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Rock n Roll Circus Will Leave You Quivering in Anticipation

The Rock n Roll Circus Will Leave You Quivering in Anticipation

Dedicated fans, elaborate subcultures and audience participation will all be part of Midnight Movies – Cult Classic Burlesque night. A night that is sure to leave the audience quivering in anticipation.

Cult films are known for their dedicated fanbase and The Rock n Roll Circus is quickly turning into one of Auckland’s celebrated burlesque nights. With a pack of loyal audience goers and new faces coming along to their shows, the circus delivers events with a punch and a touch of sass.

In celebration of The Rock n Roll Circus’ upcoming 2nd birthday, they are dishing out a lively show full of tease and cheek – Midnight Movies – Cult Classic Burlesque on 15 March at The Winchester. This show promises to take the audience on a journey through the celebration of nonconformity via cult classic movies such as Rocky Horror, Labrynith and many more.

The audience is encouraged to dress up in theme and even take to the stage for fun competitions where the barrier between performer and audience is demolished.

With acts by some award winning and international burlesque performers this show is going to go off with a hiss and a roar!

Tickets are available through www.eventfinder.co.nz.
Midnight Movies – Cult Classic Burlesque
15 March 2014
The Winchester, 24 St Benedicts Street, Newton, Auckland
Doors open 8pm, show starts at 9pm sharp
Tickets: $15 GA, $20 VIP
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