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Would sell my sister to be able to watch this every week 🤑 loved every second of it, I’m going back for round two this weekend hehe
Reviewed by Derby A.
24 January 2022
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Hot mamacitas!!!🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
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23 January 2022
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Review by Stephen Dedman | 15 January 2022

It sounds strange to compare Unknown Creative Arts' show Dirty Dingo to a strip club where the dancers keep their clothes on, but please bear with me.

Yes, it happens in a bar, and yes, much of the dancing is done on tables. There is also a pole dancer, London, whose outfits are admittedly on the skimpy side. There's even a little lap dancing, though done on stage rather than in private. The atmosphere is raunchy enough to justify the 'Very Hot' Kleenheat Sizzle Factor, but there's no nudity to distract you from the quality of the dancing: London aside, most of the dancers wear clubwear barely distinguishable from that worn by many of the young women in the audience. It's obvious that the dancers are in full control of the situation: they give the impression that they're having enormous fun, and we're fortunate enough to share their enthusiasm and energy.

The DJ plays a lot of classic rock, as well as some hip-hop, and a little country pop for a bootscooting routine. There are a few chances for audience participation, including some drinking games (not mandatory; though the MC says the show is not for the faint of heart or the sober, I enjoyed the show despite not being a drinker.)

The show is also not for the short, nor for people who have difficulty standing for long periods because the acts move from the bar to the stage to the pole and the audience has to follow them, and if the people standing in front of you are too tall for you to look over their heads, you're going to miss much of the spectacle.

Dirty Dingo won't be everyone's cup of tea (or G&T), but the party atmosphere may lift your mood for an hour and possibly even longer, and sometimes that's what we need.