There’s stockings aplenty in An Evening of Burlesque at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange

16:25 20 February 2013

Burlesque

Burlesque

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DIRECT from London’s West End, Britain’s biggest burlesque spectacular returns to the Kings’s Lynn Corn Exchange on Friday March 1, with an all-star cast of elegant, beautiful girls.

Its all tease and no sleaze, as corsets, killer heels, stockings aplenty, sultry vocals and fun collide,

Showcasing award winning talent from across the country, its an opportunity to see some of the world’s biggest burlesque stars in the flesh.

Back in vogue, this all-encompassing spectacular brings variety back to the theatre, combining comedy, magic and vocal harmony with breathtaking choreography and a fabulous score.

The show is for adults only, and tickets cost £23. Contact the box office on 01553 764864.

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