Galatos & Pandoras Box Productions Present: Into Oblivion
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Galatos and Pandoras Box Productions Present:
Saturday 12th November,
Galatos. 17 Galatos Street, Newton.
Doors Open at 7.00pm.
Show Starts 8.00pm.
Tickets: GA - $38.00pp + BF. Silver $105 + BF. Gold $130 + BF. VIP $155 + BF per half table.
Ticket Vendor: www.eventbrite.co.nz.
Into Oblivion – the Hard and Heavy Caberet is BACK! Show starts 8.00pm
A truly wild and varied cabaret with some of New Zealand’s top burlesque talent as well as the bright up and comers. This show is going to be crazy, over the top and HEAVY!
We are sticking to the formula that made the first Into Oblivion a sold out show by giving you a crazy range of talent on the stage. Sexy dancers, amazing pole routines, and some stuff that is just weird and wacky. This is going to be a show to remember!
Performers in the show:
Lilly Loca - Putting the Va-Va-VOOM into Vaudeville!
Ms Ruby Rebel - Pint sized hell raising rebel
Kozo Kaos - The Japanese rockstar of magic
Chris Olwage - Internationally acclaimed performance artist, and NZ's own Black Swan.
Michelle Kasey – Pole dancing Wizard and Showgirl Extraordinaire
Praline Parfait – The French import that will make you go nuts
Pandora Cherie and Charlene – Sexy pole dancing duo
Randy Axx - The Master of Mayhem and The Bastard Lovechild of Circus & Burlesque!
Mistress Martial – whipping up a special treat...
Mr Skulk de Wet - Putting the "Sexy" back into Sexy male pole dancing!
Ivan the Red – Both Risky and Risque
Want to pull out all the stops? Book yourself and a friend a strictly limited VIP table for $155 + BF per half table, which includes a seat at a cabaret table with the best seats in the house and a glass of wine to wash down your table’s delectable antipasto platter. Otherwise, round up your most rockin buddy, dress to impress and grab yourselves a couple of our GA tickets for $38.00pp + BF. Why not make a night of it and bring the whole band! Tickets available to purchase via Eventbrite.
Prizes for best dressed. Dress up is encouraged, but not compulsory. Dress code for the evening is ‘Rock and Roll'.