What: Spiegeltent Masquerade Ball // Where: Waterfront, Bristol (BS1 5LL) // When: Sat 20th Dec (7pm – late) // Cost: £22
Undoubtedly one of the highlights of the 2013 season, and sold out before any other event, the Spiegeltent returns this festive season to Bristol with its now annual masked ball, for another night of dazzling revelry, mischievous mayhem and good ol’ fashioned frolics!
This coming Saturday a very fine cast of cabaret performers, bands and DJs will deliver a top notch evening of entertainment and music in this most beautiful of settings. All they ask is that you come dressed in some wonderous creation, smart and dapper or super slinky and, of course, get your mitts on a mask for the occasion.
Highlights this year will include a magnificent show of cabaret with super hot Brazilian carnival dancers Rebelado, the very English ‘tweed-sporting-pipe-smoking’ Mr B Gentleman Rhymer, No Fit State Circus hand balancer Anne-Fay, and finally, the very dreamy August.
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