Martini Lounge Variety and Burlesque Show
  • UK Regional & Tours

The Martini Lounge has gone back to its roots! Revisiting those heady days in the beautiful basement bar of The Royal Court Theatre and once again filling the stage with the best burlesque and variety entertainment the world has to offer.

Integrating British Sign Language interpretation into every show, with our resident Drag Queen interpreter Dora Belle, we are making history with the world very first running BSL interpreted burlesque show.

With one amazing line up, and a reputation for sold out shows don't delay in booking your tickets now!

Line Up Confirmed for 26 April:

Virgin Xtravaganzah - London's Holy one and only Virgin Mary drag compere and comedian

Felicity Furore - Voted No. 20 on this years top 20 Burlesque acts in the UK, and regularly gaining accolades wherever she goes, this performer will be joining us for the very first time at The Martini Lounge!

Edd Muir - one of the hottest men of the variety circuit, with over ten years of thrilling and mystifying audiences all over the world.

Millie Dollar - Your hostess for the evening, and the creator of The Martini Lounge, Millie has been on quite the adventure since she last tread the boards at The Royal Court.
Listed No.16 in the UK top 20 Burlesque performers, her signature mix of classic, sleaze, and comedic timing really creates a unique performance style that has shot her all over the globe captivating audiences wherever she goes.

Velma Von Bon Bon - Our resident compare for the show is the one and only Velma Von Bon Bon, with possible appearences from her friend Natalia Kalashnikov!

Performances also from up and coming burlesque starlets, Flamin' - Go - Go and Velvet Fox, with acts that will get the tongues wagging, the jaws dropping, and make you remember them forever on their journey into the world of burlesque.

Line up for 28 June to be announced.

Performance Information

Tickets are available with a meal (served at your table before the show) for an extra 12. Click here to see our menu. If you are eating with us please arrive at least an hour before the performance.

Please note - the bar will close 15 minutes before the advertised start time.

There are no booking fees payable (hurrah!)

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