Suicide Girls bring Blackheart Burlesque to the Beacham on Friday

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DEREK BREMNER
  • Derek Bremner
Oh, the Suicide Girls. Thousands of tatted pinup girls post seductive pictures on their website and social media to demonstrate that beauty comes in all different forms. Beauty could be Coralia holding a can of Steel Reserve while scantily clad in an American flag bathing suit. Or perhaps beauty is Waikiki giving a little peek of her cheeks in the middle of a street. They say there’s someone for everyone, and that rings especially true with the babes in Suicide Girls. But these smokin’ seductresses don’t just tease their millions of fans over the Internet. They take the show on the road with a sexy burlesque act that combines ass-shaking Suicide Girls and nerdy Holy Grails like Star Wars, Orange Is the New Black, Donnie Darko and A Clockwork Orange. Luckily for you, they’ll be stopping by the Beacham this Friday, so you should probably check it out… you know, for science.

6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6 | The Beacham, 54 N. Orange Ave. | 407-246-1419 | thebeacham.com | $25-$110


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