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Australian Burlesque Festival - Shake O Rama


Sat 2 Jul 2016, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: The Tivoli Theatre, 52 Costin Street, Fortitude Valley, Queensland

Restrictions: 15+

Listed by: dawntkt

A night of glamorous classic tease and modern neo-burlesque that will dazzle, delight and stimulate the senses! ‘Shake-O-Rama’ will consist of some of the best and most entertaining international and local burlesque performers. Join us in celebrating traditional Bump n’ Grind, vintage-flavoured tease, sizzling cabaret and variety entertainment! Be delighted, tantalised and pleasantly entertained as you experience jaw-dropping glamour and high quality shows from leading stars of the stage.

Please note: The Brisbane ‘Shake-O-Rama’ is very popular and sells out quickly. We encourage you to purchase tickets in advance!

Venue: Built in 1917 and restored in Art Deco style, this elegant, fully licensed theatre has state-of-the-art technical features, top-of-the-range facilities, in-house catering by their Executive Chef available to meet all your needs.

Seating: Theatre style

Dining: Cafes and restaurants located nearby venue

Parking: There is plenty of on-street parking available on Costin Street and Gregory Terrace. Three carparks accommodating over 2000 vehicles.

Public Transport: Easy access by train to Brunswick Street Station, by bus to Fortitude Valley.
Disability Access: Available
Dress Code: Evening


Dirty Martini (USA) International Star!
Jacqueline Furey (Brisbane)
Dolores Daiquiri (Melbourne – Director)
Alyssa Kitt (Sydney)
Zelia Rose (Melbourne)

Mistress of Ceremonies
Elena Gabrielle (Melbourne)

Lila Luxx (Brisbane)
Ruby Ruin (NZ)
Bonita BonBon (Japan)
Miss Bailey Bliss (Brisbane)
Ellashaye D'more (Darwin)
Memphis Mae (Sydney)

Media Reviews!
"An event of the highest quality! Not to be missed when it arrives in your neck of the woods?" – 3 Fates Media

“Although all the artists were bombshells, the performers who incorporated additional accoutrements, made the act of taking their clothes off quite secondary to their overall mystique, which is very much at the crux of effective burlesque: enchantment, chimera and intrigue proved to be as breathtaking and arguably more erotic than sheer nudity” – Theatre Review

“Whether you’re an old hand at burlesque, or you know even less about it than you could learn from a viewing of Gypsy, the Australian Burlesque Festival is an amazing opportunity to see some of the best cabaret from around Australia and the world” – Adelaide University