Each night The Cheese Girls are joined by guest artists to present an interesting hour of entertainment. Even though it's a seven o'clock show, the burlesque performances will astound the prudish with a finale of exposure unseen before eight o'clock. Nevertheless, The Butterfly Club crowd was encouraging and cheered the performers and some even dared participate in the frivolity.
To open, Craig Delaland serenaded us with seductive poetic songs of love from Japan and Paris. Tom Dickins entertained us with his new song 'I Love Women' inspired by a man with a terrible blonde toupe and a penchant for felines and cunnilingus. Guess who?
Guest artist Tiki Amazon upped the tempo and stormed the floor abducting Santa and having her way. Showstopper provided some 'boylesque' for gender balance and Sugar St Claire wooed us with her ukelele and then progressed to delight us with her steamy affair with a dentist, without removing a single thread. Sexy and empowering!
The Cheese Girls finale is definitely a cue to put all children to bed. This is not a family show and would likely awaken your grandmother from the dead - so leave your children at home, and head upstairs to the bar, secure a cocktail, and enjoy the ride.
The Cheese Girls – not for the faint-hearted – and nothing to do with curds and whey, nor the French dairy farming industry.