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The Return Of Heavenly Burlesque!

The Return Of Heavenly Burlesque!

Award winning cabaret and party

Three Nights Only
Paramount Theatre
12, 13, 14 October
Doors Open 9.30pm
Bookings: 04 384 4080 | Tickets: $25/15

Naughty & nice, sassy & spectacular – Heavenly Burlesque is back!

After taking out The Best Theatre and Best of the Fringe awards and receiving rave reviews, Heavenly Burlesque hits the Paramount again for only 3 nights of the best live acts of Circus, Dance, Comedy, Music and Mayhem around!

Once through the front doors the journey into an elaborate world of performance begins. Starting in the bar/café area the audience will experience installations, music and theatrical antics until the theatre doors open up the action to the main stage. There you encounter a host of amazing acts incorporating dance, cabaret, circus, comedy. Short, sharp acts means the show is a thrilling roller coaster ride that guarantees something for everyone! When the main stage show ends the party is just beginning in the bar with fantastic bands and DJ's till late. All included in the ticket price!

Celebrate spring with this fast, physical and sexy show that has audiences screaming for more. Heavenly Burlesque has it all!

Watch out for Heavenly Burlesques Friday the 13th Spooky Special.
Nightly prizes for best audience fancy dress!

Artists include: Kim Potter, The Unit Dance, Maria Debrowska, Olivia Bryant, Mel Hamilton, Babyshads, 2 Many She-J’s, Jenny Ritchie, Aero Terra Aerial Dance, Tom Beauchamp, Miss Magenta Diamond, Capoeria Pacifica, The Leisure Steppers, Freak Fashion, Pixie and many more.


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