Up Late and Uncut

Up Late and Uncut
Photograph: Georgia Moloney Katia Schwartz

Time Out says

Burlesque live on stage and on your table

This fun and flaunty night of burlesque parodies the traditional strip club and plays a tongue in cheek homage to the origins of the art of the tease and the roots of Kings Cross, at an original 1930s drinking den, Dulcie's. With table service and classy cocktails, this is a good mid-range night of burlesque entertainment typically featuring half a dozen professional acts. Don’t forget to tip your dancers here – the entry price includes five “tipping dollars” to get your started. This one typically goes down on the second or third Thursday of the month.


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