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Grotesque Gorelesque

AARON SPENCER
9 pm Friday, July 11, Friday July 11 | $8
Ash Street Saloon
225 SW Ash St.
 
Graphic, violent and epically disgusting, Grotesque Gorelesque has changed venues repeatedly since its debut last year (its original home, the Red Room, presumably did not close by coincidence). Now as a monthly burlesque event at Ash Street Saloon, some seats have been marked within a "gore zone," where audience members are at risk of being sprayed with fake blood and vomit. A signature act of performer Aids Benedict involves dressing as a fat lady who surgically removes her own flesh. It's also a heavy metal show—this time, the band Headless Pez plays a set at intermission.

Where: Ash Street Saloon
Phone: 226-0430
Address: 225 SW Ash St.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/326752980809995/

 
 
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