The Blue Moon Cabaret brings the splendor of The Atomic Bombshells to the Pampas Room stage April 2.
About The Blue Moon Cabaret:
“Coupled with El Gaucho’s culinary excellence, the Blue Moon Cabaret is well worth the vacation from modernity”– Dlist Magazine
“The Blue Moon Cabaret puts ordinary date nights to shame” – Seattle Weekly
“The fanciest Burlesque this city’s ever seen” – The Stranger
“There’s a new feast at El Gaucho – for your eyes” – Seattle PI
About The Atomic Bombshells:
“The city's most dazzling Burlesque troupe...” - Seattle Weekly
“Their slithery choreography is flawless......Don't miss it!” - Seattle Magazine
Miss Indigo Blue has produced another show-stopping, eye-popping, mouth-watering delight to the Blue Moon Cabaret on Friday, April 2, featuring Seattle’s Burlesque Super-Troupe, The Atomic Bombshells. Originally hailing from the sultry swamps of New Orleans, The Atomic Bombshells have taken the international burlesque scene by storm. As original members of the illustrious Shim Sham Revue in the historic French Quarter, these ladies were taught their bumps n' grinds by the original stars of burlesque's Golden Age. Most recently the Bombshells have spread their “gospel of glitter” overseas, performing sold-out events in Amsterdam, Berlin, Portugal, and Shanghai. The Atomic Bombshells are rarely seen in such intimate environments, and this performance is a rare opportunity to relish in their beauty close up. Featured performers include Honey D. Luxe “The Doe-eyed Darling”, Ruby Mimosa “The Island Flower”, Fanny n’Flames “The Burnin’ Angel”, and Artistic Director Kitten La Rue “The Purrrfect Pet”. Crooner Jasper McCann hosts the evening in the Pampas Room.
Admission includes a four-course, set dinner menu with choice of entree. Full bar and wine list available. Tickets vary in price from $100 to $225 per person and are available at El Gaucho, (206) 728-1337.
El Gaucho® is the Northwest's steakhouse legacy focused on elegant, old-school, tableside service for people celebrating their lives. For more information, call (206) 728-1337 or visit www.elgaucho.com.