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WIN tickets to Champagne Showgirls

6 September 2021

Seesaw Mag is giving away a double pass for a night celebrating all things Cabaret CHEEK!

Champagne Showgirls are a collective group of performers at the top of their entertainment fields. This all-star cast perform world-class cabaret, aerial, burlesque, dance, acrobatics with live musicians in an exclusive and mesmerising production.

Come enjoy the glitz and glamour of Perth’s hottest contemporary burlesque group in this seven act show that will leave you hypnotised.

Winner of “Australia’s Best Burlesque Production 2020” (X AWARDS) and voted “The Best Cabaret and Variety show” (Fringe Festival Perth 2021 – The Western Australian).

Champagne Showgirls presents Cabaret CHEEK

Dates: 1, 2, 8 and 9 October 2021

Venue: Air Nightclub, Northbridge

To be in the running to win a double pass, simply email competitions@seesawmag.com.au with “Champagne Showgirls” in the title, plus your name and phone number in the body of the email.

Limit of one entry per person.

Deadline for entries: 5pm, Sunday 26 September 2021. Winners will be notified by email on Monday 27 September 2021.

Want more? Read our cabaret reviews here.

Readers who enter this competition will be subscribed to Seesaw’s free fortnightly e-magazine “The Arts Playground”, if they are not already subscribed.

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Author —
Rosalind Appleby

Rosalind Appleby is an arts journalist, author and speaker. She is co-editor of Seesaw Magazine, author of Women of Note, and has written for The West Australian, The Guardian, The Australian, Limelight magazine and Opera magazine. She loves the percussion instruments which can be found in the uber cool parks.

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