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After a string of sold out shows, The Burlesque Museum returns to Kensington Street.
Kensington Street Studios will be transformed into a vaudeville playhouse with immersive theatre, installations, cabaret and burlesque acts that will take you through a history of burlesque in Australia.
‘Alabaster-skinned Porcelain Alice outdoes Dita Von Teese in a spectacular pale pink sequinned outfit, complete with flouncy ostrich feather hat, undulating fans, and an air of lip-curling contempt that’s quite compelling; before returning to the stage later in the evening with a serpentine reptile’
– Hellfire Director Jackie McMillan
Inspired by all things glamour Memphis’s performances are anything but traditional, so those looking for that same old Burlesque experience shouldn’t even bother turning up because this is one girl who doesn’t like to disappoint. Think retro rock goddess meets 1950’s Stepford wife and you’ll only just begin to scrape the surface of what Memphis Mae has to offer.
It wouldn’t be a night out on Kensington Street without creative and culinary delights! Award wining restaurant, Mekong on Kensington Street has curated a very special banquet menu for all patrons of the Burlesque Musuem.
Designed by acclaimed Chef Tiw Rakarin, the culinary terrain crosses entrees, shared mains and desserts, drawn from recipes passed through the Indochine provinces.
The Banquet menu will be available pre and post dinner, minimum 2 people for $69.00 per person.