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Event Archive - The RamDam Cabaret: Cheesecake Burlesque Revue, Hideous Progeny, Dragon Fires Spectacles, The String Bustin Cats

Sun. March 25th 2007 - Sun. March 25th 2007 @  957 Meares street (All Ages)
7:00 doors at 6:30
$7-$17 (sliding scale)
Presented by: Ambiguous Arts Festivals
The RamDam Cabaret, presented by Ambiguous Arts Festivals!

Get ready for an evening of scintillating seduction, deviously delightful dance, and titillating tunes. For the first time, experience burlesque, dance, drag, ska, belly and gypsy jazz in the comfort of a living room! This intimate setting will allow the audience to cozy up to the performers, in a night to expect the unexpected!

Featuring such tempting tails as
The Cheesecake Burlesque Revue
Dragon Fire Spectacles
Hideous Progeny
The String Bustin' Cats
6:30 doors, at 957 Meares St (one block south of Fort and Vancouver). $7 to $17 dollars (sliding scale).



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