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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Red Hots Burlesque: Twisted Tradition in Berkeley on Wednesday, SF Beach Party on Friday

This week, Red Hots Burlesque has two shows to tempt you. One in the East Bay on Wednesday, and the other at their usual spot in San Francisco on Friday!

At the new Space Lounge in the Saturn Cafe in Berkeley, Red Hots presents "Twisted Tradition!" See the artwork of Spygirl Friday on the walls of the Lounge while you marvel at the her talents and those of the Diamond Daggers, La Chica Boom, Ruby Vixen, and more!

Then listen and dance to the sounds of the Dixieland Dykes +3! It's sure to be a humdinger of a show at the Space Lounge. Arrive early and grab some grub! They've got a healthy vegetarian menu, and delicious milkshakes too! See their menu on their site at The Saturn Cafe is located at 2175 Allston Way in Berkeley (map), really close to the Downtown Berkeley BART station!

And I do believe this is an 18 and older venue, so college students are welcome! The last burlesque show at the Saturn Cafe was 18+, and the show was filled with a very enthusiastic crowd, so I expect this show to be rockin' too!

Red Hots Twisted Tradition flier, November 17, 2010Align Center

Red Hots Burlesque Presents

Twisted Tradition at the Saturn Cafe

Wednesday Nov 17 @ 8:30pm
Space Lounge at the Saturn Cafe
2175 Allston Way,Berkeley
Admission: $7

Hey Hon! You all ready to order? How about some sizzling burlesque, delicious dancing to live music and a gallery opening? This is an evening of twisted traditions. Expect to see some hilarious and perverse housewives, acts of 50's nuclear dynamics and prepare to have culture questioned! So famished and full alike, come feast on these beautiful babes as they kick convention. Come early, fill your tummy with delectable treats from the Saturn Cafe and lovely libations from the beer and wine bar. Table reservations available email for information and for full details.

Red Hots Burlesque EAST BAY!
November 17th, Doors 7:30 show 8:30

-Live Music from DIXIELAND DYKES-
The Old World Band with the New Math Problem
Known as "the old world band with the new math problem," the Dixieland Dykes +3 have stomped, rambled & wailed their way through Dixieland tunes at fundraisers, civic events and weddings around the Bay Area since 1994. DD+3 is a regular feature at the Annual Pride Brunch, hosted by Donna Sachet and Gary Virginia, and at the Castro Lions' Dragathon at Marlena's. They most recently headlined at Trax Bar's 10th anniversary celebration, and played gutter bucket jazz at the Red Hots Burlesque Cooch tent at the Castro Street Fair. Other credits include the Gala holiday reception of the San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band's Dance-Along Nutcracker, the Ol' Fashioned 4th of July Alternative Family Picnic at Yerba Buena Gardens, Supervisor Tom Ammiano's 1998 Victory Party, AIDS Benefits Counselors annual soiree, and numerous fundraisers at The Edge and Trax, to name a few. DD+3 has performed in venues ranging from City Hall to Herbst Auditorium's Green Room to the streets of New Orleans

-Featured Burlesque Performances-
Diamond Daggers, Amelia Mae Paradise, Sir Loin Strip
La Chica Boom
Dottie Lux
Ruby Vixen
Spy Girlfriday
With AJ Molecular, Saranaqued and Many More!

-Gallery Opening for Spy Girl Friday-
Select Items will be for sale for ONE MONTH only See for full collection of works
Her works, which span various mediums, are each concerned with the task of making trash into treasure. They are ceaselessly formed in answer to the rather specific artistic challenge of how to make something beautiful and valuable out of materials and visual cultures considered worthless (discarded wood, discontinued film stocks, images from magazines donated to charity shops, etc.) Spy is fixated on re-presenting out-dated or marginalized materials and images (unearthed from second-rate 1970s porn magazines or photographs found on roadsides) in the languages of fine art in an attempt to question the manners in which these items (and their respective lives) were first made expendable. Correspondingly, her work not only demands that we recognize the ethics implied in our relationships with such detritus, but that we see the beauty inherent in these items' faded shines.

Then at their usual 7:30 p.m. time on Friday at El Rio, Red Hots will have an unusual show! With Alotta Boutté, they're presenting an extended show called, "Beach House Party!"

It will be an all-night extravaganza, with an extra large lineup, a photobooth with burlesque photographer Johnny Crash, and a birthday celebration for Nicki Sparxx! Plus there will be groovealicious music to dance to provided by DJ Ruby White!

And it's all for the usual sliding scale of $5 to $10. It'll be an extra value night at El Rio, which is located at 3158 Mission Street in San Francisco (map)!

Red Hots flier, November 19, 2010

Red Hots Burlesque And Alotta Boutte Present

Beach House Party

Friday Nov 19 @ 7:30pm | El Rio,3158 Mission St, SF| Admission: SS $5-10

Ladies and Gents,
Dappers and Dandies
Hussies and Harlots
It's time to unsnap those garters and losen those starched lapels It is time to get wild and rowdy!

Let the Ladies of the Beach House whet your appetite for liquor and sin, a time when rent parties were jumpin til the cops came knocking. Let's give you exactly what you need: hips grindin', songs beltin and groovin' til the sun comes up (almost).

The scintillating entertainment:
Burlesque by-
Ruby Vixen
Nicki Sparxx
Isis Starr
Ophelia Couer Noir
and many more!
Drag with Lady Bear
Live Music from Leigh Crow and Fleigh
Live Reading from Alysia Angel

Shake and Shimmy with DJ Ruby White

And your Guides for this evening of depravity Dottie Lux and Alotta Boutte

PLUS! Photobooth with Johnny Crash, remember this night for all time.

This is also a birthday celebration for NICKI SPARXX, so come early and stay late!

Friday Nov. 19th, 2010 7:30pm doors start Party goes all night!!!
$5-$10, 21+
El Rio
3158 Mission St. @ Cesar Chavez
San Francisco, CA 94110
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