Monday, October 19, 2009

Bunny Warren presents the Yes, Yes, Yes! Club~ Vintage Cabaret is All The Rage In London



New show in town: Bunny Warren presents the Yes,Yes,Yes!Club New show in town: Bunny Warren presents the Yes,Yes,Yes!Club
October 2, 2009 by Lena from Queens of Vintage


Vintage cabaret is all the rage in London at the moment with new shows popping up in theatres around the capital. Burlesque star Bunny Warren is adding to the trend by launching the Yes, Yes, Yes! Club, a supper club and cabaret show, at the Cafe de Paris.

Opening this month, the show will be starring top entertainers from around the world, hand-picked by the persnickety Bunny Warren who has searched outside the mainstream cabaret circuit for fresh, new talent to debut exciting new performances at her show.

Featuring Charleston, Baroque dance, disco, showgirls, mime, comedy and burlesque, expect talented performers and beautiful costumes.

Starring acts include burlesque star Gentry de Paris (pictured), who barely rested after her dazzling show ‘The Gentry de Paris revue avec Dita Von Teese’ and Rachel la Goulue, an elegant fan-dancer with a surprising finale, who has shocked audiences around the world, including Princes William and Harry.

The Bunnys Hunnys, Bunny Warren’s own dance troupe will also grace the stage in gorgeous feminine, finery, while Bunny Warren herself will give you her dazzling, unique performance, ‘The Queen’- a crystal encrusted burlesque tribute to our Queen’s coronation.


Yes, Yes, Yes! Club

Doors open 6.30pm
Show starts 8 til 10, After party until 3am.
Dinner can be booked in advance.

Tickets are £25 if booked in advance
Shoot out to you fab gals in London, Alexia and Natalie. I hope are able to attend and let us know how it was! Cheers!

4 comments:

Torie Jayne said...

Oh! Thanks for this, Will have to arrange to go! Have a sweet day!

Elise said...

great post ! thanks for the info

beckyxoxo said...

that's so much fun !

Natalie said...

Oh! We're definitely going to try our best to stop by. Gentry de Paris looks incredible. Anything or anybody who shocks the Royals is worth supporting ;)
Funnily enough I made a feather headdress this weekend. The pefect pick-me-up to bring some colour to dull London days.
We'll try and get some great pics to share with you if we make it