“Atomic Saloon Show” in Las Vegas: This is how the West was fun

Even before the Atomic Saloon Show begins, a spirit of contagious fun wafts through the crowd. The setting, which looks like a Wild West saloon, with an audience both on the ground floor and on the balconies, immediately makes you want to have a great time. And when the singing cowboy comes out and belts out one of the slipperiest tunes you’ve ever heard, you’re in it.

The show, produced by Spiegelworld, follows the thinnest of storylines – a love story, yawn! – but is completely unimportant for the process. It’s more of a framework in which various actors play out their talents, from cheeky nuns to hand-balancing stallions to super-sexy acrobats. Putting it all together is host Boozy Skunkton, the filthy owner of the saloon who doesn’t shy away from insulting various viewers.

Anyone who has been to Absinthe at Spiegelworld’s other strip production has a good idea of ​​what to expect at Atomic: A good time of all kinds, apolitically correct. And be sure to have a drink at the bar before you take a seat: alcohol is practically a must here!

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