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Keep cookin', good lookin'.

Keep cookin', good lookin'.
At the end of Trivial Tease, she said to me…

“Sometimes as you get older you feel more closed off. Its not exactly a sadness. Its more of a numbness. But after this (Trivial Tease) I feel suddenly more awake on in the inside. I wouldn’t normally come to something like this, but I’m so glad we did. It’s just made me feel alive again. It was fabulous.”
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A little burlesque can go a long way- Bamboozle inspires Emily Small in Sydney community development project

A little burlesque can go a long way- Bamboozle inspires Emily Small in Sydney community development project
Emily Small saw Bamboozle's U.S.Oh! Show in early 2017. She was so inspired by the show and its “strong female characters” that she went on to create her own community project: “I was blown away by the strong female roles, atmosphere and ascetics of this Burlesque show. I saw the potential Burlesque has to make a strong statement....I wanted to give isolated young women a chance to be visible, to express themselves and feel empowered"
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Trivia is now a wild mix of brains, brawn and boobs with Trivial Tease.

Trivia is now a wild mix of brains, brawn and boobs with Trivial Tease.

Through out the ages Aussie pub trivia nights have served as a magical bridge between bogan piss-ups and the pseudo intellectualism of intelligence posturing. How do trivia nights transcend the culture chasm between these demographics? Its it a human compulsion for one-up-manship, no matter how pathetically meaningless? Is it human greed incited by the lure of the “ca$h prize”? Is it that the pressure of talking to a member of the opposite sex is diminished when in a social setting devoid of all romantic or sexual atmosphere? These are questions that...

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