Burlesque is offering something different for the weekend

A night of risque cabaret acts.
A night of risque cabaret acts.
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Audiences at the Kings Theatre, Southsea can enjoy some risque entertainment this evening as The House of Burlesque brings its unique show to the stage of the Edwardian playhouse.

With an ever-rotating cast, the House of Burlesque offers a different medley of the tantalising and the bizarre in every show.

Combining dazzling cabaret acts acts and a wicked sense of humour, the House of Burlesque is one of the biggest shows of its kind in the UK.

Featured acts include Vicky Butterfly, a visually enthralling burlesque icon and muse and Dita Von Teese tribute act Carrie-Ann O’Dell.

Crowds can also marvel at the fire-eating antics of Bruise Violet and the strange and unusual cabaret clown double act Terms of Unnervement

Audience members are stongly encouraged to dress up, taking inspiration from carnivale, freak shows, top hats and tails, woodland creatures, flapper girls and even Victoriana.

With one act still to be confirmed, the night will be hosted by acid-tongued ringmaster Joe Black.

House of Burlesque contains adult content and audience members must be at least 14 years old. Tickets cost £13-£15 and the show starts at 7.30pm. Visit kings-southsea.com or call (023) 9282 8282.