Once again the Bristol Beesting Burlesque crew have put on a
The Burlesque VintageTea event kicked off at Trinity with doors opening at 7pm to a hall laid out in true ‘High Tea’ style, complete with cake stands, tea clothes, fancies and plenty of decor! Fabulous.
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Following on from the previous blog about the amazing Bristol Burlesque Scene, this is leading you lovely readers further into the feathery fabulousness of satirical drama and dance!
The next event is the Beesting Bingo atThe Lanes on Friday 9th May, click through for more information. We will be there selling some great pre-loved clothes and fabulous jewellery.
Then Beesting Events are having a Vintage High Tease at Trinity Arts Centre on Saturday 19th July (they have an international burlesque star, Missy Malone as headline, and their very own chef from River Cottage will be creating a high tea).
Another interesting event coming up is the Bristol Alternative and Burlesque fair on the 28th June at the Bierkeller.
Following on from this is the Bristol Burlesque Festival with the intriguing Guerilla Burlesque 9-11th October.
Finally, join Coochie Crunch for regular shows at Smoke & Mirrors, the UK’s only Boutique Pub and Magic Theatre.
Please let me know of any other Burlesque nights appearing in or near Bristol using our comments box below.
Ruby Derriere, Burlesque Performer
Welcome to the world of Bristol Burlesque! I stumbled upon it whilst doing a market stall and got chatting to the beautiful, ever changing Ally Katte, who as her Facebook profile shows: works at Burlesque Striptease Performer, Compere, model and outsider artist!
For Frock’s Sake! was then offered a stall at a Burleque night held in St Werburghs (see pictures above).
New developments have led to For Frock’s Sake! becoming a Sponsor of Beesting Events, with the first event being the Beesting Bingo at The Lanes on Friday 9th May….
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