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Queens, clowns, knife magic and Mr. Bear Congeniality at Big Broad Revue!

Nico at Big Broad Revue by Suzanne Forbes May 10 2019Another lovely event I attended the for the first time, in a very cool and glamorous venue.

Nico is Mr. Bear Congeniality, a Berlin Bruiser, and does stand-up with a twist.

This performance featured a strip and shake!

Dotti Moscati at Big Broad Revue by Suzanne Forbes May 11 2019Big Broad Revue is co-produced by Dotti Moscati, who gave a quick talk about how much she values diversity and inclusion in burlesque.

Same, queen! It’s all about the big, embracing tent. I love a show that welcomes all folx. The next BBRevue show is looking awesome too, I don’t know if I’ll be able to make it with the vast amount of medical procedures both hb and I have in June but I am gonna try like hell. The venue, Zum böhmischen Dorf, is very cool as well!

Liliana Velasquez at Big Broad Revue by Suzanne Forbes April 30 2019The other producer is Liliana Velásquez, the hardest working latex queen in Berlin!

Liliana did her new comedy routine about redacted cause spoilers, you gotta see it yourself and wore two different bespoke latex outfits! Sadly, I could only draw this transp. burgundy and black one. You can catch Liliana’s comedy every Sunday, no matter what, at Sunday Slips.

Miss Mokki at Big Broad Revue by Suzanne Forbes April 10 2019This is Miss Mokki , the doyenne of Iceland burlesque.

She is hilarious, sexy and luminous. She threw knives in her underwear.

We also enjoyed several other performers including local legend Cadbury Parfait and violin-playing contortionist Ellie Steingraeber, whose drawings I will get up shortly- I still gotta get some reference for their costumes 🙂

Wynton Kelly Stevenson at Big Broad Revue by Suzanne Forbes April 30 2019The show finished with a set from Wynton Kelly Stevenson, an amazing musician-sorceror-scientist.

Wynton mixes harmonica, synthesizers and vocals for a sound that is totally unique. I love to hear him perform. There was a rather drunk guy at the show who also clearly loved Wynton’s sound, and he got out of hand and started hollering about “One more! One more!” Liliana, who is both Latina and a former New Yorker, told the dude to chill out in a very firm way. Do Not Mess 🙂 More Liliana and Wynton drawings here.

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