Thursday, January 28, 2010
Zombiepalooza Promises Bloodiest Valentine's Day Ever
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MAKE THIS THE BLOODIEST VALENTINE’S DAY EVER WITH ZOMBIEPALOOZA AT THE ABBEY PUB IN CHICAGO ON SATURDAY, FEB. 6TH
Satisfy your craving for heart-warming, heart-stopping Valentine’s Day entertainment with Zombiepalooza at Chicago’s Abbey Pub on Saturday, February 6th at 9:30 PM, presented by The Zombeatles and The Dolls of Doom. The Fab Gore will perform live and undead and The Amazing, Bendable, Posable Dolls of Doom with Nuts ‘N Cherries Burlesque will haunt and hallucinate you with their undeath-defying feats of zombie burlesque. Angus MacAbre (“Scotland’s Funniest Zombie Comedian)” will be on hand to bring more disorder to the mirth and mayhem and to share some of his undeadpan comedy stylings.
Imagine Andy Warhol’s “Exploding Plastic Inevitable” multimedia events with zombies (but no annoying, overexposed Jane Austen zombies, thank God) and you’ll have a pretty good idea of what’s gonna go down. Oh, yeah, we’re also going to show “The Zombeatles: All You Need Is Brains.” This film chronicles the rise and fall of Jaw Nlennon, Pall IcKartney, Gorge Harryson and Dingo Scarr. It’s been described as “one of the most memorable mockumentaries of all time” and “a cross between ‘This Is Spinal Tap’ and ‘Night of the Living Dead.’"
The Amazing, Bendable, Posable Dolls of Dooms with Nuts ‘N Cherries Burlesque will feature the following performers: Lola Martinet, Tila von Twirl, Ray Gunn, Bazooka Joe, and Teddy Bare.
The evening kicks off with “Rock Star Gomeroke,” live band karaoke featuring your humble servants of rock, The Gomers. These guys know more than 3,000 songs and can play any style you can name. You wanted the best live karaoke band, you got the best!
They say vaudeville is dead but nobody told The Zombeatles and The Dolls of Doom. Who better to breathe new life into vaudeville? If you attend only one postmodern, post-apocalyptic vaudeville phantasmagoria this Valentine’s Day season, this is the one to attend.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. You can buy tickets through the Abbey Pub & Restaurant’s website, conveniently located at http://www.abbeypub.com/. The Abbey Pub & Restaurant is conveniently located at 3420 W. Grace in Chicago, Illinois 60618. Doors open at 9 PM and show starts at 9:30 PM. And remember -- it’s B.Y.O.B. – Bring Your Own Brain.
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