We happen to love ballet, burlesque, and beer, so this sounds like a fun time. If you haven’ been to the Brooklyn Brewery lately, they’ve remodeled their taproom making it much more cozy and appealing. The event is next Monday.
Things are getting hot and hoppy when The Love Show returns to our Tasting Room for a curated pairing of ballet, burlesque, and beer on Monday, April 8th.
While you work through a flight of Brooklyn beers each one will be accompanied by an intoxicating performance from The Love Show. Both the beer and the dance will run the gamut of styles from delicate and nuanced to brash and robust.
And guiding us all through this feast for the senses will be the legendary master of ceremonies and Cicerone certified beer server, David F. Slone, Esq.. In addition to the tasting flight, each guest will receive one full pour of the beer of their choice, and additional pours will be available for purchase.
Tickets are on sale now for $30, $35 at the door. For discounted tickets for groups of ten or more, contact: [email protected]
Doors at 7:30 PM, show at 8:00 PM
More from Brooklyn Paper:
“We take the beer and we’ll come up with a dance piece closely linked with the history and the quality of the beer,” said David Slone, who lives Williamsburg. “For example, we’ll take a Russian stout and put on a Russian-themed performance.”
Each ticket to the hour-long show includes a flight of beers that correspond to the show’s six song-and-dance numbers, along with a free full-sized pour. Slone, who is a licensed Cicerone, or beer expert, will also introduce each of the intimate numbers.
“We’ll have five performers — me as the emcee of the event, three dancers, and a surprise guest,” he teased.
Together they will present an alluring ale-powered show for up 150 guests in the brewery’s taproom, which was recently remodeled to allow a more
intimate feel, said Slone.
More information at brooklynbrewery.com.