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Doll by Babushka

What did Ken and Barbie do when you weren’t looking?

 Babushka present a crazed and cutesy cabaret all about our first childhood BFF, the doll. Ramping up their range of talents, the Babushka gals will nurse dolls, break dolls and become dolls in their typically surprising arrangements of everything from Queen and Guns 'n' Roses to Destiny’s Child and Offenbach.

 Prepare to be seduced, comforted, tickled and burped through a dark musical comedy experience, drawing from opera, 80s pop, nursery rhymes and rock’n’roll. Take a stroll down the cynical side of memory lane and see the world through your Dolly’s eyes.We yearn to be Barbie, cuddle our Cabbage Patch baby, stick pins in Voodoo dolls (but not in blow-up dolls), and sometimes we behave like baby-dolls ourselves. Babushka beckons you into the Barbie Dreamhouse for a very grown-up play-date... Batteries sold separately.

“...lambasted the audience with raunchy wit, sly humour, sexy asides, and fabulous vocals…”

    Eric Scott - Absolute Theatre

 “Babushka’s “Doll” has all the ingredients of good cabaret: laughs, gasps and a show of genuine talent, and is definitely worth a visit.” - Meredith Walker, Blue Curtains

 “Babushka don't do things by halves, these girls go ga-ga for femme.” – Jessica Bozoky - Scene Magazine 

Buy Tickets
Cheese Platter Cheese Platter Ended
Sat, 08 Oct 2016 07:30 PM 08 Oct 07:30PM Ended
Armitage Centre

Cabaret Style Seating

Table of 6                                     $35.00 each

Single seat at a table                   $39.00

Seating Bank

Adult                                             $35.00

Concession                                   $32.00

Youth Under 25                           $25.00

Empire Cardholder                      $30.00

Age Rating

PG 15+ (Course language, adult themes)

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