High Tease – Edinburgh, 6-9th August
Kittie is set to appear for 3 nights only at the Edinburgh Festival:
Ministry of Burlesque presents the infamous, notorious and uproarious HIGH TEASE show at the Edinburgh Festival.Ministry of Burlesque are hosting Edinburgh High Tease featuring “Battle of Burlesque” heats in conjunction with Bizarre Magazine, Rhymes with Purple & The Voodoo Rooms.
This event is an uproarious evening of tremendously witty, dangerously frisky and oddly eccentric antics and acts handpicked from the festival’s hottest stars and London’s premier circles. Hosted by the King of lyrical carnage, Mr. Desmond O’Connor (winner of best lyricist in the 2007 MTM:UK Fringe Awards) and featuring London’s favourite Vaudeville and international burlesque stars, Sirens of stage and an assortment of nostalgic musical treats. This show is guaranteed to tickle more than just your fancies.
Furthermore, amidst the choreographed mayhem and magic, there will be a prestigious contest in the name of glossy weird-world favourite, Bizarre Magazine, who are searching for whacky and inspiring people. With strategic advice from Scots agents Rhymes With Purple, this Battle of Burlesque is a war of wits where pre-selected and talented contestants take to the stage to battle it out for supremacy and prizes! The winners will also go on to perform at the Bizarre Ball, London set for 10th October.
Be part of this riotous, theatrical milestone in new world of Variety!
The Cast List
Gypsy Charms and Viva Misadventure
Rhymes With Purple
And Ministry of Burlesque founder Miss Kittie Klaw
with special guests
US Burlesque star Kitten on the Keys (Thursday 7th)
Molly Crabapple (Friday 8th)
Pustra and Vile-een (Saturday 9th)
Event contents may be filmed for MoB and Bizarre use.
From 8.30 p.m ’til late Performance begins at 9.00 p.m.
To book: http://www.thevoodoorooms.co.uk/events-ministry-of-burlesque.php
Advance tickets £15 (stbf) from Tickets Scotland, Ripping, Underground Solushun, The Voodoo Rooms, online at www.ticketweb.co.uk or by phone on 0132 220 3234.