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Bohemian burlesque festival
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Seventh annual Bohemian Burlesque Festival:
20th to 24th of September 2023 

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Bohemian Burlesque Festival is the biggest burlesque event in the Czech republic, formerly called Bohemia. We invite all the world bohemians, burlesque and cabaret performers to join us for this amazing weekend in magical Prague,

full of history and old world charm and in the cool hip city of Brno.

The annual Bohemian Burlesque Festival was founded to promote

the art of burlesque and cabaret in the Czech republic and in Central and Eastern Europe, to foster cooperation in the European region and to welcome performers of all ages, sizes and genders from around the world to the burlesque heart of Europe.

Watch this video from our 2016 festival to get the taste of our past years


Bohemian burlesque festival

Bohemian Burlesque was founded by Angelica G. L´Amour in 2013. Its mission is to produce lavish burlesque and cabaret events in the Czech republic and in New Zealand, which is Angelica´s adopted home country.

Bohemian Burlesque has produced the first international burlesque show in the Czech republic and the first ever burlesque show in Brno with four international guests in September 2013 in prestigous venues like Lucerna cinema and Semilasso. 

The format under Kabaret BurLesk show brand was to do two shows in one weekend, one in Prague, one in Brno.

BB went on to produce five more shows under this brand. In 2015 BB produced the first Bohemian Cabaret in New Zealand and then the first annual Bohemian Burlesque Festival in 2016, followed by new monthly shows season of Bohemian Cabarets in Prague in 2017.

The name was chosen to increase the knowledge of the original meaning of the word Bohemian-Czech, among English speakers. Back in the days the French thought, the gypsies came from the kingdom of Bohemia, hence they called them bohemians and that is how the better known meaning of the word came to be derived. We in burlesque are certainly socially unconventional and in the arts, so the derived meaning is a perfect fit too.


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