A THRILLING, sexy cabaret show, featuring "the most nail-bitingly intense knife-throwing I've ever seen", according to the Pastie Bap website, is coming to Monroe’s Live next month.
The Death Do Us Part Danger Show, featuring knife-throwing, sword-swallowing, fire-eating, roller-skating, escapology, burlesque, magic, and adult humour, comes to the Dominick Street venue, on Friday August 4 at 7.30pm.
The show features husband and wife daredevil duo Charlie and Rachel Atlas; Australian amazonian sideshow goddess Jacqueline Furey, known as the Human Heatwave; Melbourne Captain Ruin, Australia's answer to Harry Houdini. By all accounts the cast will have audiences biting their nails, stamping their feet, and yelling for more. Tickets are €15/€2 from www.monroes.ie