Mae de la Rue presents, Burlesque Muse at the Kurri Kurri Nostalgia Festival where you can step back in time to the nostalgic days of a glamorous era.
Don your glad rags and join a bevy of burlesque beauties for one of Kurri Kurri's biggest Gala events on the calendar.
A proud jewel in the Nostalgia Festival's crown, burlesque stalwart Mae de la Rue has cast a diverse and exciting array of talented performers in her show Burlesque Muse, ready to bring their titillating style to the Weston Workers Club stage.
A Muse is defined as a person or personified force who is the source of inspiration for a creative artist.
Mae has brought together a carefully selected group of performers inspired by the heyday of the Golden Age of Burlesque, at times virtually stepping out of veritable Silver Screen stills to entertain the masses.
Kicking off the Kurri Kurri Nostalgia Festival on Friday, March 25, the lineup of performers are ready to thrill audiences.
The reigning Mr Boylesque Australia, Trey Frenchie, will bring his ironic sense of humour and demonstrate exactly why he took out the national crown in 2019.
Newcastle local, Vudu Doll is a deadly Indigenous performer who is known for her ability to both indulge in vintage glamour, and shock with her innovative macabre style.
Joining the lineup is Melbourne's darling of burlesque, Dallas Fox, who will bring a taste of Doris Day to Kurri Kurri, and treat audiences to a dainty, delicate, and at times debaucherously fun performance.
Sydney's Silla Black will bring the best of the 80s and treat the audience to something bubbly and unexpected.
Newcastle's Lilith Von Dahlia brings drama and intrigue, as one of the regions premier pin up burlesque performers.
Emmeline Spankhurts puts a modern spin on classic burlesque in an effort to enchant the crowds.
Kurri Kurri Nostalgia Festival Pin Up Competitor Hedy Bell Nova cannot wait to bring an act that will have the audiences' eyes virtually popping with delight.
Wollongong's Trixie Vixen will bring a flashback and nod to popular fiction in a fiery feisty flourish.
This gaggle of gorgeousness will be wrangled by Glamour Ghoul Lady Hart who promises flashy costumes and ridiculous tales as the evening's MC.
"Kurri Kurri's audiences are so open and welcoming, some of the best we've ever performed for," Mae de la Rue said.
"We've had the absolute best time in the past, and can't wait to bring back more stunning burlesque to entertain the esteemed locals" says de la Rue.
. Burlesque Muse will play for one night only at the Kurri Kurri Nostalgia Festival and is suitable for audiences over 18 only. Venue: Weston Workers Club, 1 Government Rd, Weston. Doors open 7.30pm and the show starts at 8pm. Tickets: $25, available on the KKNF Website.
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