I know which are my favourite acts to perform, but which are your favourite acts to watch? Here's your chance to help me decide which acts to perform in my upcoming shows! Thanks!
I've made an Ava colouring book! I know it's a big ask to ask you to part with your hard-earned cash, so I tried to make it extra awesome. It is called Colouring with Amourous Ava, and will be $15. It's A4,12 pages of illustrations drawn by moi, and proceeds will be going towards my plane ticket to the Australian Burlesque Festival. (The centre spread has boobs, so maybe take that spread out before showing it to any kids.) Personally signed for you! Free postage within NZ for burlesquers (performers/photographers etc). Message me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want one and I'll send you the details! xx
My next show! My first performance in Christchurch... and 'tis all Hallows Eve, who knows what dark creatures may walk the night...
I'll be performing alongside the ghoulishly attractive ladies from Ayla's Angels Burlesque. Ghosties and monsters shall abound, I cannot wait!
Either $20 general admission or $40 vip (includes vip seat, cocktail and slider)
Doors open 8pm and show starts 8.30pm finishing about 10.30pm.
Tickets available now from Burgers and Beers Inc, Cranford Street store, Christchurch
Fantastic show! The Winchester in Newton reached full capacity on Saturday with one of the liveliest crowds I've had the pleasure of performing for. The show that packed out the Winchester was Puttin' on The Britz, presented by the Rock n Roll Circus. There were so many wonderful performances by gorgeous performers including Trixi Tassels, Miss Tittle Tattle, Penny Pins, Trixxie Vixen, Miss Girdle Buster, Sugar Spanx (the artful producer also), Dolly Destory and myself. It was such a treat to see Londoner Trixi Tassels perform, her act to Fever was so engaging and polished, it set a standard to aspire to. I also have a burning desire to learn to fire twirl... watch out people. I debuted two new acts, Wuthering Heights and Anarchy in the UK. Wuthering Heights featured my first ever fan dance in public and has fast become one of my favourite acts. Sophie Divet drew me as part of a live art performance, a photo of her amazing work is below. Can't wait for the Rock n Roll Circus to Roll into town again!