Bawdsville – Dark Carnival

An evening of cabaret presented by Bawdsville
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For it is time for the darkness and the disease to pervade your very souls.

This Halloween, the Dark Carnival is harvesting once again for a night of malevolent and murky endeavours.

Let your dreams be turned to darkness; let loose your inner demons for an evening of sordid bacchanalian treasures and some unfortunate cabaret pleasures.

With your Dark Ring-Mistress Natasha of ‘The Night’ and Resident Oddities Ophelie Frenchkiss, Little Madame & Miss Good Ness Gracious and Twisted Guests Lou Safire, Odelia Opium & Siobhan Firefly.

Joining the madness are the Bawdvillians – Lady Baps, The Great Topolski & Baby Plunga.

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30 Nov
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30 Nov
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30 Nov
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27 Nov
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25 Nov
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23 Nov

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