Night of com­edy, cul­ture and curves

Matamata Chronicle - - News - By KIM LAUB­SCHER

Bur­lesque is com­ing to Mata­mata.

Dolly D’Ville and her team of dancers will be Mata­mata for a one night only show at the Re­doubt Bar and Eatery.

“Hold on to your garters,” warned Ms D’Ville. “You’re in for a treat.”

Ms D’Ville who is based in Te Awa­mutu, is tak­ing her bur­lesque show Bub­bles and Bomb­shells on a tour of small New Zealand towns.

“[I am] thrilled to be mak­ing a dif­fer­ence in small towns and trav­el­ling across the coun­try per­form­ing,” said Ms D’Ville.

Per­form­ing

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her

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the Re­doubt will be Ms Tit­tle Tat­tle, Rosina Lee, Azure D’Murre, Pussy Galores and Gin­ger Kisses.

The Bub­bles and Bomb­shells show will in­clude tra­di­tional bur­lesque and neo clas­si­cal bur­lesque, com­bin­ing se­duc­tive dance and strip­tease with comedic and witty el­e­ments.

Ms D’Ville said the art form has seen a re­vival of pop­u­lar­ity in re­cent years. It was fa­mously rep­re­sented in the 2010 Christina Aguil­era and Cher film Bur­lesque.

Tick­ets to the Bub­bles and Bomb­shells show on Septem­ber 1 are avail­able from Re­doubt. Cost: $65 for the show, a three-course meal and bub­bles on ar­rival. Com­ing to town: Dolly D’Ville, pic­tured, and her team of dancers will be Mata­mata for the one night only show Bub­bles and Bomb­shells at the Re­doubt, Bar and Eatery.

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