We are having a show break at the moment as we are super busy here at Cutter Towers!
Hopefully we can welcome the show back in the new year with bigger and better events!
This burlesque & cabaret show is an extravaganza of tease & sleaze, Decadence & frivolity, featuring only the very best national & international acts.
The show is held at The Nines, a beautiful cabaret club with stage level seating and balcony, (5-15 Dalkeith street, Barrow-in-Furness, LA14 1SP) with a fully seated venue decked out to create an unforgettable atmosphere and a unique event experience!
The show will be held quarterly.
Even though there is no official dress code we really appreciate it if our audience gets into the spirit and glam's up for the frivolities - corsets, suits, spatz, boas, hats, tux, evening dress and sequins are all accepted.
Dapper chaps and Delightful chapettes.
pin-up queens and bequiffed gents.
Suits and dresses.
Vintage gals and retro guys.
Although if this isn't your bag don't worry yourself silly, wear whatever you are happy in! :D
Doors open 8pm, first acts are on at 9pm, we will have two intervals for smoking, toileting, etc...
We are hope for sell out shows, therefore pre-sale tickets are available on a first come first served basis, though 150 spaces are saved for on the door admission, so pop along!
Tickets are non-returnable/non-refundable.
Over 18’s only - bring some ID if you think you might need it ;p
Also an event organiser and promoter, Daisy can create bespoke and unique burlesque hen packages, as well as booking performers for most events.
Specialising in burlesque, music hall, vaudeville and vintage.
She has a wide spectrum of performers to choose form, workshop tutors, vintage hostesses, circus acts, freakshow performers, classical burlesque artists, pole performers , plus much much more!
She can hand pick and book people to suit the budget and style of your event, party or wedding.
The reason our event is called Gaza Strip!
There are countless pubs and working men's clubs located across Barrow. Barrow has fourteen of the latter, one of the highest number per capita of any British town. There are also many bars and clubs found primarily in Barrow town centre on Duke Street and Cornwallis Street. Popular venues on Duke Street include the following bars: Jefferson's, the Lounge, Bar Cairo, Yates's. Cornwallis Street – often dubbed the "Gaza Strip" by locals – is currently undergoing a multi-million pound renovation with the former Martini's being the flagship renovation into Club M. Other clubs on Cornwallis Street include: Kavanna's, O'Sullivan's and Skint. Between 2004 and 2010 Barrow was home to one of North West England's largest nightclubs, the 2,500 capacity Blue Lagoon occupied the entire hull of the former Danish ferry Princess Selandia which still remains moored at Town Quay, Buccleuch Dock.