Are you ready for this? You have a shot at Hard Love twice on Saturday the 11th. There’s still tickets for two burlesque performances at 7 and 10 PM at Columbia City Theater.
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This could potentially be the icebreaker you need if you’re pursuing that someone special. Because this spectacle promises loads of raunch, laughter and politically incorrect humor, you’re palate will be best served with a little help from Have A Heart Skyway.
This is especially true if you’re looking for more than hard love, stop in at the Skyway’s best Seattle weed store. All of South Seattle gets the finest bud here, as do those traveling from Renton. Check the Skyway Have A Heart Menu first, see what they got. Chances are, you’ll spot some kind bud you favor in a flash, and you’ll be lighting a fat spliff right before you enter the show.
Stripped Screw is putting this presentation of Hard Love on for those who like their comedy on the tawdry side. The show is described as running the gamut “from cult pop to fetish to classic glamour.”
Hard Love features special guest The Luminous Pariah, a Seattle-based international interdisciplinary performance artist who tours the globe putting on this type of performance. He’ll be joined by Miz Melancholy and Sinfinity. Supporting and adored acts also performing include Stella D’Letto, Seraphina Fiero, Violet Tendencies and Kutie La Bootie.
The Columbia City Theater is the oldest vaudeville performance venue in the state of Washington and has garnered accolades for its robust acoustics and beautiful stage setting. SPIN Magazine called it, “Seattle’s finest sounding room,” and famous alumni performers include: Jimi Hendrix, Ella Fitzgerald, Quincy Jones and more recently WILCO, The Lumineers, and Chris Cornell. The Columbia City Theater is located at 4916 Rainier Avenue South in Seattle.