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Tomfoolery: A rather silly, slapstick burlesque variety show

TOMFOOLERY

A rather silly, slapstick burlesque variety show.

Friday 31st March, 2017.

Cassette Nine. 9 Vulcan Lane, Auckland CBD.

Doors Open for VIP at 7.30pm. GA Doors Open 8.00pm. Show starts 8.30pm.

Tickets: GA - $25.00pp + BF. VIP - $60.00pp + BF.

Ticket Vendor: www.eventfinda.co.nz.

Cassette Nine and Va-Va-Voom Productions, who brought you A Very Rocky Horror Halloween and Classique/Erotique are bringing you something a little bit... silly. Presenting our next instalment, the slapstick burlesque variety show: TOMFOOLERY. How lovely jubbly!

Inspired by the likes of British comedy greats such as Monty Python and The Benny Hill Show, we've rallied up some of NZ's best vaudeville and burlesque talent, who will keep you entertained with funny talk, burlesque striptease, mime, sing songs and more fun than you can poke a stick at. Rather appropriate considering it's the day before April Fools, isn't it?

The entertainers on the TOMFOOLERY bill are:

Miss la Vida - The Princess of Parody.

Lilly Loca - Putting the Va-Va-VOOM into Vaudeville.

Ruby Spice (Hamilton) - Heating up the Night since 2012.

Looney Rouge - Serving Sumptuous Servings of Sexy Swing.

Patty Haag - Ugliest Drag Queen in Central Auckland.

HuGo Grrrl (Wellington) - Mostly-Male Stripper.

With your humdinger of a host Mr Fungus (Wellington) - NZ's Loudest Mime.

Exclusive VIP entertainment provided by Miss la Vida on her Banjolele & Lucky Thirteen Entertainment. Such fun!

The sponsors for TOMFOOLERY are:

Anthony Bayer Hair

Arkham City Comics

BodyFX

Cassette Nine

Jasmine Tease

Bambina Burlesque Academy

Va-Va-Voom Productions

Want to be a wee bit fancy? Be sure to purchase yourself a strictly limited VIP ticket for $60.00pp + BF, which includes a seat at either a cabaret table or booth with the best seats in the house and pre-show entertainment by Miss la Vida and Lucky Thirteen Entertainment. Plus, you can choose from a house drink or a glass of bubbles to wash down your choice of a meal from the Cassette Nine menu. Oh, and did we mention you also get a fabulous goody bag with treats thanks to Arkham City Comics, Jasmine Tease and Va-Va-Voom Productions?

Otherwise, corral your best pal, dress to impress and nab yourself one of our GA tickets for $25.00pp + BF. Why not make a night of it and bring a whole ensemble!

Our shows have a tendency to sell out prior, so don't beat around the bush – book your tickets now via Eventfinda.

STRICTLY R18

Prizes for best dressed thanks to our sponsors. Dress up is encouraged, but not compulsory.

Themed teapots and cocktails will be available for purchase.

Official event photography will be provided by Too Much Yang.

Content Warning: Partial Nudity, Un-PC Banter, Satire, Adult Themes, Coarse Language & Frivolity.

Va-Va-Voom Productions Website: www.vavavoomproductions.com

Va-Va-Voom Productions FB: www.facebook.com/vavavoomproductionsnz

Bambina Burlesque Academy FB: www.facebook.com/bambinaburlesqueacademynz

Dr Sketchy Auckland FB: www.facebook.com/drsketchyakl

Va-Va-Voom Productions Instagram: @vavavoomproductions


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