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Cheeky Cabaret
 

Who knew that the sleepy picturesque village of Brunswick Heads on the north coast of NSW would become the cultural hotspot that has most of the country talking?

Stumbling across an unloved theatre on the beach that had been closed for 30 years, the creators of international, award-winning smash hits La Soirée and Club Swizzle had an immediate life-changing epiphany and after much blood, sweat and tears, the Brunswick Picture House was born.

The signature show of this charming little venue, the Cheeky Cabaret, has grown up quickly and is now venturing out and stretching its legs in the big smoke at the Sydney Cabaret Festival in July. The black sheep of the La Soirée cabaret family and very naughty younger brother, the Cheeky Cabaret is an irreverent, saucy and highly mischievous mash of circus, vaudeville, comedy, new burlesque and everything in between, and has been a runaway success. With three years of sold out shows under its belt, the Cheeky Cabaret’s reputation has rippled up and down the coast, with its tongue placed firmly in cheek.

If you’re a fan of flavours other than vanilla, then open up wide…the Cheeky Cabaret is just for you.

Tickets available now at https://sydneycabaretfest-premier.eventfinda.com.au/2019/cheeky-cabaret/sydney/chippendale/tickets

 

Venue: Valhalla at Seymour Centre - Cnr Cleveland Street and City Road, Chippendale NSW 2011
Dates: Friday 05 July 2019 – Sunday 14 July 2019
Bookings: 02 9351 7940

For details and specific event dates visit https://sydneycabaretfest.com/events/cheeky-cabaret/

 

 

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