One of the biggest names in burlesque is coming back to Fayetteville this month.
The multi-talented Go-Go Amy is bringing her Pretty Things Peepshow to Apple Blossom Brewing Co. on Friday, Feb. 19.
For those who aren’t familiar, The Pretty Things Peepshow is a naughty bawdy variety show where nostalgia meets new. In this vintage inspired Vaudeville show you will see sword swallowing, knife throwing, burlesque, whip cracking, stripping puppets, contortion, comedy, quick change magic, a dog who does card tricks and more! This curious cast of characters has performed in 12 countries and now these world traveling entertainers are bringing their special blend of sexy spectacle to Fayetteville.
Rachel and Charlie Atlas, also known as the Death Do Us Part Danger
Show. Rachel is a siren of swords. Not only is she an accomplished sword swallower but she has also constructed a ladder made of razor sharp swords which she ascends with such beauty and grace you will soon see why she is known as the ballerina of the blades! This delicious daredevil also acts as the target for her Scottish strong man husband Charlie Atlas who is an impalement artist skilled in the the arts of knife throwing and whip cracking.
Rasputin’s Marionettes, the prestidigitator of puppetry will be pulling the strings of his naughty puppets as well as singing and dancing his way into your heart.
Go-Go Amy, the girl with the scarlet tresses and million dresses, will have your sides splitting as she guides you through your vaudevillian journey hosting the show as well as doing quick change magic, burlesque and contortion. She will be joined by the card tricking canine Scraps the dog who will have your tail wagging with her adorable magic tricks.
Doors open at around 10 p.m. and the show will begin at around 10:30 p.m.
Tickets are $15 in advance, or $20 the day of the show. To purchase, visit eventbrite.com .
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