Valentine’s Day burlesque returns to Spiritbar

The Lust for Life Burlesque Cabaret will be busting out all over the Spiritbar this Valentine’s Day.

The Lust for Life Burlesque Cabaret will be busting out all over the Spiritbar this Valentine’s Day.

Scarlet Mary Rose and the Heavy Petal Burlesque are set to heat up the stage in this annual extravaganza of local sass.

Joining Scarlet will be some of your classic favourites, some new friends and loads of saucy, sexy surprises!

Erin Eat Your Heart Out, Rosie Delight and boylesque sensation Terrantino will be getting naughty all over the stage. The Moving Mama’s Samba Troupe will be dancing up a storm while the Rich Rabnett 5 will be there for you to shake your own sass to.

Get ready for singing, dancing, comedy, and of course, striptease. Just follow the trail of feathers and glitter and come get your burlesque on!

Doors open at 9 p.m. Tickets are $25, available in advance at the Hume Hotel front desk.

Make plans with your Valentine’s sweetie or come alone. Get your tickets soon, this is an event that has been known to sell out every year.

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