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June 23 @ 10:00 pm
BluAfterGlow in association with The Burlesque Underground present...
When the stage lights are finally dimmed, the real decadence begins.
Enter a world where you can come and play with the decadent and beautiful, where almost anything goes and the only limits are your imagination.
Following their expected sell-out show... Katorga ...the denizens of the Burlesque Underground continue their melodramatic madness into the wee hours, with live action improvised role play, fetishistic exploration and kink, and just a dash of danger.
Leave your inhibitions outside and party with the Russians.
Set over 4 areas, the space is inspired by the 1920's underground decadence, where you're taken back in times when prohibition made a night out on the town an adventure. A respectful space where you can explore, challenge yourself, be challenged, play or dance.
The evening allows you to explore all elements of unique alternative lifestyles in a safe, welcoming and respectful space.
Whatever your lifestyle or social requirement may be, there are lots of interesting ways you can spoil yourself… Socialise at the bar or the lounge, participate in your vices or indulge in your pleasures… it’s your choice!
Join the denizens of the Burlesque Underground for an evening of hedonistic play time, that will leave you questioning your morals and the nature of right and wrong.
From 10pm - late
(to enjoy the evening in full, we strongly suggest you arrive before midnight)
0412 510 424
Mon - Fri 12pm - 8pm
Sat - Sun after 4pm
please do not send text messages as they cannot be replied to
Complimentary: with show ticket
You can mix it up with all things Alternative, Kink and Elegantly Twisted.... or simply wear good ol' Dressy Black (black shoes - black pants/dress - black shirt/blouse), it's your choice. . . however respectfully dress for the overall style and feel of this event… no blue jeans (unless under chaps) - no sports shoes - no casual wear.
374 St Kilda Road,
ST KILDA, Victoria 3182
Located on the corner of St Kilda Road and Martin Street,
between Inkerman and Carlisle Steet's
entry is via Martin Street
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