Two years of competition has brought us to this point in time, where on Sunday 28 November eight of Australia’s top burlesque stars will be battling it out to claim the top prize and be crowned Miss Burlesque Australia 2021. The finalists from around the country have done away with the rest of the contenders and now they’ll shake, shimmy and strut their stuff against one another. You can see it all on the big screen at Low 302 with dinner and bottomless drinks and even catch a live performance, too.
Miss Burlesque Australia Grand Final at Low 302
As the official viewing venue of the Miss Burlesque Grand Final, Low 302 is going to be putting on a show for the event—literally. Not only will there be live burlesque performances on the night, but guests at Low 302 will also be entertained by a couple of hosts whose comedic chops are fire: the pocket-sized dynamo Kelly Ann Doll and the daring and damn entertaining Memphis Mae.
With these two running the night, and the beautiful decor at Low 302, there’s no better place to see the action. But, you can complete your night and have the complete burlesque experience by adding dinner and a free-flowing drinks package for the evening. With champagne on arrival, this is the VIP experience priced at $140.
If downing drinks all night long is not for you, then maybe a glass of wine will be just fine with your dinner ($100). Otherwise, if you just want to head along to Low 302 for just the show and the Grand Final, a ticket will set you back $80. Can’t make it to Surry Hills on Sunday, then Miss Burlesque Australia has got you covered with a live stream direct to your home for $35.
Battling it out to take the crown of Miss Burlesque Australia off the head of Bettie Bombshell are Citrine Velvetine (QLD), Diesel Darling (NSW), Letitia Stitch (SA), Lucy Lovegun (WA) and Possum Galore (ACT). But to make the competition a bit more thrilling, three wildcards have been thrown into the mix to spice up the competition. They are Connie Curveball (SA), Ginger Foxx (NSW) and Kitty Littéur (WA).
These eight women will be competing across three rounds: Red Carpet Parade, Traditional Burlesque, and Unique Performance. Judging them, critiquing them, and debating who has done what well will be some of Australia’s top burlesque and cabaret performers including Australia’s first lady of striptease Imogen Kelly, the multi-award-winning comedian Reuben Kaye, as well as leader, visionary and 2019 #1 performer in the world Zelia Rose to name just a few.
The Miss Burlesque Australia Grand Final Details
When: 7pm, Sunday 28 November (doors at Low 302 open at 6pm)
Where: Low 302 in Surry Hills, or at home.