Tied and Tasseled hosts 'Horrors and Villains' Halloween burlesque show

The Tied and Tasseled Fetish Cabaret is celebrating Halloween with a spooky, sexy burlesque show.

Roughly a dozen burlesque performers will present “Horrors and Villains” on Thurs., Oct. 21 at Club One on Jefferson St. downtown. Doors will open at 8 p.m., and the show will begin at 9 p.m.

Mandi Fru Fru is a burlesque performer and a co-producer of Tied and Tasseled. She says that for seven years, the troupe has put on performances every other month for Savannahians who are looking for a flirtatious, fun night out. 

“This show is one of our biggest because it’s around our anniversary,” Fru Fru said. “Halloween is pretty much everyone in the troupe’s favorite holiday, so they really go all out and put a lot into their performances.”

Fru Fru says she can guarantee that the audience will see something they’ve never seen before.

 “They’re going to see a lot of really fun takes on classic horror villains that they’ll instantly recognize,” she said. “But they’ll also see some new characters that our performers have made.”

Fru Fru says a Tied and Tasseled show leaves both performers and guests feeling empowered and excited. 

“It’s my biggest confidence boost. Being on stage is where I feel the most comfortable in my skin, so it’s my little self-care, self-love moment,” Fru Fru said. “I feel like a lot of times, people [in the audience] get a similar confidence boost. Seeing someone with a body type like theirs, or hair like theirs on stage, it can inspire them to look and feel just as good.”

VIP tickets are already sold out for “Horrors and Villains,” but general admission tickets can be purchased at clubone-online.com. The show will be followed by at free drag show at 11 p.m. downstairs at Club One.

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Lauren Wolverton

Lauren Wolverton is self-described storyteller, fashion addict and lover of lattes. At Connect Savannah, she is a journalist and a strategic marketing consultant. Wolverton grew up between Georgia and Mississippi, then went on to graduate from Mississippi State University. A job as a news producer at a local television...
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