Balkonlogy presents a night of gothic elegance bringing you the much anticipated Masked Vampyre Ball-1819 featuring Noze. The name “Masked Vampyre Ball” is meant to evoke dark romanticism and a gothic interpretation of beauty. This news shall reach the scent of the young, beautiful and mortal with the opportunity to dress in your finest evening dress among various alternative lifestyle communities, to gather once more in a celebration, to socialize and dance the night away.
The Masked Vampyre Ball strives to offer its guests the experience of a formal gala at an attainable price; shared with like-minded people who appreciate creative and individual expression. Guests are encouraged, but not required, to arrive masked.
As the clock strikes 21:00, the precocious young vampires of the mini Imp’aler Orchestra under the conductorship of the Esteemed Lord Vlad the VI, shall serenade the ballroom of the undead with symphonies of the great composer, Maoriginal.
The non-blood relations bring you the duo of Nôze from France. Nôze are two comrades, two troublemakers, full of life, joy and happiness, often wearing their straw hats and stripping of their clothes at the end of their show. Playing a combination of Balkan, Electro house, all with live instruments and song.
In Cloak Towne, the Nomadic Orchestra shall have even the most distinguished guest swinging like a rabid bat off the crystal chandeliers. In the old Transvaalania we have summoned Bram Stoker himself to read from his classic tome.
Guests are reminded to make their preparations in due time as to not be caught off-guard, for the revelry shall be such, that daylight might sneak up upon the proceedings and vapourise the ill-equipped!
7th September: Cape Town – The Old Biscuit Mill
8th September: Johannesburg – Carfax and The Street
Entertainment and delights for the evening:
The mini Imp’aler Orchestra (Transylvania)
Bram Stoker, Live readings from his classic novel -JHB only-
Nomadic Orchestra -CPT only-
Doors open at 9pm.
Tickets: Pre sold R160, R200 at the door.
7th September in Cape Town and the 8th September Johannesburg.
Cape Town Ticket Outlets
Truth Coffee, 36 Buitenkant Street 021 2000440
SKA – 161 Long St. – 021 426 5025
SKA – Kalk Bay 17 main rd. – 021 788 7437
SKA – Observatory, 105 lower main rd. – 021 447 6014,
Cavendish Centre (connect): 021-6711367
Johannesburg Ticket Outlets
The Street, Greenside 135/137 greenway rd. www.thestreetstore.co.za
Wolves, 3 Corlett Drive, Illovo 011 447 2360