An Evening of Burlesque

An Evening of Burlesque

Fri 18 Jan 2013

  • Presented at Belgrade Main stage
  • Tickets: £18.25 - £25.50 (Concessions: £16.25 - £23.50)

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An Evening of Burlesque is Britain’s biggest burlesque spectacular … direct from the West End.

Experience the thrills and spills of modern-day burlesque featuring an all-star cast of elegant, beautiful girls.

It’s all tease, no sleaze as corsets, killer heels, stockings aplenty, sultry vocals, breathtaking choreography, mischief, magic, frivolity and fun collide. The true spirit of the time-honoured art form is revived and given a playful, modern-day tweak for good measure!

Wickedly witty, stunningly sensuous – experience the best of burlesque and the weirdest and most wonderful from the bizarre world of modern-day variety.

Prepare for a truly unique night out – a colourfully kaleidoscopic spectacle guaranteed to thrill.

Approximate running time: Act 1 – 50 mins, 20 min interval, Act 2 – 60 mins.

Fri 18 Jan 7:45pm

“. . . enchanting, ethereal, elegant, captivating to watch”

Mail on Sunday

“Burlesque sensation”
rn. The Guardian

“Every inch the moving, shaking, dancing s&x bomb”

Mail on Sunday

“Sings with wit and passion”

The Telegraph


“Every inch the moving, shaking, dancing s&x bomb”

Sarah Duguid, The Mail on Sunday

“Pale flesh, flame haired and lurid red lipstick, great panache, proving s&xy and touching. Sings with wit and passion”

Charles Spencer, The Telegraph

“A sprightly comic”

Michael Billington, The Guardian

“Amber Topaz an explosion of charisma and stage presence unmatched, between music and songs, comedy and seduction”

GQ, Italy


“… a real variety experience, with comedy sketches and a great knife throwing act”

The Stage

“It was sequins, stilettos, stockings and a whole bucket of sauciness as An Evening of Burlesque sent temperatures soaring”

“Sizzling striptease with balloons, feathers, fans, hula hoops and even a bit of Little Bo Peep. . . an evening of rather elegant entertainment”

“Fun and witty. . . beautiful and rather moving”

Kent on Sunday

“Teaming fantastic costumes, hair and make-up with performances that oozed attitude and confidence, these girls seem to transport us back to a classier, more elegant time.”

“Amusing and absurd, titillating and toe-curling”

“Sultry vocals formed the backdrop to a sensationally sensuous show which celebrated the female form as art”

Stroud News & Journal

Kalki Hula Girl:

“had heads in a spin with a breathtaking routine”

“. . . tickled the fancy of gentlemen and sent waves of giggles amongst ladies”

“Gorgeous Burlesque Bombshell”

Time Out

“. . . cute, non-offensive and utterly glamorous”

Hull Daily Mail

“. . . a tour de force of comedy, attitude and supreme talent”

Cambridge Evening News

“An audience of mainly women painted their faces and pulled on their glad rags for a night of dry humour and worship of all things feminine.”

Blackpool Gazette

“. . . slick presentation and plenty of talented performers. . . no doubt gave many a new appreciation of this tantalising art form”

North Wales Chronicle

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