Speakeasy Sundays is a monthly Detroit burlesque show featuring talent from around the globe, hosted at historic Cliff Bell’s.
Cliff Bell’s originally opened in 1935 by John Clifford Bell and retains many of its original features to this day, including its luxurious mahogany and brass interior. It is one of the last remaining burlesque venues from the early days of Detroit’s Park Avenue alley and the only remaining club from 1930s Park Avenue to still feature burlesque today.
Speakeasy Sundays burlesque hosts renowned talent from across the US and from around the world. Ray Gunn, International King of Burlesque, Eva La Feva, producer of the Clipper Cabaret in Chicago, Kat de Lac, Burlesque Bitch of the Year and international burlesque producer, among many others have graced the Speakeasy Sundays stage. In 2017, event partnerships with the Steel City Kitty Burlesque & Variety show and the Theatre Bizarre Orchestra will make Speakeasy Sundays a show never to be missed.