This stylish, subversive burlesque night hits Underbelly Festival for summer
Award-winning masters of tease House of Burlesque are back on the Southbank with a new show for 2017. 'House of Burlesque:2.0' is compered by Tempest Rose, who'll bring her signature mix of wit, subversion and sauce to the night.
This time, she's taking her inspiration from technology, for a futuristic night of burlesque and neon-bright spectacle. Enjoy the show alongside cocktails in Underbelly Festival's atmospheric new Southbank tent space.
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A really funny night out, get there early to join the queue and get a good seat. It's within Underbelly so loads to eat/drink nearby too.
What an amazing night out! This was my first trip to a burlesque night and I will definitely be returning. Tempest Rose is a great host making the night feel like you're out with just a group of your best friends not in a room full of strangers :) The acts were amazing and great variety on show.
We went to this show last night and was truly impressed, best Burlesque evening I've been to for a long while. Tempest Rose has great presence and voice. The acts were excellent - favourites the neon hula girl and the acrobatic aerial hoop. Fab music and audience great fun. Look forward to seeing again 😊
I really enjoyed it, but I found it a bit expensive . I was expecting definitively more for my momey. The presenter was fantastic, great sense of humor, fantastic interaction with the audience. On the other hand I found of the acts a bit weak! The presentation and the costumes were really elaborated in general , but some of the dancers fall a bit short. Don't take me wrong in general is a good show, but not for 15 quid!
Gosh - where to start ! The whole show was well produced - brilliant sense of humour - superb acts and (real) women - not a twiggy in sight - ooo er as one might say. Words as they say fail me.......On buying the tickets some six weeks earlier at the Festival Hall one of the assistants suggested that I would see 'plenty of ankles' and in truth 'rather more'... The actors presented a performance during which they teased and tormented - danced like mad and offered very accurate comments on the changing situation for women over the decades - political points very well made - but don't be in anyway put off - well worth the ticket price ! Thanks to the whole company - they made my night....... John
Great night out - funny and decent on the eyes too! Went with my husband and we both really enjoyed it