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The same folks who brought Star Wars: A Nude Hope, The Wizard of Bras, and The Empire Strips Back to Vancouver are taking on one of the most disturbing pop culture totems of all. Yes, the Geekenders have set their sights on the movie that introduced a tight-pantsed David Bowie to a generation of impressionable young filmgoers.
The Labyrinth: A Spectacular Burlesque Adventure puts a burlesque spin on the 1986 cult classic Labyrinth. The show kicks off July 18 and will play for two performances at the Rio Theatre. Continue reading:
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The 9th Annual Vancouver International Burlesque Festival is heading our way, with guests ranging from the woman crowned Miss Nude Universe two years running in the 1970s to the current King of Burlesque.
The three-night event (May 1-3) features a different lineup of local and international burlesque talent, live music and variety artists each night.
Are you ready to board a cruise ship to another galaxy?
Throughout April, downtown Vancouver’s FanClub is transforming itself into a “Space Cruise.” Confused? Don’t worry – This requires a little explaining.
Space Cruise, according to event organizers, is a “charmingly campy Caribbean cruise meets Star Trek, with a hint of Cirque du Soleil and more than its share of sexy.” Think of it as interactive theatre for grownups, staged inside a cavernous nightclub on Granville Street.
Step inside the doors of the FanClub and you’ll find all the trappings of a cruise ship. Your cruise hostess will help you to your seat and prepare you for the voyage ahead. Meanwhile – mainly to add to the general absurdity – burlesque dancers will take the stage, while a live band rocks away in the background. And did I forget to mention there’s a trapeze artist as well, swinging from the ceiling in a skimpy outfit?