Toronto ready to fan the flames of burlesque


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Toronto Burlesque Festival

Europe’s largest burlesque competition, the World Burlesque Games, is heading to Toronto in September for its 2015 North American Semi-Finals. The event, featuring musical performances and acts from previous game winners, will take place at the Phoenix Concert Theatre on Sept. 19. The semi-finalists with the sultriest stripteases will move forward to the Grand Finals in London, U.K. Go to their website for tickets. 

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For its eighth year in a row, the Toronto Burlesque Festival is bringing the most exciting and international Canadian burlesque dancers to the stages of Revival Bar and the Virgin Mobile Mod Club. The four-day festival features a whirlwind of sexy performances, parties and workshops to help festival-goers learn the tricks of the trade from star faculty at their Burlesque University. Visit their website for more information. 

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