It’s a Bump ‘n’ Grind Valentine!

The 5th Annual Bump & Grind Valentine is on Feb. 7 at The Roxy Theatre

It’s been five years, makin’ love out of nothing at all (except rhinestones)! The Cheesecake Burlesque Revue has been galavanting around the globe and now they’re back and want to show Victoria some love. Join them for an early Valentine’s and let them bump & grind their way into your hearts. They’ve got hearts full of glitter, glamour and giggles, and can’t wait to share.

The Cheesecakes are multiple award winners who have shimmied across stages in Paris, Berlin, LasVegas, NewOrleans, SanFrancisco, Vancouver, Seattle and Victoria to name a few. With influences from cult classics like Priscilla Queen of The Desert to Broadway favourites like Guys and Dolls to imaginative roller coasters like their original Cheesecakes In Space, these girls know how to put on the modern day show-stopper.

The performers are as individual as the stars on the walk of fame – cute, geeky, rock n roll, classic, and elegant – audiences can’t help but have a favourite or two or three! The Cheesecakes are known for their high energy acts, stand out performers, comedic timing, seductiveness and girl-next door accessibility.

The 5th Annual Bump & Grind Valentine is on Feb. 7 at The Roxy Theatre, 2657 Quadra St. Doors 7:30pm, show at 8:30pm. Tickets $22 advance/ $25 at the door.

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