[First filed: October 14, 2008 @ 11:57
Second filing: November 06, 2008 @ 12:36]
Last May’s Jester Ball put on by Tom Woodward was a raging success with a good time had by all.
A new mob have now taken up the torch and are trying to move the concept on.
So if dressing up and freaking out at the Albert Hall appeals to you then get down to Landspeed Records in Garema Place for a ticket.
More details on their Myspace page which lists the ball as an 101 year old woman and says of the event:
- “Send in the clowns, drown in the wine, sway with the glamour, and dance with me til the end of love. The Kiss Club invites you to its 2008 Masquerade Ball. To be held at the Albert Hall on the 21st of November the Pink & Black Jester Ball is set to be the biggest night of 2008. We begin with the haunting murmur of Llyod Allison-Young’s keys of fire and brimstone, then funk it up to the sounds of Sydney DJ Trevor Brown of Gypsy Dub Soundsystem. Splashes of burlesque from the Magnificent Liberte Belle will delight, as will the bodies that move among you from Min Mae’s Tableaux Mouvant. But the real kicker is this: 5 local designers have created all new lines inspired by Love and Little Dove Theatre Art in Pink & Black. This is a parade not to be missed! Then swirl your bosom as you dance the night away to the always soulful and funkadelique Andi & George Band.”
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