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Not your typical dinner date at The Birdcage

Photo source: Vancouver Tourism Dine Out Vancouver

Straight out of the movies, The Birdcage comes to you...with a slight twist of course!

The film's flashy drag bar in South Beach is recreated for one night at Vancouver FanClub, complete with an elevated catwalk and a mezzanine dancefloor. The two-level entertainment facility provides the perfect venue for a stellar cabaret show with some local talent -- Vancouver's celebrity Drag Queens Joan-E, Carlotta Gurl, and Coco. 

Enjoy a three course dinner during the show from the Chefs at Vancouver FanClub, and delve in to a meal inspired by the vibrancy and flavours of New Orleans, with a West Coast influence.The restaurant is known for its signature in-house smoked meats, as well as their smoked cocktail, the Bullet Bourbon. While you enjoy your meal eleven high-heeled, sparkling performances will keep you dazzled and entertained. 

Date: January 31
Doors: 7:00pm
Dinner: 7:30pm
Show: 8:30pm
Location : Vancouver FanClub, 1050 Granville Street
Cost: $30* $50**

*includes welcome cocktail, upper level seating, show and tax. Ticketing fee, additional beverages and gratuity not included.

** includes welcome cocktail, cabaret area seating, three course dinner, show, and tax. Ticketing fee, additional beverages and gratuity not included.

To purchase tickets visit the Dine Out Festival website.  

Partial proceeds benefit the Vancouver Friends for Life Society.

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