The Big Tickle, Berlin’s bawdiest burlesque, opens the Berlin Burlesque Week on the 30th

The Big Tickle Lilly Tiger Verena Gremmel

Berlin’s funniest burlesque revue The Big Tickle wins the honour of opening up the first ever Berlin Burlesque Week – 11 events over 9 days in Berlin of burlesque in all its shapes, sizes and predelictions.

The Big Tickle is renowned as Berlin’s funniest burlesque review, staying sexy while leaving you giggling with glee with their special combination of striptease and slapstick, ladies and laughter, breasts and bawdiness, glamour and hamming it up.

The Big Tickle opens the burlesque week with a variety of guests from Germany and farther afield

Presented by two of Berlin’s burlesque legends, Lilly Tiger and Champagne Sparkles, The Big Tickle opens the burlesque week with a variety of guests from Germany and farther afield, with Daniel Stern, New Yorker and now Berlin resident, will act as presenter, the headline act is Gigi Praline from Finland, plus acts including Ireland’s Soup Du Jour, a comedic force of nature, moustachioed Madame Kiki Bouh from France, Loulou Lipstick from Belgium, the Munich duo The Fabulous Fräuleins, Ruby Tuesday and Kitty Kokett (who founded the famous Glitterama burlesque show) and more…

Make sure you don’t miss this great show and Berlin Burlesque Week opener!

Also on the stage will be one of the show’s co-producers Lilly Tiger, full of verve and humour and a wildcat in the spotlight. The other producer and originator of The Big Tickle is of course Champagne Sparkles, now back in Canada

Make sure you don’t miss this great show and Berlin Burlesque Week opener!

Photo by Verena Gremmel

The BIG Tickle! A Comedy Burlesque Revue
Samstag 30. April
Ballhaus Berlin
Chausseestr. 102
10115 Berlin

Einlass: 20:00
Beginn: 21:00
Tickets: Eventbrite 15€ VVK, 20€ AK

Info:
info@ballhaus-berlin.de
http://www.ballhaus-berlin.de
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Noel Maurice is one of the founders of indieberlin. Originally from the UK via a childhood in Johannesburg, he has been resident in Berlin since 1991. Describing himself as a 'recovering musician', he is the author of The Berlin Diaires, a trilogy detailing the East Berlin art and squat scene of the early 90s, available on Amazon and through this site.

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