The Soiled Dove at The Point Alameda 

click to enlarge Maggie Powers and Cast during the original 2015 run of The Soiled Dove at the Inner Mission space in San Francisco. - PHOTO BY MARCO SANCHEZ
  • Photo by Marco Sanchez
  • Maggie Powers and Cast during the original 2015 run of The Soiled Dove at the Inner Mission space in San Francisco.

Soiled Doves? Well, yes, a term used to refer to “women of the night” in San Francisco’s Barbary Coast red-light district. What exactly do soiled doves and Alameda possibly have in common? The avant-cabaret show has landed on the island to bring a unique and visually enticing form of nightlife entertainment. The Soiled Dove presented by the Vau de Vire Society, is a circus-theater experience based inside a massive 12,000 square feet tent brought from Tortona, Italy. The tent probably has a magical story of its own, and inside, a whole other type of magic happens. The thematic of this sensual show, a depiction of what saloons were like back in the Barbaric Coast, complete with a four-course dinner, aerial acts, burlesque dancers, decadent drinks, and live music by Jazz Mafia / Realistic Orchestra, B-3 organist Mighty Dave, with surprise musical-guest cameos each evening. This show is definitely date night worthy, unusual, extravagant and sexy.

Open Sat-Sun, through July 1, 7:30pm and 9:30pm, $50 show only, $130 dinner & show (includes 4-course dinner), 2001 Ferry Point, Alameda, TheSoiledDove.com


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