General News · 22nd March 2012
To all discerning, consenting adults who like to get their funny bones tickled, here is an invitation to an evening of Titillating Variety. The Tsk Tsk Revue is a cabaret style show conceived in the wilds of Lasqueti Island to aid the condition known as “bushed”. It also provides a stage for the group of local performers who sometimes want to play dirty. After five annual November shows on Lasqueti Island which provoked by celebrating sensuality and comedy, the wacky revue is touring to a venue near you.
The Tsk Tsk troupe comprises twenty lively, strange, hilarious, and talented singers, dancers and actors conspiring to entertain. Meet Billy Blackfoot of rapping fame. Experience Super Wet Nurse. Get teased by temptress Tlulah Moon. Witness Big Love. Fall for a Gerry Can CanCan girl or a Backwoodz Boy. Get lost in Madame JoJo’s croon. Shake Harry Palms hand. Peak under a Woodsman’s Kilt. Also expect to see some guest stars from your own community.
This is contemporary commentary and entertainment cultured in this crazy world in the way of old school burlesque. According to the dictionary Burlesque is a comically exaggerated imitation of something. The words absurd and striptease also come up in the definition. If you need to laugh and want to be part in the Making Of Fun, then please join us at the Gorge Hall on Saturday March 31, 2012. The evening begins with a sensual pre-show dinner catered by Amy Bockner. Titillate your taste buds with a succulent seafood spread. 3 courses include oysters on the half shell, wild salmon w/ nettle pesto, saffron rice pilaf
prosciutto wrapped asparagus, green salad, assorted finger desserts for $22. Seating is limited, so book early to ensure a space! Dinner Tickets will be on sale at the Gorge Marina and Co-Op until March 25th.
Tsk Tsk time is 8:30. $15 tickets sold only at the door. Play with us, please dress to express and impress.
Followed by dancing to the beats of DJ Holmes and DJ Nigel .Adults only due to risqué subject matter. Also seeking designated drivers. Contact Lee Reidl at 935 0266 if you want to volunteer.