Posted by Erika Geraerts
12. Sep, 2012
|September 15, 2012|
Plans this weekend? We’ve found them for you. Forget a movie, don’t worry about an awkward dinner date. Grab your friends and get down to Red Bennies, and see a Cabaret. Trust us when we say you’ll be all the more worldly for it.
The Caravan of the Bear has come to tell tales for two nights only, you can catch a glimpse of a gypsy cabaret: erotic turns of transformation, enchanted creatures of the air, flights of fancy, sirens of song, incredible human feats, and of course, magic and wonderment, and did we mention partial nudity?
WHEN: Fri 14 Sept and Sat 15 Sept, doors 7pm for show at 8pm
WHERE: Red Bennies, Level 1, 373 Chapel Street, South Yarra
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