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Discotheque a Gogo

Where
The Vanguard
The Vanguard
42 King Street, Newtown NSW 2042
When

Thursday 23 March from 6pm to 10pm

Cost

Starting from: $65

Step back in time and enjoy a lively variety show inspired by the sights and sounds of Sydney nightlife in the 1960s.

From Whisky a Gogo podium dancers to Pink Pussycat burlesque and Les Girls showgirls, Discotheque a Gogo will take you on a psychedelic dance through pop culture's most colourful decade. 

Featuring choreography by 60s Gogo sensation Bridie Doll, the soulful musical harmonies of The Roslyns, dynamic dance duo Kelly Ann Doll and the Tasteless Gentleman and the return of Sydney burlesque royalty Tasia – and more – you’re in for a treat!

Starring:

  • TASIA

  • Bridie Doll

  • The Roslyns

  • Asuma Jender

  • Kelly Ann Doll and The Tasteless Gentleman

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