1 inch heel dance shoes – Very pretty fully lined cotton fabric drawstring bag. The perfect size for carrying ballet shoes. There's also room for a hairbrush and hair accessories (and a little snack…I always took one for after ballet class when I was younger!)Size 34cm (13.5in) x 17cm (7in)Do take a look at my other listings for alternative fabrics.
A once and future Stray Cat, a legendary a cappella group and a nearly nekkid cabaret act top our list of cool stuff to do in the Bay Area. 1 Brian Setzer Orchestra: Setzer made headlines recently when he all but guaranteed that the Stray Cats would reunite, presumably in the fairly near future, which is good news indeed. I always thought the band was unfairly pigeonholed as a disposable rockabilly novelty act. Yes, they were retro, but they delivered some terrific music in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and Setzer absolutely killed it as a frontman, with his fierce, adroit guitar licks and passionate vocals. His talents are still first-rate, and his Orchestra is a crack 19-piece band that puts a charge into its annual Christmas show, which can be counted on to deliver some Stray Cats cuts 1 inch heel dance shoes. The show returns to the Bay Area Dec. 24 for a show at the Warfield..
Details: 8 p.m.; $49.50-$69.50; www.axs.com. 2: SoVoSo: The exceedingly accomplished Bay Area a cappella vocal group stands out not just for its rich, mesmerizing harmonies but also the breadth of its catalog, touching on soul, gospel, folk and other genres with equal conviction. The group, just off its performances with Tandy Beal’s “Nutz RE-Mixed” “Nutcracker”-inspired show, brings its annual Holiday Seasonings show back to Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage Dec. 22 1 inch heel dance shoes. Details: 8 p.m.; $18-$20; 510-644-2020, thefreight.org..
3 Kabir Singh: The comedian was born in Portland, Oregon, and lived for a time with his family in India, and as the story goes, he was teased by his peers in both countries for being either too American or too Indian. But he clearly has a loyal following in Northern California, where he performs frequently and has drawn attention at local stand-up competitions. He’s back in the Bay Area this week for a trio of shows at San Jose Improv. Details: 8 p.m. Dec. 22, 7:30 and 9:45 p.m. Dec. 23; $20; sanjose.improv.com 1 inch heel dance shoes.
4 Cracker and Camper van Beethoven: David Lowery is the frontman and guiding force behind both of these bands that have strong connections to Northern California. Camper van Beethoven won fans for its ska-punk-alt-country mix and for such songs as “Take the Skinheads Bowling.” Cracker has a more straight-ahead alt-rock sound and is probably best-known for the modern-rock hit “Low.” As he often does, Lowery is featuring both bands in one concert, this time at the Independent in San Francisco on Dec 1 inch heel dance shoes. 27..
Details: 8 p.m.; $28; apeconcerts.com. 5 The Skivvies: This New York act is headed by Lauren Molina and Nick Cearley, and yes, they are known for performing in their underwear. But the real reason they are a hit on the Big Apple cabaret circuit is their gleefully deranged deconstructions of Broadway and American Songbook standards and holiday chestnuts. They’re out on the West Coast this week for three shows at The Strand theater in San Francisco. Details: Presented by American Conservatory Theater; 7 p.m 1 inch heel dance shoes. Dec. 22, 7 and 10 p.m. Dec. 23; $25-$75; www.act-sf.org..