1. highlights do programa
    [SEXSHAKE CABARET]
    batalhas entre pin-ups sedutoras e vingativas
    direção : João Woo

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  2. Formidable ,
    Moulin Rouge , La revue du Centenaire 1988-1999 . The most famous Cabaret in the world , since 1889.

    100 artistes sur scène dont les 60 Doriss girls.

    Le Moulin rouge est un cabaret parisien fondé en 1889 par Joseph Oller et Charles Zidler, qui possédaient déjà l'Olympia. Il est situé sur le boulevard de Clichy dans le 18e arrondissement, au pied de la Butte Montmartre1. Son style et son nom ont été imités et empruntés par d'autres cabarets dans le monde entier.

    (Metropolitan) Ce site est desservi par la station de métro Blanche.

    http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moulin_Rouge
    moulinrougestore.com/

    The Moulin Rouge lost much of its former reputation as a "high-class brothel" and it soon became fashionable for French society to visit and see the spectacular cabarets, which have included a can-can ever since. The dance is recognisable for the long skirts with heavily frilled undergarments that the dancers wear, high kicks, hops in a circle whilst holding the other leg in the air, splits, cartwheels and other acrobatic tricks, normally accompanied by squeals and shrieks. Whilst the dance became less crude, the choreography has always tended to be a little risqué and somewhat provocative.

    The People's Almanac credited the origin of striptease as we know it to an act in 1890s Paris in which the performer gradually removes her clothing for the purposes of sexually arousing the audience, usually performed in nightclubs. The "teasing" involves the slowness of undressing, while the audience is eager to see more nudity. Delay tactics include additional clothes under clothes being removed, putting clothes or hands in front of just undressed body parts, etc. Emphasis is on the act of undressing, not on the state of being undressed: in some cases the performance is finished as soon as the undressing is finished.

    The Moulin Rouge lost much of its former reputation as a "high-class brothel" and it soon became fashionable for French society to visit and see the spectacular cabarets, which have included a can-can ever since. The dance is recognisable for the long skirts with heavily frilled undergarments that the dancers wear, high kicks, hops in a circle whilst holding the other leg in the air, splits, cartwheels and other acrobatic tricks, normally accompanied by squeals and shrieks. Whilst the dance became less crude, the choreography has always tended to be a little risqué and somewhat provocative.
    The People's Almanac credited the origin of striptease as we know it to an act in 1890s Paris in which the performer gradually removes her clothing for the purposes of sexually arousing the audience, usually performed in nightclubs. The "teasing" involves the slowness of undressing, while the audience is eager to see more nudity. Delay tactics include additional clothes under clothes being removed, putting clothes or hands in front of just undressed body parts, etc. Emphasis is on the act of undressing, not on the state of being undressed: in some cases the performance is finished as soon as the undressing is finished

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  3. Tickets and more information: http://www.theblackcat.info/wonderground/

    Video credit: http://www.tripleafilms.co.uk/

    Filmed by Triple A Films, this short was taken at the opening night of The Black Cat Cabaret's full-scale spectacular in the stunning mirrored Spiegeltent at London Wonderground. Winner of Best Production, London Cabaret Awards 2014, the show features world-class circus, aerial, cabaret and dance performance backed by live musicians.

    Reviews:

    "Aerialists Katharine and Hugo deliver a thrilling routine, spinning wildly above the audience heads, while Jo Moss provokes audible gasps as much for his muscled physique as for his mastery of the cyr wheel. Vicky Butterfly exploits the mirrored venue to great effect with a graceful illuminated butterfly dance and Lili la Scala’s operatic burlesque is both accessible and highly entertaining." The Stage ****

    "A glorious mix of dazzling acrobatic skill, comedy set pieces and risqué artistry...a truly authentic recreation of a bygone bohemian era." - Everything Theatre ****

    "The music throughout the night excels, knocking every element of drama or frivolity up a few more notches. Impossible to miss too is the magnificent Spiegeltent where all of the action takes place – almost another character in itself." - This Is Cabaret

    "Followed by a dark and dirty dance floor The Black Cat Cabaret offers Londoners a night of debauchery safely from the sidelines – though we can’t imagine anyone would say no if you wanted to join in." - So So Gay ****

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