Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Burlesque Against Breast Cancer comes to Soho


On Monday evening, Burlesque Against Breast Cancer moves to the spiritual home of London sleaze, Soho as we bring our travelling showcase of debauchery promoting 'Ultimate Burlesque' and raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support by hosting at the established literary night, The Book Club Boutique, situated at Dick's Bar, in Romilly Street from 8pm.

Joining us will be cancer survivors, erotic fiction authors, burlesque performers and a whole host of London-based poets who have specially written contributions to perform and contribute to BABC very kindly. These contributions will be featured on here and the BABC website in the near future.

We will be joined by burlesquers... Dolly Rose, Duchess Divine, Jubilee Swoon, Beulah Bell...

Pamina Caruso Brassey will be talking about her fight against breast cancer...

...but we will also be joined by the wonderful Naomi Woodis, Dfiza Benson, Kirsty Allison, Lana Citron, Sophia Blackwell, Tim Wells, Sabrina Mahfouz, Capella Silverangel, Graham Buchan, Den Rele and Joe Duggan...

Entry Free, come and play....

1 comment:

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