Dracula’s Cabaret Presents the Pink Party!

Dracula’s Cabaret is throwing a PINK PARTY on 12th June to raise funds and awareness for the Australia Marriage Equality Organisation.



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Dracula’s Cabaret is throwing a PINK PARTY to raise funds and awareness for the Australian Marriage Equality Organisation. We have long been a favourite haunt for the LGBT community, and now it’s our chance to return the support.

Bloodbath, the latest vaudevillian spectacle to splash onto Dracula's stage, has seen a complete transformation from kitsch theatre restaurant cliché to sassy, hi-camp vampire burlesque. The show promises to submerge your senses in an evening of “slick jazz and sizzling comedy”, that’ll have you gasping for air!!

Dracula’s PINK PARTY will be hosted by the outrageous pair Art Simone and Philmah Bocks, featuring Pink champagne, gift bags, door prizes, drag queens, the full show ‘Bloodbath’, plus extra special performances, a delicious three-course meal and one-off cocktails. It will be a night to remember (or forget)! Show your support for Marriage Equality and have a CAMPTASTIC night in the process!

After 33 years of Thrillertainment, one little Melbourne theatre is giving back to the LGBT community, and throwing one hell of a party!

Details:
Date: Thursday 12th June, 7pm
Venue: Dracula’s Cabaret (100 Victoria St Carlton)
Costs: Tickets $95 each ($90 if booking in 12 or more)

To purchase tickets, or for more information, please visit:
https://www.draculas.com.au/bookings/prices

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