Tits the Season! Virtual Show

Tits the Season! Virtual Show

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Come join the naughty list with us — online!

After two sold out shows this December, we’re bringing the holiday fun to you! Watch us dance, prance, and shake our (snow)globes from the comfort of your own home.

Vancouver’s naughtiest and nicest new holiday tradition is an over-the-top festive extravaganza featuring Vancouver’s best drag, burlesque, circus, and variety performers! The bow on top of this holiday present is that the show will be headlined by the one and only Jimbo — who you may know as the notorious favourite from Season 1 of Canada’s Drag Race. This holiday spectacular is sure to keep you warmer than a cup of mulled wine, so meet us under the mistletoe — yule definitely be entertained!

Check out our teaser here! 

Starring:

Headliner: Jimbo

Matt The Human

Madam Lola

Renée Mak Circus

Ariel Helvetica

Shirley Gnome

Disco Squad

Layna Emerald

Lynx Chase

Helvetica’s Follies

Host: Miss Kiss

About Helvetica Productions:

Ariel Helvetica has shimmied and twirled her way around the globe, having performed at some of the top burlesque shows in Europe, Canada, and the U.S., including strip-teasing at The Burlesque Hall of Fame. Ariel has had the pleasure of teaching hundreds of students and brings her expertise to her studio, the Vancouver Burlesque Company, where she is the Assistant Director. In 2018 Ariel was voted #25 in 21st Century Burlesque Magazines “most influential performers” and #3 in Canada. Ariel has combined her burlesque prowess and love of developing the performing arts scene in Vancouver into Helvetica Productions, which is dedicated to showcasing a diversity of established and up-and-coming burlesque, drag, circus, and variety performers — as well as bringing joy back to the holiday season after a difficult 1.5 years of the pandemic.

The Rio Theatre, where the show was presented and filmed, is located on the traditional unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and səlil̓wətaʔɬ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) First Nations. We sincerely hope that all attendees will be mindful of, and take time to reflect on, what it means to live, work, and create on stolen land.