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Burlesque Kingdom

Show + after party

Tantalizing, naughty and glamorous night full of great music and spectacular burlesque acts with international artists!

The shows combine live music, comedy, theater and elegant striptease to create a uniquely sophisticated Red Light District experience. Each event offers three glamorous Burlesque artists, accompanied by a rockin’ band and sultry Mistress of the ceremony.

Come along and allow our performers to lure you into world of sensual seduction, dazzling with their glittering talents and charming flair.

Dress to impress.

+ After party!

WHEN
May 12th 2017
21:30 – 01:00 Hrs

WHERE
Akhnaton, Nieuwezijds Kolk 25 Amsterdam

PERFORMERS
Every night different 5 performers like; Fay Loren, Deena Ray, Sophie Rose, Busty LaTish, Julia Romero, Flora Gattina, La Nina and many others.


COSTS: €15,- HERE and at the door

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Burlesque Workshop for YOUR (hen) party or venue: Fun filled Burlesque workshop where you can learn to tease like Dita von Teese, pose like a Bettie Page pin-up, and be as sexy as Marilyn Monroe.
This 2 hour workshop is about celebrating your femininity and having fun with your girlfriends.
Discover the Diva, Femme Fatale, Bad Girl or Comedy Queen in yourself. You'll learn how to develop your burlesque alter-ego, how to tease and use props. At the end, you and your group will be a bonafide bevy of burlesque starlettes by putting on your own little burlesque show for each other!
more info: BurlesqueWorkshop.com

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No (burlesque) party but still want to go out and dance?:
Here some alternatives: Please do check out these wonderful retro/vintage kinda dance nights:

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Also check out Amsterdam Burlesque's photo page and 'what to wear' page here:

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Underneath a YouTube Channel with clips from Madame Risquée productions:

 

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BETTIE-PAGE.NL - Bettie Page DVD, curiosa, merchandise, striporama, pin up queen, cult.

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Amsterdam Burlesque is an initiative by Madame Risquée who organises parties, provides deeJays and performers.



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mail us at info@AmsterdamBurlesque.com or MadameRisquee@Gmail.com

Amsterdam Burlesque: Your Guide to the Naughtiest, Funniest, Sexiest,
Most Glamorous Good Old Fashioned Entertainment in the World's most Liberal City!

 

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dates available for traveling artists:
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Today, burlesque is nothing short of an art form. Performers both male and female combine the most explosive aspects of costumery, dance, comedy and theater in a type of live entertainment that, of course, places nudity on a pedestal. Dita Von Teese and World Famous BOB have turned the tassel-friendly genre of performance into an evolving practice that challenges everything conventional -- from gender politics to sexuality and the public's perception of the naked body.

Burlesque has historic roots in America's minstrel culture, dating as far back as the 1840s. However, the version we know today -- a marriage of vaudevillian humor and striptease -- became popular in the early 1900s, when (mostly women) performers took to clubs and Broadway venues with their own brand of music, dance and provocative nudity. The era of Prohibition took a toll on the burlesque industry, as teetotaling politicians and authority figures took issue with both the performers and club owners that made burlesque possible. Thankfully, the genre bit back in the 1950s, as women like Sally Rand, Gypsy Rose Lee, Tempest Storm, Lili St. Cyr, and Blaze Starr emerged as boundary-pushing icons.
-Huffington Post article HERE - Wiki HERE

 

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Illustration by Claudia Hek