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Review: Le Bouge Neon (Underbelly Festival 2017)

Le Bouge Neon at Underbelly Festival 2017, by Jen Pearce.Read more

Le Bouge Neon, a “disco drama” created by Moulin Rouge dancer Fallon Dee and comedian Chris Fitchew which claims to “celebrate women, art and tease”, is one of a pleasing number of burlesque and cabaret shows included at the Underbelly Festival this year, all taking place in the twinkling Spiegeltent. The success of the production’s […]

Sadie Sinner: Cocoa Butter Queen

The Cocoa Butter Club, by Biju BelinkyRead more

“The Cocoa Butter Club gives a voice to The Other.  We exist to promote the fact that performers of colour are creating in a multitude of mediums, and whilst our cabaret may not always look the same, please consider how artists draw on their past, present and futures and create work which reflects this.” After […]

Gin House Burlesque: Stripping with a Swing

Missy Fatale, Betsy Rose and Jolie Papillon at Gin House Burlesque. Photo by Chris BakerRead more

21st Century Burlesque Magazine thoroughly enjoyed Gin House Burlesque at The King’s Head – a spectacular, hidden jewel box in East London, commandeered by sparkling showgirls and a swarm of stylish revellers. Ivy Wilde discusses the superbly executed concept with co-creators Betsy Rose, Missy Fatale and Jolie Papillon.     When did the idea for […]

London Burlesque is Getting Even Sexier and Here’s Why

London Burlesque: Polly Rae by Ayesha HRead more

Jennifer Taylor explains how a new taste for tease has shaped the face of London burlesque… Things are getting raunchier in London’s burlesque scene. A new sexual revolution has helped fuel the mainstream popularity of burlesque, once considered alternative entertainment – audiences now are sassier and more sexed-up, thanks to a glut of naked flesh […]