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No Frills Twins

Tickets for the popular annual Cabaret 360 are on sale this week. Still in the style of a traditional cabaret, this year’s variety showcase encompasses a larger narrative which takes the audience on a journey through space and time to The Cabaret at the End of the Universe.

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Space Geisha Absinthe Faeries

Overseeing this galactic flight is the Lady Captain (aka the Gracious One). Assisted by the Trolley Dollies and the Space Geisha Absinthe Faeries she will guide you to your destination – a remote space cantina, a lawless zone of shifting dimensions and incredible perceptions.

Presented by Rainbow Region Gigs and Circustrain, the flight includes refreshments, refuelling, emergency procedures plus inflight entertainment from around the galaxy. With three screens and three projectors creating a virtual universe, this mind-bending show includes multi-dimensional dancing, alien opera, rapping, poetry, circus, comedy, music and video art.

Starring the YouTube sensations the No Frills Twins, burlesque legend Wendy Dys, Suzy Leigh, Michele Thomas, Davis Hallett, Connor Cleary, Sue Hird, Madam Plavalaguna, Geoff and Karen Breiger, The Masala Bros, Kym Myer, Ernest and Linda, Shae Indi, JJ Satori, Uzume Welling, Melissa Mcdermott, Carmen Sterland, Split Second, Suellen Baker, Sydney or the Bush and Malena Basser and many more!

There is an after-party on both nights at the newly rebooted Uki Cafe featuring the chilled grooves of electro duo Hypnolia.

Tickets are on sale now from Organic Revolution, Main St, Murwillumbah, and The Uki Supermarket, at $35/ $30 (concession card). Phone reservations 6679 5074.

Uki Hall Friday, July 24, and Saturday, July 25. Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm show.


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