Painted Muse Throws Underground Party
Dear Donnybrook Luminaries,
At the Manor, we have received word that those of you who attended The Painted Muse’s 1920′s Chicago Speakeasy underground event this past October, rocked it! The PM staff were duly impressed, and wanted to encourage the shared debauchery between our two groups. Therefore they have decided to extend their party-hand of underground extravagancy once again to the Darlings of Donnybrook by having their next surreptitious event in Denver.
On May 5th, join us (because there is no way we’re missing this) when they re-create 1920′s Buenos Aires. With awesome set design at a secret location only known to ticket holders, they are bringing us, not only Tango musicians who have played on the world stage, but a floor show with internationally renowned tango performers, Gustavo Naveira y Giselle Anne, straight from Buenos Aires. Of course, there will be dancing, discreet flirtations, a menu of authentic Argentine food and a cash bar throughout the night for all us revelers (and come early for a tango lesson). And, being that you, dear Donnybrook Academics, are connected to us, you get to know about it, even though it’s not advertised to the public! It is spreading only by-word-of-mouth. Like the raves of the eighties that would pop-up at locations undisclosed until the last minute, these are more sophisticated events of the 21 century, that actually take you back to have a time travel experience, if you will, to eras gone by. For one night only! The Influence of Donnybrook is being felt . . .