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Sponsored show: The Batman Ball, a Burlesque and Batusi Dance Party!

Looking for something to do this weekend? If you’re in New York City, you’re in luck! Loopy lovely Lefty Lucy is putting on a Bat-tacular shindig at Slake, 251 W 30th St, NYC.

Photo by Ben Trivett Photography


THIS SATURDAY, you’re Invited to Gotham’s ONLY all Batman-themed burlesque show AND post-show dance party inspired by the 1966 Adam West TV series!

PLUS, since it is the season of giving, we’re offering a holiday discount! Get an additional $5 the online price—that’s $10 off the door price!—when you use code NUDENERD at checkout!

That’s right—come to The Batman Ball—A Burlesque and Batusi Dance Party at Slake and you get:

  • original Batman-inspired burlesque acts from Magdalena Fox, Dee Doll, Mary Cyn, Lefty Lucy, Miss Poison Ivory, Kitty Nights NYC’s Fem Appeal, and Toronto’s Leelando Calrissian & Zilly Lilly PLUS host Fan Cy Feast
  • a hip-shakin’ 1960s Bat-tastic dance party DJ’d by nightlife legend and Toilet Boys front man Miss Guy
  • prizes from Toy Tokyo, original sin cider, Midtown comics, Circlet Press, and Booty and the Geek!

This one night only event is less than a week away, so get your tickets now!https://tinyurl.com/ldbklnd

Sponsored Events: RAWR Vixens & X-Travaganza

Heading to New York for New York ComicCon? So are we! Circlet Press is sponsoring two sizzling hot nerdlesque shows running as part of NYCC week.

Thursday, October 9th, meet cosplay queen Stella Chuu and master of nerdlesque Dangrrr Doll at the Galapagos Art Space at 8pm RAWR! Burlesque’s ComicCon Vixens show. No fandom is safe from the ladies of RAWR! — they’ll give you stripping sorcerers, sexy superheroes, and nude Nazgul, whether you want ’em or not.

Then on Friday, October 10th, head on over to Slake at 7pm to see the Lefty Lucy’s Return of the X-Travaganza! An all X-Men (and X-Women) burlesque blowout. The loopy lovely Lefty Lucy once entertained audiences at Cambridge’s own Alterna-TEASE neo-burlesque conference as a randy Riddler; there’s no telling what she’ll do for (or to) the men and women of Marvel.