The Big Tease Soirée

19th October

Tickets On Sale soon

Headliners
Ferri Maya
Rainbow

Host
Tash York

Special Guest Performer
Dolores Daiquiri

Artists
Abbii Allora
Bella Babydoll
Cherry Charleston
Cleo Rapture
Ivy Faerie
Kitty Allure
Marilyn Mocktail
Onya Bones
Summer Dragonfly
Vudu Doll

*MORE TO COME*

The Australian Burlesque Festival presents The Big Tease Soirée

*Celebrating 14 years in 2023*

The Australian Burlesque Festival presents The Big Tease Soirée

The Big Tease Soirée showcases some of the best Australian and international burlesque performers. See them strut their glamorous stuff across our stages, bump’n’grind across the dance floor and tease their way into your hearts.

The Big Tease Soirée celebrates the golden era of vintage tease, sizzling cabaret and variety entertainment.

Don’t miss a glamorous night of elegant classic tease and alluring modern burlesque that will dazzle, delight and stimulate the senses!

We acknowledge this event will take place on Awabakal & Worimi land.

Venue Details
The Gallipoli Legion Club
(The Gal)

Website
www.thegal.com.au

Address
3-5 Beaumont Street HAMILTON NSW 2303

Parking
Street Parking

Accessibility
Limited.
Contact Venue for more information.

Seating
Cabaret Tables & Theatre style

Dress Code
Evening or smart casual

Age Restrictions
18+ event. Adult content.

About the Venue
In the early 1950’s, the President of the Newcastle Branch of the Gallipoli Legion of ANZAC’s, Mr Jack Buxton, realised an opportunity and with the help of the President of the Newcastle Jockey Club, Mr Jack Hibbers, they applied for, and were granted permission to conduct the first race meeting held in Australia on Anzac Day. The proceeds went to the Gallipoli Legion of Anzacs. This continued for 3 years.

With the help of the Rats of Tobruk Association, who had been “adopted” by the Legion as “the Sons of Anzac”, they were able to purchase a property, build a club house and apply for a club and liquor license, which was granted.

The Gallipoli Legion Club was officially opened on 12th November 1955 by Lt. General Sir Leslie Morshead. The Gallipoli Legion Club was erected as a memorial to the men of ANZAC who served in World War One.

‘The Gallipoli Legion of Anzacs Committee last night adopted a plan for “Gallipoli House,” the Legion’s new clubrooms to be built in Beaumont-street, Hamilton, at a cost of about £18,000. The plan shows a 58ft. by 35ft. two-storied brick building with recreation room (25ft. by 37ft.), kitchen, bar, bar lounge, billiards room and offices. The legion’s honorary architect (Mr. C. Hay) said the building would have a modernistic front with an aluminium facade mounted by the legion’s emblem in porcelain enamel. He would call tenders in a few weeks.

The President (Mr. J. Buxton) said the clubrooms would belong to the legion, but be shared by the Newcastle Rats or Tobruk and associate associations. The legion had decided that while one Anzace lived, the legion would own the club, but when the legion terminated with the dealth of the last member, the clubrooms would be taken over by the Rats of Tobruk and associate associations. He said it was hoped the new clubrooms would opened by the Governor-General (Sir William Slim) before next Anzac Day.’ – Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners’ Advocate, 21 October 1954.

Show Policy
*All times subject to change*
*Artist line-up and show content subject to change*
*No photography or recording permitted*

ABF prides itself on providing a safe and inclusive space for our performers and patrons. We do not tolerate harassment, bullying, racism, homophobia, sexism or any kind of disrespect towards our artists, crew, venue staff or other patrons.

Any patron found to be engaging in the above behaviour’s will be asked to vacate the premises immediately.

Refund Policy
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable for any reason including but not limited to:
• change of mind
• missing part or all of an Australian Burlesque Festival event due to late arrival
• unable to attend due to medical/personal reasons*
*Refunds will only be considered due to extenuating circumstances related to Covid-19 – specifically where the Australian Federal and/or State Government authorities mandate an official change/upgrade in regulations and restrictions regarding social distancing and/or large event and large group gatherings.