Lady Velvet Cabaret

We are thrilled to be participating in Perth’s Fringe World festival once again in 2017!

Catch us performing the following shows, plus our artists are also involved in a number of guest spots around the festival:
Symphonies of Sensuality
Ah, classical music. Nothing is quite as sophisticated, graceful, or passionate. Symphonies of Sensuality sees Perth’s Lady Velvet Cabaret pay homage to the greatest composers of all time: Tchaikovs-tease, Rimsky-Corsetoff, Babehoven and more.

Burlesque artists join forces with dancers, musicians, singers and our very own Maestro to present a show that’s just too hot to Handel. Giving modern burlesque a baroque twist, Symphonies of Sensuality is set entirely to classical music – no pop songs allowed! It’s classical music like you’ve never experienced, and guaranteed to have you coming Bach for more.

Beautiful, powerful, and hilarious, join us for a night of pleasure for your senses. Perhaps you’ll even discover your new favourite Symphony in G (string).

The Ellington Jazz Club – Perth
191 Beaufort St, Perth
Friday 20th Jan and Friday 27th Jan
Show starts at 10:00pm sharp

Freo Royale at Fremantle Town Hall
8 William St, Fremantle
Friday 3rd Feb
Show starts at 9:30pm sharp

 

Alice: Off With His Head
The craziest gender-swapped classic of Fringe 2016 is back by popular demand – this time with a nautical twist! For ONE wild night only, re-enter Wonderland with Lady Velvet Cabaret and enjoy a topsy turvy tale filled with burlesque, song, dance, circus and comedy. Featuring all of your favourite characters along with new special guests, be prepared for more adventures, more seduction and more surprises!

This event is proudly presented by the City of Stirling for the 2017 Summerset Arts Festival.

“…Cabaret performances such as this rely on a wide range of artistic skills, and this show certainly delivers. The burlesque routines are cheeky and imaginative, while staying true to the genre. The dancing is top class, and the acrobatics are excellent.
This show didn’t miss a beat from the moment it began. It was engaging and entertaining throughout, and even the small things such as the way the props were collected in between each act are done in character and add to the performance. The fact that it’s a familiar story helped the audience to engage with the narrative, as well as providing a way of highlighting the creative differences that were introduced.” – WeekendNotes Perth (Feb, 2016)

WHERE:
Sunset Veranda Pop-up – Big Top
Brighton Reserve, The Esplanade, Scarborough.

WHEN:
Saturday 4th Feb.
Show starts 8:30pm sharp.

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