On The Box
Yes you lot… have you been watching the guys on the box recently? Tristan was in Blood on the Wire a couple of weeks ago, and appeared doing a lap dance for Lorraine Kelly on GMTV, along with our gorgeous Chris Knight from the London Show. That week was really busy with filming for Pole Idol – Tristan is the ‘Simon Cowell’ of the show and watch out for the Vanessa Feltz show which should be aired in November.
Tristan also spent 2 days filming on Eastenders, as Jane’s hen night stripper… No, we won’t spoil it for you, but, we do know the storyline! In other appearances, the delectable All The Way Jay was handy man on channel 5’s Gadget Show and Double Impact is soon to be on Hotel Babylon. Keep your eyes peeled for more Adonis appearances. Check the Video Page and MySpace site for the latest video clips coming soon.
We wave goodbye to the Tuxedo Princess, our last show there was on 7th October, but we are opening in 2007 with a fantastic show on 17th February at a fantastic new venue in Newcastle. Ed is busy sorting out the venue as we type, as soon as contracts are signed, sealed with a kiss & delivered you will be the first to know where you can see the fantastic Ophelia and the gorgeous Aussie, Dynamite and Romeo!
We will also be opening at a new venue in Bournemouth in November – Elements Club , the biggest club in the city. With the amazing Amber Dextrous, All The Way Jay, and Carl Warlock, with guests. If you’re interested in opening night tickets contact us for a great deal.
Brighton and Bournemouth Shows – HALF PRICE OFFER!
For club members only – book now for 4th or 11th November and get your tickets half-price! Book HERE, please quote the offer on the booking form.
New 2007 Calendar
See all your favourite guys and drag acts before the shows start in 2007. Log on to the website to order your copy or phone 01273 41 77 87 and for just £4.50 (including p&p) our fantastic full colour calendar will be winging its way to you! These collector’s items are sure to sell out so get yours now before the rush starts.
Adonis Protégés ‘make it big’
Disabled strippers set for box office success
Sunday October 15, 2006
A boundary breaking documentary film, called The Crippendales in an ironic reference to the risqué all-male cabaret act The Chippendales, is to put a group of disabled men on stage and turn them into a group of strippers, in the manner of the hit film The Full Monty.
The controversial and light-hearted film, which has the provocative promotional tag line, ‘They might not have legs, but do they have the balls?’, was privately screened for the first time in London this month and is being hailed as a breakthrough by disability groups. It has also been picked for the New York Film Festival and will make its first public appearance in this country at the Sheffield Documentary Festival early next month. Disabled members of the audience who watched the film last weekend at a conference run by Different Strokes, a group for stroke survivors, were delighted. ‘It brought the house down. The response was incredible,’ said John Horan, a disability lawyer and stroke survivor.
The film’s director, Havana Marking, hoped to challenge the idea that the sexuality of disabled people is something to be ignored or, at worst, censored. She also believed the exercise would be liberating for the men involved.
The team of five were trained by choreographer Jo King from the London School of Striptease and they then worked on their show with hen night favourites, The Adonis Cabaret.
The Final Word – from Davina
Girls, on your wedding day, if you forget everything else, remember the 3 most important things
Aisle – Altar – You
Now say them quickly… Aisle Altar You! haha lol..
Keep it groovy!