Funny Girls Halloween Show starring Betty Legs Diamond at Contact

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Funny Girls Halloween Show starring Betty Legs Diamond at Contact
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Funny Girls Halloween Show starring Betty Legs Diamond at Contact Theatre, Manchester 31 October 2023 Tickets from £27.00 — Book now

What better way to mark Halloween than with a trip to Contact to see the Funny Girls Halloween Show? Starring the legendary razor-sharp Betty Legs Diamond alongside the Funny Girls follies, this is a spooky spectacle packed with cabaret, comedy and drop-dead gorgeous costume.

An original sashaying starlet, Betty Legs Diamond has been a part of Funny Girls since the venue first opened its doors on Queen Street, Blackpool in 1994. The venue has attracted audiences for almost 30 years with its burlesque drag shows and unforgettable cabaret.

Promising to make “audiences howl with laughter and scream with pleasure”, don’t miss Betty and her crypt kicker dancers in this special Funny Girls Halloween Show at Contact.

Funny Girls Halloween Show starring Betty Legs Diamond at Contact Theatre, Manchester 31 October 2023 Tickets from £27.00 Book now

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