Burlesque Bonanza – Solo Round

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Date(s) - 11/11/2018
6:30pm - 11:00pm

The Ivory Bar

2 The Ginnel

Back by popular demand, Burlesque Bonanza – Solo Round is returning to The Ivory for one night only on Sunday 11 November.

Filled with incredible burlesque and live music, the will be hosted by the wonderful Mr Joe Black who will stir you into a frenzy before you enjoy some exciting performances by Sir Midnight Blues, Celeste Steel, Gydaaa, Queenie Von Rene, Harlow Kitty, Misty Mina, Harleen Inferno, Friskey Whispers and Violent Frisson.
We will also have live performances from It’s UkesO’Clock!

The event is being put on in aid of the Medecins San Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) and The Neuro Foundation.

MSF help people all over the world who are suffering through conflict, natural disaster, epidemics or denial of healthcare options. MSF Field Nurse Andy Dennis will be joining us as our special guest for the evening where he’ll make a speech.

The Neuro Foundation provides crucial support and empowerment and for those affected by Neurofibromatosis in the UK. Money is being raised in memory of Mikey Burrill, who passed away 5 years ago and suffered with NF.

This is going to be a memorable event for something for everyone to enjoy. Book your tickets today to avoid disappointment

Tickets are £12.50 each. Tickets can be bought on the door for £15, subject to availability.
Doors open 6.30



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