Festivus Burlesque! Friday 3rd december

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From the notorious ladies who brought you Psytrance & Strippers, we bring you another night of candy for your ears and candy for your eyes. Come celebrate the silly season in wicked style!
More tunes, bigger sound, a dance floor and stunning feature shows, with whole venue access for all. Your favourite DJs are back, plus a few new faces behind the decks to get you up and dancing.


Elation V Sack the DJ
Acid Tail V DJ Skrl
DJ Doogie
Mr Pitiful
Juice Box

Kick back upstairs in the Velvet VIP Room, overlooking all the action on the main floor, with its own bar and a pole to try your skills on.
The Martini Marquee in the main room is a specially created area for VIPs, with drink on arrival and dedicated waitress throughout the night, mini massage and a feast of nibbly things.

General entry presale $20 +BF
VIP $45+BF
More on the door!
Tickets also available at Alley Tunes, Ministry of Style and Inacoma from 8 November.

WIN!!! Buy your tickets by 26 November and go in the draw to win a limosine ride, including stocked mini bar, to and from the event for you and 8 friends.

Xplicit Gentlemen's Club
2 Arthurton Road

Over 18s only. Sexually explicit entertainment may offend. Management reserves the right to refuse entry. Ladies are of course welcome.
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What is festivus?! Festivus is a secular holiday traditionally celebrated on December 23.

It was created by writer Dan O'Keefe and introduced into popular culture by his son Daniel, a screenwriter for the TV show Seinfeld as part of a comical storyline on the show. The holiday's celebration, as shown on Seinfeld, includes an unadorned aluminium "Festivus pole."

In the episode, the tradition of Festivus begins with an aluminium pole. While not part of the original O'Keefe family celebration, Daniel O'Keefe credits fellow "Seinfeld" writer Jeff Schaffer with introducing the concept of the aluminum pole. During Festivus, the pole is displayed unadorned. The basics of the Festivus pole are explained by Frank in two separate situations:
Cosmo Kramer: "And is there a tree?"
Frank Costanza: "No, instead, there's a pole. It requires no decoration. I find tinsel distracting."
Frank Costanza: "It's made from aluminium. Very high strength-to-weight ratio."

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pretty funny stuff! :mrgreen: :lol:
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