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Crystal Bar provides the perfect setting for Crystal Boudoir - blink and you'll think you are in 1920s Paris. Dancers wear handmade sequined costumes that will captivate, their moves choreographed perfectly to the Sexy Lounge music. Crystal Bar...more
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Lower Ground Floor 1 Martin Pl, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
Fabulous place for double date night. Dancers are incredibly talented and vibrant, vocalist was amazing and the sax player killed it. Show started on time at 9pm with multiple different dance sequences, ending around 11ish. Great for couples, groups and hens parties. Dancing after the...More
Let's just say we were so bored we left. Thought there we going to be beautiful burlesque costumes and a great show, disappointed. The singer slaughtered Adele, Amy and Annie. The choreography was dismal, the costumes were dull, one of the girls looked totally zoned...More
This 1920's styled burlesque show is a quality night out. Talented performers enthralled the audience with great routines and sensual entertainment. The audience was fully engaged, most dressed in appropriate attire, a top night was had.
Will definitely visit here again
The show is not for the prudish people, whilst there is no nudity, the performers are quite scantily clad 😊
Plenty of appeal for guys and girls.
Had a good combination of professional dancing delivered with a twist, very entertaining.
The only negative was it...More
The entertainers were amazing. The venue is very authentic and intimate. The show went from strength to strength and got the audience hooked very quickly. I was honestly sad when they finished because I just wanted more. I went with my husband but there was...More
For a two hour show there were way too many breaks.
At least a half hour of deafening music to start and then some very average dancing. No sign of burlesque. I don't think they know what it is.
Our seats were poor with...More
I thought the pricing of about $45 was fairly expensive considering the entertainment. The show was supposed to start at 9:30 but started just after 10. And still finished at the regular time of 11. Crowded and difficult to get to the bar. The acts...More
We had a Hens Night here Sat 6/2/16. Our group had Tappas which was really nice in restaurant before the show. Show was all male, very athletic and entertaining. Singer was great too. The music the DJ pumped out was really good. Everybody in our...More
The show was great, thoroughly enjoyed, would have liked to see more, the acts improved as the show progressed. The service though not so good, all tables were set up with candles and water, ours did not, after several requests for the same we gave...More
Friends and I booked for 50th Birthday celebration. Dinner was an interesting array of food. Chicken was not cooked thoroughly and unfortunately courses did not make sense - really did not go well together. Staff were lovely.
Burlesque show was also rather disappointing with only...More
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