Dita Von Teese Glamonatrix Reviews
Ged from Bristol,
LOVED DITA AND HER SUPPORT ACTS
The compere was funny but got annoying. Show started later than advertised but that was due to public not shutting up and taking their seats. The acta themselves wwr3 fabulous glitzy and glamorous. Dita could have been on more but at nearly 50 she's probably exhausted.
Allen, Birmingham from Birmingham,
DITA WAS GREAT, OTHER ASPECTS NOT SO GREAT
Dita great, compere rubbish Started late, Dita o lying seen for approx 25 minutes in total, rest of show weak
Mike from Edinburgh
WHERE'S DITA VON TEESE
I saw this show in Edinburgh and the show started 10 minutes later than scheduled.I thought the show was false advertised because Dita Von Teese was barely in the show and when she was in it she was only on about 5 minutes per act. The rest of the show was on the other burlesque dancers that I didn't even know were going to be there and if I knew that before hand I wouldn't of bothered going to see it. The compere of the show was a complete idiot and not funny or offensive at all.I have no idea why he was even there because he didn't add anything new to the show. The show was about 2 hours long (excluding the interval) and out the whole show Dita Von Teese was only in it about 20-30 minutes.
Mike from Edinburgh,
NOT WHAT I THOUGHT IT WAS
The show started 15 minutes later than scheduled and i didn't think Dita Von Teese was in the show that long.If I knew there were going to be other burlesque dancers there then I wouldn't of bothered going to see it because I only came to watch Dita Von Teese and in total she was only in the show about 15 or 20 minutes.I also thought the compare was annoying and had no real reason to be there because he wasn't funny or offensive.I also thought a 25 minute interval was quite long considering DVT was barely in the show.I didn't think I got my money's worth so I won't be going to see her again.
Ian Evans from Worcester
AGREE WITH L THOMSON OF EDINBURGH
I agree with L Thomson of Edinburgh's comments. In addition, we , and others, had to leave the show early to ensure we caught the last train leaving Birmingham to home. Not a great end to the evening. It also seemed the compare / comedian didn't grasp the concept of burlesque. Maybe a rethink is in order!
Kathy from London
GLAMONATRIX, SEMI ACCURATE AND VERY LOOSELY DESCRIBES THIS SHOW.
Booked tickets for Dita's show way back in 2019 and due to covid it was rescheduled, as you would expect such things to be. Watched the show at the London Palladium on the 6th of March 2022. Due to Dita's infamous name and association with burleseque, I was expecting a great show of such voudeville acts. I was extremely disappointed! Dita's on stage performance looked like she really couldn't be bothered to be there and was just going through the motions with a forced smile on her face. I felt NO energy whatsoever from her performances. The support acts were better but didn't quite grab attention like more local burleseque performers. The host was bloody awful imho, very American brash and horribly leary that simply doesn't work in the UK. I felt like I was at a cheap strip show. On the plus side, I didn't walk out at the interval and watched Dirty Martini, who for me, stole the show. She was the epitome of burlesque and put Dita to shame.
Kaye from Bristol,
NOT A DITA VON TEESE SHOW
Just following in the same vein as the other reviews. A late start, and very little of DVT in the show. Dirty Martini was the star of the show for both me and my partner, and gave us the kind of performance we expected. DVT aloof and looked completely bored. No connection to the audience at all. Overpriced, we wouldn’t other to see her again.
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