Burlesque show on Thursday night at Red Deer’s International Beer Haus

Local comedy music/duo The Dirrty Show supports the seductive female dancers

A burlesque show called Netflix and Chill is on Thursday night in Red Deer.

Five seductive female dancers from Edmonton, Calgary and Red Deer will be performing some sensual, naughty numbers from 8:30 p.m. at the International Beer Haus.

The Femme Fatale’s Fabulous Floozy show dancers are: Laynie Lovelace from Red Deer, Calgary’s Ivy La Flaeur, Jezebel Sinclair, Miss Vi Vacious, and Edmonton’s Sadie Sedusa.

The sultry, cabaret-style show will be hosted by Red Deer’s The Dirrty Show. The comedy/music duo will be bringing their own risque, double-R rated material to the stage.

Tickets are available from ticketfly.com or The Soundhouse in Red Deer.

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