Ministry of Burlesque: Cabaret
Ministry of Burlesque: Cabaret – Friday 22nd February
Komedia’s bi-monthly evening of exceptional entertainment from some of the country’s top cabaret performers returns on Friday 22nd February!
Fusing the wild, weird and witty traditions of circus, cabaret and burlesque, Ministry of Burlesque Cabaret unfolds as a bold and daring, ever evolving new-variety experience. Every two months, Komedia Bath presents a myriad of comedy masters, provocative prima donnas, glittering enigmatic exotic dancers and astonishing feats of human grace – all balanced on a contemporary knife edge.
With over 15 years’ experience leading the vanguard of the genre, Ministry of Burlesque hand pick and curate with both modern flair and old soul to deliver an authentic electrifying evening of exceptional entertainment that will leave you utterly inspired.
Sarah Louise Young (Host)
Sarah-Louise is a writer, performer and director. She has made multiple West End appearances, and has toured internationally with her character comedy shows, ‘Cabaret Whore’. She has also won numerous awards including The Stage Award for acting and Best Cabaret Act at The London Cabaret Awards.
Betty Blue Eyes (Burlesque)
Winner of the British Crown at the World Burlesque Games 2016, Betty Blue Eyes is a comedy cabaret chameleon, filled with curious characters, quirky storytelling and glamorous comedy.
Kiki Lovechild (Clown)
Kiki Lovechild is a professional idiot. He is one of the leading cabaret clowns on the UK circuit, and has performed his unique and varied routines for thousands. Whether it’s his lovable clown character trying to make sense of the world, his historical vaudeville performances or his quirky portfolio of puppet-based burlesque (Furlesque), Kiki’s performances truly offer something for everybody.
Coco Deville (Burlesque)
Award winning, critically acclaimed cabaret chameleon Ms Coco Deville stands as one of the most unique, established and beloved performers in the circuit. She was named Winner of the British Crown at the World Burlesque Games 2014.
Neil Kelso (Magic)
Neil’s work explores two themes; “What If?”, and “Invisible Connections”. He is changing the world with incredible stories, mind reading, and a hint of magic.
“At the top of its game” – The List
“A lascivious, lip-smacking, faintly terrifying treat” – Telegraph
Auditorium show-only: £20, £13 (concessions)
Balcony show-only: £16.50, £13 (concessions), £9 (students)
Meal Deal: £30.50
Meal Deal Plus: £41
Ticket link: https://www.komedia.co.uk/bath/cabaret/the-ministry-of-burlesque-cabaret/
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