The Lavender Cabaret

You’re Valentine’s Plans are Here…

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LeNu-PosterIdea01-smFor more than a decade, Michelle L’amour has been bringing Chicago the sexiest productions and shows. From founding the internationally acclaimed “Naked Girls Reading” to producing and starring in last year’s Playboy Halloween party at the Soho House to consistently being one of the world’s top burlesque showgirls, her luxuriously sexy shows are not to be missed.

BPT_buy_tickets_largeAnd now, Michelle L’amour brings you an entirely new show – “Le Nu” (Naked) – an intimate and daring European inspired evening like Chicago has never seen. Guests will be immersed in the sumptuous surroundings of Carnivale’s “Samba Room” and served decadent desserts while being tantalized by Miss L’amour and a hand selected group of the most amazing acts and musicians in the world. Beyond that, we dare not share the indulgent details of this steamy show. You’ll have to be there to find out! Trust us, you will never be the same.

Seating is so limited that it is like you’re getting a private show.

Have an incredible dinner at Carnivale and then join us upstairs for the hottest night of winter. It’s the perfect Valentine’s Date.

TICKET PRICE INCLUDES A SPECIAL CHEF’S SELECTION DESSERT TRIO FLIGHT OF:

Chocolate and Peanut Butter Cigar, Tres Leches with Espresso Fondant, AND Passion Fruit Tart.


The Chicago Reader has called Michelle L’amour “Devastatingly Erotic”.

Chicago Magazine says, “L’amour is demure and alluring, graceful and wild, with hands like trained doves. When she’s introduced, the house explodes and she always kills.”

The New York Post says she “brings down the house”.

Author: FV Everleigh

FV Everleigh is a writer and producer living in Las Vegas. Current works include a cocktail book, a crime/romance novel with screenplay , a deck of "revelation cards" and a children's book. He is married to international burlesque star and founder of "Pussy Confidence" Michelle L’amour, with whom he co-founded the international literary salon BARE Book Club in 2009.

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