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The Looking Glass Burlesque

Pyramid & Parr Hall,
Palmyra Square South, WA1 1BL Warrington
Date/Time: Saturday 26 Nov 2016, 8:00pm
Ticket Price: £13 Cabaret Seating/£10 Theatre Seating
(£14.75/£11.75 inc online booking fee)
Hosted by Rosie Lugosi - The Looking Glass Burlesque returns for another jam-packed evening of vintage style fun and frolics. Step back in time to the golden age of variety with Suzie Sequin and the finest line-up of international and home grown cabaret performers. Watch in delight as sultry showgirls, dazzling dancers, vintage vocalists, zany sideshow performers peddle their wares for your entertainment. So dust off those dancing shoes, tight lace those corsets and tip those fedoras as The Looking Glass Burlesque gives you a night to remember!

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Saucy Shindig

Malones (venue 280)
14 Forrest Rd.
Edinburgh
EH1 2QN

Time: 9pm – 10.30pm

Join GlasVegas showgirl Roxy Stardust as she presents an hour (and a bit!) of burlesque and cabaret!
Thursday 11th - Rosie Lugosi, Maisie Martini, Rebecca Rose & Shir Madness – hosted by Jacques Bruxelles

http://freefringe.org.uk/edinburgh-fringe-festival/the-saucy-shindig-2/

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Saturday 15th November – Sunday 16th November
The Palace Hotel
Oxford St,
Manchester M60 7HA

 

Saturday 15th November, 5pm – 6.15pm
Writing poetry and writing lyrics – with Si Denbigh & Rosie Garland
What is the synergy between poetry and lyrics? Can one form feed and inform the other?
This workshop features practical exercises to get words on the page, plus time for discussion. Please feel free to bring your own lyrics / poetry to play with!

Sunday 16th November, 2.30pm – 3.45pm
Sub-culture (Gothic themed) panel, chaired by John Robb – with Rosie Garland, Natasha Scharf and David McWilliams.

Click to go to Louder Than Words site

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Thursday, 04 September 2014 14:13

26.10.2014 - Gothic Manchester Festival 2014

The Two Rosies: Life as a Goth Icon


The John Rylands Library,
150 Deansgate,
Manchester,
M3 3EH


12 noon – 1pm
Free
Click here to get your free ticket via Eventbrite
Following the phenomenal success of the Gothic Manchester Festival 2013, which launched the Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies, we are back with a new programme of events and activities designed to showcase MMU's academic expertise in the gothic and foreground Manchester's rich vein of gothic talent.
The stellar Rosie Garland (aka Rosie Lugosi) holds a place like no other in the dark firmament of Gothic culture.
Spanning careers in rock music (as singer with post-punk Gothic behemoths The March Violets), through performance, poetry, burlesque and cabaret and on into her current incarnation as an award-winning novelist, there are few creative dark alleys she has not dared venture down.
Rosie will be honouring us with readings from both her first novel The Palace of Curiosities and new release Vixen, and she might even treat us to a poem or two. In keeping with the theme of our festival, she'll also be regaling us with a few choice insights into her life in the spotlight (and dry ice) of show business.
All this amongst the neo-gothic pomp and circumstance of John Rylands Library's magnificent Historic Reading Room. And as if this weren't spoiling you enough, we'll also be having a book signing and reception featuring a specially designed (and rather foxy) cake by the incredible Annabel de Vetten of Conjuror's Kitchen.

Click to go to Gothic Manchester main website

 

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