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Extreme Cabaret Zeta Bar Sydney Australia

Sydney’s Zeta Bar at the world famous Hilton Hotel continued to push the extreme cabaret, now a staple of Friday nights in 'Sin City'. 
If prohibition and tease are your thing, or vice if you prefer, you have come to the right place, or at least one of them, and you won't find a dirty old man, peeping tom or brown paper bag anywhere in sight from what we can muster.
My Human Statue Bodyart was thrilled to once again deliver a red hot and smoking cabaret presentation.
Cabaret lovers will be delighted to hear that the rumours continue to getting stronger that the 'Extreme Cabaret' theme will continue at Hilton Sydney much longer than the originally forecast 12 weeks. Word is that Hilton Hotels at the Gold Coast, New Zealand and even as far as the United Statues and Amsterdam are keen to incorporate extreme cabaret into their big entertainment nights.
Tonight it was Human Statue model Anastasiya Bakss made up in a bodypainting based black and red number that epitomised tease, burlesque and titillation.
The extreme cabaret performances have pumped blood into the Hilton's Zeta bar, and we know it's been wonderful for business. Downstairs at the Marble Bar has also appeared to have benefited by extra foot traffic and drinkies.
Zeta Bar biz king Grant Collins says of the nights "a late-1800s circus freak show crossed with 1920s-'30s sophistication".
Some of the most popular drinks at the moment include Absinthe (look for the sexy green bottle) and all things liquid nitrogen.
The fun and flirty Friday nights at Sydney Hilton have been one of the key watercooler conversation pieces in offices in and around Sydney's CBD for weeks.
Up to be tantalised in an appropriate cool and sexy fashion? Snatch the opportunity to do 'Sin City' Sydney like it should be done. You can bet that Sydney Hilton will be pumping again next Friday, and its got lots to do about 'extreme cabaret'. Join us and see what all the fuss is about boys and girls. Sweet dreams.
Zeta Bar
Hilton Hotel Sydney
Eva Rinaldi Photography
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