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GALWAY CITY'S monthly instalment of sauce, decadence, and glamour, The Dirty Circus, returns to the Róisín Dubh on Saturday July 6, with another feast of burlesque and cabaret.
MOTHER'S DAY and Britain's act of national madness, otherwise known as Brexit, will be referenced in the next Dirty Circus burlesque and cabaret night, entitled Momma’s Backstop Show.
As the New Year progresses Garbo’s is getting its music acts together for 2019 and kicks off on Friday February 15 with The Dirty Circus.
THE FIRST circus took place in 1768 when Philip Astley drew out a ring on an abandoned patch of land in London’s Waterloo and presented a show featuring bareback riders, jugglers, acrobats, clowns, and strong men.
AS THE weather struggles to improve and resemble something like the start of a summer, The Dirty Circus burlesque and cabaret night will return to the Róisín Dubh to inject some heat and sizzle into the atmosphere.
BACKBONE, the critically acclaimed new show from the award winning circus and physical theatre group, Gravity & Other Myths, has been announced for the 2018 Galway International Arts Festival.
THE LIGHTS will be low, but the spirits are sure to be high, as leading burlesque performers hit the stage of the Róisín Dubh for another night of naughtiness, decadence, and glamour at The Dirty Circus.
IT'S CALLED the 'No Pants' party, but this is not an invitation to turn up with no trousers on to the next Dirty Circus at the Róisín Dubh. It just means you had better have a good excuse to justify whatever will be covering your legs on the night!
RENOWNED AUSTRALIAN circus troupe Casus makes its second visit to the Galway International Arts Festival with Driftwood. It previously played the festival in 2013 with international smash hit Knee Deep, which won Best Circus & Physical Theatre awards at both the Adelaide Fringe and Avignon festivals.
THE DIRTY Circus will deliver a night of the most fantastic, sauciest, and craziest cabaret imaginable when it returns to the Róisín Dubh, and among the performers is Bonnie Boux, Miss Burlesque Ireland Showgirl of the Year 2016.