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Hoochie Coochie Wonderland Ball
Sunday, 8 April 2012 at 19:00 - Monday, 9 April 2012 at 01:00 (BST)
Bristol, United States
Keda Breeze Presents
The Hoochie Coochie Wonderland Ball
Sunday 8th of April (Bank holiday weekend)
The Wardrobe Theatre and White Bear, Cotham, Bristol
Our first ever bank holiday event has arrived. We are thrilled to introduce the Wonderland Ball “A surreal immersive world full of strange and beautiful performances”
We will be moving away from the main stage cabaret show format to become an immersive event full of smaller stages and interactive performances. Hoochie Coochie’s entertainment elfs are confirming acts as we speak and adding more and more to the line up, but already it looks something like this:
The Absinthe Bar
Our intimate speakeasy style upstairs room will include entertainment from DJ Paul the Cowardly Dinosaur, resident pole dancers and dark, dirty and off the wall performances from Keda Breeze and Rowan Fae.
The Lost Garden Stage
Miss Merlin hula hoop star, Swiss Tony’s Rock and Roll Bingo, Vid Warren – Beat Box Wonderboy , Keda Breeze – Exotic Perforance Art, Late Night Shop – Burlesque Riot Girrrls, Silent Cinema
The Pleasure Ballroom
The main downstairs room is a hosted by THE BANG DJs accompanied by stunning trapeze performances from star Invisible Circus performer Rowan Fae and roaming dancers and circus acts.
The Front Parlour
Watch this space!!!
Plus countless bizarre and beautiful roaming performers and circus artists will be entertaining you.
Booking from the links above. Please note that the last show completely sold out. ADVANCE BOOKING FOR VERY HIGHLY RECOMENDED.
TheWonderland Ball is a promenade show, not a sit down cabaret. The White Bear and Wardrobe Theatre have been closed off to the public and are exclusively for Hoochie Coochie revellers
On the following weekend
Burlesque Training Day with Keda Breeze
Roll up, roll up, for an incredible and inspirational day of burlesque training with Hoochie Coochie curator Keda Breeze. Suitable for complete beginners, learn wondrous skills such as: Showgirl posture, burlesque movements, striptease, costuming, performance skills and tassel twirling.
The cost for this day is just £79 for seven hours training or just £59 when you also book a ticket to the Wonderland Ball!
Gentlemen! Win favour with your loved ones. Click here to book
Alice in Wonderland or flamboyant glamour
The Wardrobe Theatre and White Bear are at 113 St Michaels Hill, BS2 8BS
Image: Dot Cotton of Late Night Shop
When & Where
Hoochie Coochie produces one night fantastical experiences, which are all about dressing up, having fun, and being entertained all in one magical evening. These take place in unique and stunning performance venues in Hoochie Coochie’s hometown of Bristol.
There is always a spectacular stage show which features high octane circus and bizarre cabaret acts. Through out the evening surreal and beautiful installations accompany our resident DJ’s to create a spectacular immersive party environment. Installations might include a pole dancing unicorn, mini bike dancers, gogo dancing sperm, the enchanting “squares” and a miniature fetish queen.
Hoochie Coochie is one of the countries most renowned and long running dress up/performance/party events. It is curated and art directed by international circus show woman turned arts producer Keda Breeze. Keda has been creating performance events in Bristol in 2004.
People travel from across the Uk and sometimes even Europe to go to Hoochie Coochie and tickets are in high demand. Early booking is always recommended.
Dressing up isn’t compulsory at Hoochie Coochie, but if you don’t, you’ll probably really wish you did. One of the best things about Hoochie is its carnival atmosphere; with everyone in flamboyant costume the audience become as much part of the show as performers.
Hoochie Coochie tend to be promenade shows rather than seated cabarets. This means that whilst some seating is available they are not seated cabaret shows and there is an emphasis on music and dancing