January 17, 2018

AN EXHILARATING way to welcome to celebrate this day of love, Guildford Fringe is delighted to present The High Octane Club Burlesque & Cabaret Valentine’s Special at the Electric Theatre in Guildford at 8pm on Saturday, February 17.  This sexy, titillating and naughty night of burlesque, comedy, music and variety is strictly to be enjoyed by over 18s only.

Your chanteuse and hostess for the evening is self-proclaimed, motor-mouthed mama, Bebe Van Der Belt.  Bebe will guide you through this evening of naughtiness (and niceness!) through song, laughs and, quite frankly, sheer brilliance.

Joining Bebe is shimmying sensation, Sally ‘Oh’ Spitfire.  If you are a regular at Guildford Fringe you may recognise her from their Adult Panto, Aladdin, Rub My Lamp in 2015 – but this evening you will see her in a completely different light: ready to enthral and excite you with her elegance, strength and sex appeal, you’re in for a treat.

Lou Safire is back to light a spark at the Electric Theatre with his unique blend of ‘Boylesque’.  Using classic routines, Lou’s lust for the darker side of vaudeville takes him to a new level, combining circus skills with traditional freak show stunts.

Performing in Guildford for the first time, Guildford Fringe can’t wait to introduce you curvaceous Northern Blond Bombshell, Miss Lolo Pop.  A performer from a young age, she has graced stages all over the world from the USA to London.  With a sweet tooth and a passion for all things that glitter, Miss Lolo Pop has seduced show-goers with her cheeky style.

Round up your favourite people and spend your Saturday night at the ultimate modern variety cabaret featuring some sensational burlesque performers.  Treat the one you love to an exciting date night – or come and find them during the evening!

Although dressing up is far from compulsory, there will be a prize for the best burlesque or vintage costume, so get riffling through your wardrobe and dress to impress.

Advanced booking is certainly recommended for this night of debauchery and immorality.  Tickets are £18 (£15 concessions) + Electric Theatre booking fees and they’re on sale now!  To book yours, please call the Electric Theatre Box Office on 01483 501200 or BOOK HERE

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