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Burlesque returns to Albany Friday 5 October, 9pm

Wednesday 3 October 2012
Press Release: Sharyn Syme / Stuart Williamson

Albany, Auckland – October 5, 2012 – The Albany Sports Bar and Restaurant welcomes back the glitter and stilettos of The Speak Easy Club Burlesque dancers..

An all new show featuring one Speak Easy Club favourite and three new Burlesque beauties! The Speakeasy Club in association with the Rock n Roll Circus presents ‘Femme Fatale’. This show will offer up a delectable night of burlesque dancing from four performers from Auckland’s Speakeasy Club with support from the fantastic MC Briggsy of KFM 106.9 and DJ StuHefner.

Bask in the glamour of two burlesque shows from each performer plus a mischievous finale that will take you back to a time of decadence and unreserved candour.

This is a unique opportunity for residents of the North Shore to indulge in a favourite European past-time – the art of Burlesque!

Tickets are available through www.eventfinder.co.nz. All online purchases go in the draw to win a fabulous corset Peaches & Cream’s Fantasy Lingerie range. There will also be prizes and give-away’s throughout the night for best dressed.

Featuring:

Petite Treat

Ruby Von Rifle

Blue Harlot

Dolly Destory

With

M.C. Briggsy of KFM 106.9 & DJ StuHefner

Albany Sports Bar

12 Oteha Valley Road Ext, Albany

Friday 31 August

Doors Open 7.30pm, show starts at 8pm sharp

$6.50 students, $8 early-bird (50 only), $10 presales – through www.eventfinder.co.nz

$12 door sales

A limited number of tickets are also available from the venue

R18

Facebook Event Page: http://www.facebook.com/events/254604997990771/

Eventfinder Page / Tickets: http://www.eventfinder.co.nz/2012/femme-fatale/auckland/albany/tickets


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