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Life is a cabaret old chum, come to the cabaret

Life is a cabaret old chum, come to the cabaret

Dusty Limits one of the leading lights of the 'new cabaret' scene is heading to Auckland. Time Out, who featured him as a cover model in their special edition on the resurgence of cabaret,described him as 'The Trailblazer,' and he has surprised and thrilled audiences from London to New York, Dublin to Berlin with his three­octave vocal range and darkly scintillating wit.

Dusty has also hosted and performed in the ground­breaking Weimar New York produced by Earl Dax and has worked with most of the brightest stars of the modern cabaret world. In both 2012 and 2013 he won the London Cabaret Award for *Best Host/Compere*. He has taught and directed at the Central School of Speech and Drama, and is currently the director and host of the Black Cat Cabaret at the Café de Paris.

Dusty Limits will be performing in “ Cabaret Royale" alongside national and local talent the show will feature circus, singing, and cabarets risque sister burlesque. Cabaret Royale will be at:

The Winchester ­ Newtown ­ Friday 31 January

The Whitehouse ­ Queen Street ­ Saturday 1 February

Tickets from ­ $20.00 ­ $35.00

For more information you can visit the website:

www.cabaretroyale.co.nz

“The remarkable Dusty Limits, beautiful to behold, with West­End worthy vocal chords” ~ The

Scotsman*

“Consummate wit and assured audience rapport” ~ Time Out London*

Dusty Limits broke my heart.­ Julie Christie*

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