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Retro Market - 2015 Perth International Burlesque Festival

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A former newspaper journo and editor, Monique Mulligan is the author of My Silly Mum, Fergus the Farting Dragon, and is a publisher with Serenity Press. Visit www.moniquemulligan.com
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Get your retro on
Get your retro on at this year's Retro Markets, part of the 2015 Perth International Burlesque Festival.

This year there will be two markets - one at Ac-cent Hall in Mandurah on July 11 and one at the Rosemount Hotel in North Perth on July 19.

Hosted by the hilarious Famous Sharron, the markets include spot burlesque performances, door prizes, and peep shows for over 18s (North Perth).

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IMAGE: Esther Longhurst


You'll be able to pick up retro treasures, vintage clothing, replica retro and vintage wares, collectables, and more. It's a real buzz watching people sift through the stalls, some dressed to suit the occasion. I went to the markets in Fremantle last year and managed to score some lovely items.

There's also a retro tea party where you can enjoy a cuppa and some tasty treats. Scones, anyone?

Entry is just $3 at the door and the markets run from noon until 4pm.

The peep shows are at the Four5Nine Bar in the Rosemount Hotel, North Perth on July 19, but tickets are limited and must be pre-booked. Find out more about the peep shows here.

Spots are still available for stallholders. Email A'dora at info@perthburlesquefestival.com with details of what you'd like to display.

For more information about the Perth International Burlesque Festival, click here.

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Why? Perth International Burlesque Festival
When: July 11 and July 19
Where: Mandurah and North Perth
Cost: $3
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