BawdyHouse Burlesque - August 16th, 2006

BAWDYHOUSE BURLESQUE is an evening of comedy, drag, live music, and burlesque. Mistress of ceremonies, Miss Kitty Galore. Performances include the Saucy Tarts, purveyors of genuine Queen Street CanCan; special guest Mirha-Soleil Ross performs "Dearest John," an ode to good clients; Tanya Cheex, hip-shakin', heart-breakin' Glamazon; the WhoreMoans, grungeriot grrrl band; soprano opera star Helene DuCharme with award winning concert pianist Troy Yorke; Karine Silverwoman performs, "The Golden Silhouette"; Valerie Scott, stand up Madam; Illogik, hip-hop from Babylon.

For more information on some of our performers, please check out their websites:

Miss Kitty Galore - Mistress of Ceremonies. Also performing Zombie lap dance.

The Saucy Tarts - Original Queen Street CanCan.

Helene DuCharme singing opera with award winning concert pianist Troy Yorke

Tanya Cheex Hip shakin’, heart breakin’ Glamazon.

Mirha Soleil Ross performs an ode to her "dearest johns"

Illogik is a local Toronto area producer MC, fusing a radical political message with hot beats and rhymes.  Inspired to bring the message of revolution to the people in the form of hip hop, Illogik doesn't pull any punches in his rhymes.  He'll tell you exactly how he see's the world, and won't hesitate to tell you his opinion on a variety of subjects, from the lies and manipulations of the War on Terror and the War on Drugs, to personal life lessons that have helped him grow.  Illogik's debut album "The Resistance" is his manifesto for the future, helping to expose the lies of the NWO over top of gritty beats and rhymes.

The Whoremoans Toronto’s own riot grrl punk band.

BawdyHouse Burlesque Sponsors

Cyberites.com - A 100% Canadian Owned and Operated Retailer of Adult Toys, Novelties, Pleasure Products, Lingerie and countless other intimate enhancements. They have donated a $150 gift certificate.

Good For Her: Celebrating Women's Sexuality - has donated a surprise gift.

Aslan Leather - The best in strap-on sex. They have donated a a high quality harness. (reatil value $100 )

Animalistic Pet Supply, 817 Dundas Street West - has donated a high quality red leather dog collor and leash. (retail value $70)

Pet Value, 240 Carlton Street - has donated a a beautiful cat tree consisting of 2 carpeted houses (with nicely designed trees) & a separate landing on top. A veritable cat house. (retail value $120)

Menagerie Pet Shop, 549 Parliament Street - has donated a "Cat It" drinking fountain which holds up to 3 lbs of re-circulating water. Includes purifying filter. Also good for puppies and small dogs. (retail value $120)

Village Gate Animal Hospital, 1357 Bathurst Street (just south of St Clair) - has donated a a 10 lb bag of Hill's prescription cat food. (retail value $44.50)

Parliament Furniture, 465 Parliament Street - has donated a very cute clock. (retail value $25)

Eclectisaurus Inc., 249 Gerrard Street, East - This is a great shop that sells mint condition object d'art from 1940's to 1970's at reasonable prices. They have donated a $100 gift certificate.

Fire on the East Side Cafe & Restaurant, 6 Gloucester Street - known for its good food and ambiance - are donating a $100 gift certificate.

St. Jamestown Steak & Chops, 516 & 518 Parliament Street - A nice family owned store, specializing in fresh meat, fish, prepared produce & an eat-in deli. They have donated a $50 gift certificate.

The Toronto Sun Newspaper - has donated 8 tickets to the Hockey Hall of Fame. (retail value $140)

The Epicure Shop, 473 Parliament St., Toronto, Ontario Gourmet Food Shop, specialities include gift baskets and catering. They have donated a $40.00 gift certificate.

SPOC would also like to give special thanks to the following for helping to make this event possible...

Renee for her generous donation of time and artistic energy that went into the creation of the BawdyHouse Burlesque Poster.

re-print copy and printing limited for donating 200 color copies of the BawdyHouse Burlesque poster.

EYE magazine for their generous donation of ad space for this event.

m-pty magazine for their donation of ad space & recent article about SPOC.