This cheesecake is calorie-free

The Cheesecake Burlesque Revue will be in town at the Civic Centre on April 20.

Golden is going to get a lot sassier this week as the girls from the Cheesecake Burlesque get into town.

The next show brought in by Kicking Horse Culture is the Cheesecake Burlesque Revue on April 20 at the Golden Civic Centre.

The group has travelled the world putting on shows filled with sequins, glamour and sass. The girls in the revue represent all different body types, and put on a show that appeals to men and women alike.

“I love the sisterhood I have with my fellow Cheesecakes, the empowering effect we have on people (especially women) in our audiences, and the ridiculous amount of fun I get to have creating, rehearsing, travelling and performing,” said Champagne Sparkles, one of the founding members of the group.

The group is also offering a Sass Class 101 on April 19, also at the Civic Centre. The workshop will teach up to 30 Golden women how to get sassy, in a comfortable, male-free environment.

Tickets for the show, and the Sass Class are available at the Art Gallery of Golden.

Coming up next for Kicking Horse Culture is Blacky and the Rodeo Kings on April 26.

For a full list of upcoming Kicking Horse Culture events, go to kickinghorseculture.ca.

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