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Wanna See the New Show at Club Fugazi? We’ve got you!

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Beach Blanket Babylon, the long-running, internationally-known cabaret show that called The City its home for decades, has left a hole in our hearts in the shape of a giant SF-skyline-shaped hat. After the show finally closed at the end of 2019, theatre-lovers were left wondering what would happen to Club Fugazi, the historic theatre and gathering-place that BBB called home for 45 years. Lucky for us, the news came that Club Fugazi would become the home of another San Francisco staple – the circus. (And we’ve got a promo code for $5 off your ticket to the show – read on for more info!)

The 7 Fingers, a circus troupe collective, and San Francisco’s own Pickle Family Circus, have joined forces to bring us an incredible new experience of theatricality and acrobatics titled “Dear San Francisco: A High-Flying Love Story.” Co-directed by The 7 Fingers co-founders Shana Carroll and Gypsy Snider, the intimate and immersive resident production will pay homage to the stunning beauty, storied characters, and astounding resilience of the City by the Bay, from the Gold Rush and 1906 earthquake to the Summer of Love. 

Tickets are on sale now for “Dear San Francisco: A High-Flying Love Story.” You can get them right here! And make sure to use the code “welovesf” to get $5 off!

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Lizzie Locker - Events Editor

Lizzie Locker - Events Editor

Lizzie Locker has been an artist, entertainer, and “glamour girl” since birth. Since 2017, Lizzie has been writing professionally for small businesses, as well as creatively. She has published essays in VIE Magazine, and has written website and social media content for pole dance studios, afterschool programs, and reference sites. At the same time, Lizzie has also continued to develop her performance career at queer nightlife events across the Bay Area. She can be found both onstage and off, reading her stories aloud in bars, emceeing drag and burlesque shows, and producing arts events that defy genre and expectation.

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