Burlesque & Cabaret – The Cheeky Devils Club

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Burlesque & Cabaret – The Cheeky Devils Club

The Cheeky Devils Club at DanceEast, Ipswich

Dates & Times

Saturday 14 Sep 2024

19:30 - 22:30

Doors: 7:00pm // Age 18+. Music will sometimes use explicit lyrics. TCDC will not tolerate any homophobia, transphobia, body shaming, racism, or any other hate speech. TCDC will not tolerate any inappropriate behaviour that makes any of our attendees, staff or performers feel uncomfortable. You will be asked to leave IMMEDIATELY if such issue occurs. All TCDC events and classes are a queer positive space.

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Information - Burlesque & Cabaret – The Cheeky Devils Club

Join The Cheeky Devils Club and welcome some of the brightest Cabaret stars from around the world to Ipswich.

Combining burlesque, circus, comedy, side show and drag. The Cheeky Devils Club have been producing jaw dropping shows in Ipswich and around the UK since 2012. Experiencing success after success, with booming audience numbers and a reputation for providing consistently strong and professional entertainment.

Because of this, the show was nominated for best show at The Burlesque Awards 2016.

Produced by multi-international and award-winning artiste Lou Safire and their team. This show is full of variety and has something for everyone to enjoy that you simply won’t want to miss!

Featuring

  • Miss Whiskey Twist
  • Bolly Ditz Dolly
  • Lady Contrary
  • Lou Safire
  • Rosy Cheeks and Rusty Cocque

And hosted by

TikTok Star and Cabaret sensation Stage Door Johnny

 

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