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Dr Sketchy’s Art Class & Cabaret, Taboo Revue Burlesque, One Week Job and more

Some nice, spicy and sweet events this week for you. A bit of burlesque - to watch and to draw! - art, movies, some dancing. All you need for a honeysweet weekend. Enjoy!

Steve Williams (the Honey Bee) with Ajay Masala Puri (the Spicy Masala Bee) & Lorien Henson (the Queen Bee)


Dr Sketchy’s & Camilla d’Errico

Jan 16 | 2PM & 7 PM Sharp! |The Beaumont Studios | $20  - Seating Is Limited

 Part art class, part cabaret and an evening of cocktails, drawing and decadence! The Dr Sketchy's Art Star Series features burlesque art models dressed as characters from the paintings of Vancouver based artists. Local art star, Camilla D'Errico, will be at this special Dr Sketchy's and expect to see her paintings come to life on stage for this 3 hour drawing session!  You bring your art supplies and Little Miss Risk and Little Woo will pose as girls from Camilla's anime inspired paintings on a 360 degree stage for your sketching delight.


Taboo Revue Burlesque Variety Show

Fri Jan 14 8PM-late | Wise Hall | $17 adv / $20 door

 

The Taboo Revue is Vancouver’s biggest and longest running Burlesque show. It features an ever changing lineup of singing, dancing, variety, comedy and striptease acts. The show is funny, sexy and empowering and is a great time for everyone.

 


One Week Job

Jan 15 | 2 PM | Pacific Cinematheque | $5 -12

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