Friday, May 14, 2021

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Tags Burlesque

Tag: burlesque

The risk in going risqué

 

 

 

Tits, bums, fart jokes, striptease right down to the cliché of breast tassles  – whatever happened to Cat’s Meow? From the audience response to the Nine Lives Cabaret last Saturday night, I know mine is a minority view, but for me this entertainment was one-dimensional. The talent was there but story, ideas and wit were mostly missing. There were laughs to be had, for sure, but they mostly weren’t for anything clever or simply zany. It was as though in deciding to become more risqué, more of a burlesque, most of the creators had regressed to adolescence. KIERAN FINNANE reviews.

 

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