Born of the devious marriage between costume producer, BunnyGuts, and DJ Davide in 2006, Cirque De Boudoir has been bringing Montreal the best in eclectic theme parties for five years strong. Vowing not to pigeonhole themselves by pandering to one specific party crowd, Cirque De Boudoir welcomes all brands of gay, straight, bi, vanilla, kinky, transgendered, exchangiste, goth, punk, raver and any other party personality. Continuing their trend of successful costume themed events, Cirque De Boudoir plans to celebrate their 5th anniversary this month with their kinkiest party yet.
Cirque De Boudoir will host “Party Monster” at the Time Supperclub, 997 Saint-Jacques in Montreal, on September 24th. What costume theme will this 500+ person venue morph itself into? Not one my friends, but many. “Party Monster” is employing all past themes in order to properly celebrate five wonderful years of great Cirque De Boudoir events. Feel free to mix and match from the list of previous Cirque De Boudoir costume themes below.
Robots & Dolls
Flasher – Trench coat and nothing (or something kinky) underneath!
Purrrvert – Furry/Animals
Pretty in Kink – kinky 80′s prom
Invasion – sci-fi, aliens
Robots & Dolls & Monsters
Peep Show – lingerie, burlesque
Necromantik – day of the dead, zombies, vampires etc
Body Slam – wrestling/boxing
Inflation – balloons, inflatables, clowns, etc
KULT – 1920′s Weimar Berlin
Carnavalesque 2010 – world carnivals, traveling circus, burlesque, freak show
Anonymous – masks, zentai, complete anonymity
Paparazzi – celebreties, impersonators, victims of fame
Sans Pants – no pants!
Rituals – tribes from around the world
Carnavelesque 2011 – world carnivals, traveling circus, burlesque, freak show
Boudoir of Blood – bloody valentine
The Strip – Las Vegas/Strip poker theme
Of course, what’s a party without dance music? Cirque De Boudoir is proud to announce the official headliner DJ of Party Monster, Larry Tee. Known for coining the electronic dance music genre term “Electroclash”, Larry Tee has been considered an original member of the NYC club kid scene since moving to the Big Apple in 1989. Having hosted parties such as Disco 2000, seen in Party Monster starring Seth Green and Macaulay Culkin, Larry Tee’s event resume puts most hardcore rave heads to shame. Not only does he intend to bring his magical DJ skills to Montreal, but raise Cirque De Boudoir to legendary heights in 2011.