The launch of Red Delicious Revue was met with great enthusiasm from the local crowd. Almost the entire audience had dressed up as Gangsters or Flappers and it was a night enjoyed by everyone who attended. Hope to see you all back again for Fallen Empires!
Welcome to Red Delicious Revue presents Martini Cabaret, a night of roaring 20′s fun filled with entertainment & music to tease and titillate you.
We begin our evening by introducing you to our MC and hosts, the delicious MisRed and the Knave of Hearts Carlos. They have the greatest pleasure of presenting for your entertainment:
Andre Corey – Pole and Boylesque artist
Willow Noir – Wellingtons all ’round good time gal
Mr B Frank – Classic Boylesque from Hamilton
Bettsy Rose Lee – the reigning queen in NZ Miss Burlesque NZ 2011
and very special guest from the USA, the southern debutante Foxy VonTrap.
You’ll be greeted by our very own troupe The Poisoned Apples at the door, and then later entranced with their own routine which will set your tongues wagging. And who knows, maybe MisRed will put on something special too!
And if that wasn’t enough, The Rascal Kings will play till the evening is out, so you can met the performers and dance the night away!
Martini Cabaret is a 1920′s themed evening, so ladies pull out your flapper dress, and guys put on your spats and cheesecutters, because its time to get glammed up! We are running male and female best dressed for the evening with some fantastic prizes including double passes to the next show and for the female a spot to The Red Delicious Workshop with Bettsy Rose Lee.
So how much is this fabulous evening of entertainment and thrills? Tickets are available for only $15, or you can enter on the night for $20. They are available from the venue or by emailing RedDeliciousRevue@xtra.co.
Doors open from 8pm and the show starts 9pm sharp.
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