Burlesque is Back @ CellarDoor
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CellarDoor's burlesque beauties are back!

After a fun-filled Xmas it won't just be Santas' stockings coming down at CellarDoor. The ladies are back in town on occasional nights throughout February and March performing in Covent Garden's cult cabaret club with perfect pasties, tantalising tassels, fabulous feathers & precious little else.

Didi Derriere, Miss Sibyl Vane, Fou Fou Kaboom, Coco Nobel, Miss Kayleigh Jane, Belle de Beauvoir, Amy-Lou Black & Lady Kitty Noire will be some of the starlets taking turns on their night to perform a couple of strips alongside one of London's top cabaret acts including the Dandy Prince of Cabaret, Joe Morose and camp dickie-bowed darling, Mark T Cox.

Ticket price includes a complimentary glass of bubbles & line of white or black snuff.

CellarDoor was one of London's original cabaret & burlesque speakeasys and has a capacity of just 60. The word cabaret comes from the Old Dutch, meaning small room, and if you've never seen cabaret in such an intimate setting you've not really experienced it at all. The bar was originally an underground toilet outside the Lyceum, reputedly the haunt of Gielgud, Orton, Crisp & Wilde in its previous incarnation as the most infamous cottage in Theatreland - which is why we still serve Oscar's favourite tipple, the sublime Perrier-Jouet champagne.

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