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Review: ‘Club Swizzle’ From the Creators of Award-Winning LA SOIRÉE

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The Creators of award-winning La Soirée present the Perth debut of their show ‘Club Swizzle’ at Fringe World 2018, and it’s deliciously saucy.

Following it’s world premiere at Sydney Opera House, and ahead of it’s international tour in 2018, Club Swizzle has graced Perth’s hottest new venue, The Ice Cream Factory, with a bang!

Filled with everything from outrageous cabaret to air-defying acrobatics and infectious musical revelry, there’s no doubt you’ll be in for an unforgettable night.

The show is hosted by cabaret wunderkind Reuben Kaye, described as “the evil love child of Liza Minelli and Jim Carrey”, who uses their amazing voice and queer hilarity to introduce a diverse range of talent. This talent includes the acrobatic wonders of The Swizzle Boys (yes they are just as enticing they sound), live music from The Unexpected Perks, tap and jazz from Harlem born and raised Dandy Wellington, naughty burlesque from Laurie Hagen, and cabaret from the skating, singing and ukulele playing Amy G.

This is the perfect show for a care-free and immersive night out with friends, with plenty of laughs on the menu and a stage turned bar to ensure it.

Club Swizzle is playing at Perth Fringe 2018 throughout February. For more information and to book your tickets before they sell out,  click here.

In the mean time, here’s a sneak peak of what to expect!

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