Provocateur is the befitting name of Taikun’s Friday night dinner and a show experience. The talented cast of singers and dancers aim to get pulses racing with a three-hour multi-act set of captivating performances – at times you can’t take your eyes off the stage, and at times you don’t know where to look.
White-clothed tables are set up like a late-night cabaret bar, positioned towards the heavy red velvet curtains, which seep with smoke whenever the next act is about to begin. Whether it’s a semi-clothed male dance duo moving in sync, or a powerhouse vocalist in a floor-length dress, expect to be wowed each time the curtains part.
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