Club Paradis - Burlesque & Cabaret - Nearly Sold Out!

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Doors: 7:30pm   Event Starts: 8:00pm    Event Ends: 11:00pm

Starting at: £15.00 (Door Price: £16.50)

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Burlesque is back at the Chapel!

Join us for our show, featuring some of the UK’s finest burlesque and cabaret talent!

This is one show, you won’t want to miss!

Hosted by your favourite compare... The Countess Arseuppi!


Headliner - The Diamond Dahlia

Exclusive to Club Paradis, all the way from Australia!

The Blonde Wonder from Down Under!

The Diamond Dahlia is a very sweet delight. She’s performed across the globe from Australia to the USA, UK and Germany alongside some of the best in the Australian and International scene. Cheekily known to her fans as the best butt in Burlesque, The Diamond blends her cheesecake tease with 1920’s sensuality to create acts that embody the spirit of both classic and neo Burlesque.

The Diamond got her start in 2008 and has since graced stages at Woodford Folk Festival, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Hubba Hubba Revue (San Francisco & Oakland USA), Gangsters Ball, Volupte London, White Mischief UK and Bravo Burlesque (Berlin) to name a few. She is co-producer of Dr Sketchy’s Brisbane, Tutor at The Bombshells Burlesque & Beauty Academy, Miss Burlesque Brisbane 2012, Miss Bunny-lishous 2012, Grand-Finalist in Miss Burlesque Australia 2012 and Nominated for 3 Australian National Burlesque Awards (Busties) in 2013.

With a singing voice sweeter than sugar and a bump that always catches the beat, The Diamond Dahlia is “The Blonde Wonder From Down Under”

Starla Bright

Starla Bright is an accomplished burlesque artist who performs solo and also as part of an unusual burlesque double-act called The Star Bazaar. Starla has a varied performance history, with a back catalogue of appearances on screen, on stage, and in a cage! A regular on the alternative scene she’s a self-confessed tattoo addict, and more than a little obsessed with all things rock and metal.

Starla is sparkly and she twinkles at night. Feel free to make a wish on her if you like? You never know… it might come true!

Atheria Hart

Atheria Hart is an exciting performance artist, now in her fifth year as a burlesque starlet. On stage Atheria skilfully uses music and movement to create an entirely new theatrical environment that completely transports the audience into her vision.

Let Atheria Hart take you on a journey that may change the way you see the world, for the better!






Gemma Sheree

"With more curves than a country road", Gemma Sheree began performing burlesque in 2008 and has appeared since at the Welsh Burlesque Festival Gala Performance, the Australian Burlesque Festival, London Burlesque Festival, the Bath Fringe Festival, Lux-De-Ville, The Grand Garter Lounge, Whiskey Kittens, The Blue Stocking Lounge and the legendary Bethnal Green Working Men's Club in London. She has been described as "Pure showgirl glamour", "The Bust of Bath" and "The Macgyver of Burlesque".

Follow Gemma Sheree on Twitter at www.twitter/missgemmasheree




The BelleFleurs

The BelleFleurs take songs from the 40's and 50's, Rock, Pop, Disco, Metal and Punk and 'Fleurt' with them to make original arrangements, super tight harmonies, fairly tight corsets and lots of fun!

“Sexual politics with a smile and and a wink: wry, witty, ironical, versatile and prolifically inventive chanteuses, the Bellefleurs are one of the most arresting, amusing and just plain likeable acts to come out of the subculture of the women’s movement since feminist cabaret in 80s London.” -  Andrew Gibson, Professor of Modern Literature and Theory, University of London.

“Saw [The Bellefleurs] at Glastonbury and you were wonderful and hilarious! My girlfriend and I especially enjoyed your Sandman medley. Keep up the good work!” - John Cartwright

“We all loved your wit, musicality and wonderful voices. You project a joy in entertaining which the audience basks in gratefully.” - Karen Birt

Pearl Boheme

Pearl Boheme is a modern fusion movement artist with a striking visual style and powerful stage presence. Performing in both, Tribal Fusion and Dark Fusion Theatre Belly Dance. This progressive highly modern form of dance fusion unlocks the door to untold creative diversity blurring the lines between Dance, Live Art and performance.

“My intention with my “work” is to create a magical, other worldly moment in which the observer may respond with emotion or deep recognition. If image is rich enough we will fill the gaps with human stories, like the body’s connective tissue. All of life is about connection, through connection we create and tell our story. Movement and visual art are how I share mine.”

Compare... The Countess Arseuppi

Ageless, wageless, and suffering from vagueness, she has spent many years wandering all over Europe reminiscing endlessly about the ‘owld cuntry’ will she ever return? was she ever there at all?

This international aristocrat is living proof Interpol just aren’t trying hard enough.





Beth – Stage Manager







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