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Journey through the decadent 1920s with the Deco Dolls
June may be the beginning of a cold and gloomy winter, but The Cabaret Fringe Festival is sure to warm things up with the Deco Dolls performing on the 3rd and 10th of June at Nexus Arts.
With a lineup of some of the most talented and experienced Burlesque performers within Australia, Deco Dolls are returning after two successful sell-out seasons in Adelaide Fringe 2016 and 2017 that landed them an impressive four-star rating
Deco Dolls are sure to dazzle the crowd with a dynamic and glamorous display that will take you back to the golden era of the 1920s and 30s. There's more than dancing and burlesque, as these beauties fill the room with their vivacious personalities and unique routines that also include singing, customised humorous acts (think slapstick with a mix of glitz) and an addition of an aerialist.
Viola Verve and Lilly Evans return to the Cabaret Fringe Festival 2017
Deco Dolls wowed audience members at the Adelaide Fringe 2017 with a selection of renowned performers including Camilla Cream and Cyd Starling. But with a whole new cast, including returning appearances from the beautiful Viola Verve, Lilly Evelyn and Lyra La Bell, I can only imagine that guests will be treated to a fresh and revamped spectacle that will be nothing short of amazing. Deco Dolls have also just announced that ladies Amy Heather, GiGi la De`esse and Evelyn D'laine, among others, will join them onstage at this year's Cabaret Fringe Festival.
Amy Heather will make her first appearance for the Deco Dolls in June