That hot summer air has us feeling naughty. If it's going to be hot, let's make it hot, hot, hot! Bringing you all the tease you need to really heat things up, House of Hush brings you a summer-lovin' lineup of performers.
Grab a table for House of Hush Burlesque’s monthly burlesque show at Crash Hotel’s
vintage cocktail bar — go back in time to an era of luxurious outfits, cocktails and a night of classic burlesque with Edmonton and Calgary’s top burlesque performers. Styled after a past era of extravagant parties, this is an intimate show without the separation of stage: burlesque artists will be performing mere inches from your seat. If you're craving glittery costumes, glamour, can-can, or wild gin-soaked revelry – you've come to the right place!
Each monthly show will feature a different headliner and theme: to learn more visit houseofhushburlesque.com/tickets.
TICKETS are $30 per person and include a complimentary feature cocktail, sponsored by Hendrick’s Gin. Doors are at 7pm and the show is at 8pm. The show runs just over an hour, with a short intermission in the middle. Burlesque performers will be teasing and dancing all throughout the room.
*Note, the Crash Hotel lobby is an intimate venue: there is a limit of 48 seats available per show. Expect to be seated at a table with other guests if you are buying 3 or less tickets. Want a table to yourself? You can purchase 4 tickets and get seated at one of our four-top tables, or purchase a VIP table for larger parties (VIP booths seat up to 6, and our largest table seats 8). Coming alone? Please do! We will seat you at the bar and you’ll get a great view of the show.
This is an 18+ show
Book our show for a private event! Get in touch with us at email@example.com to chat about details and availability.
"If you give in to beauty, pleasure, and self-indulgence on a daily basis, not only will you be happier day-to-day, you will be less likely to go off the deep end when it all gets too much and you finally cave in. One must practice the art of hedonism regularly to get really good at it." - Michael Flocker