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Amourous Ava is available as entertainment for shows, festivals, roving entertainment, corporate events, birthday parties, hens nights and more! If you are wanting to hire multiple performers for an event please get in touch for group performer packages.
Make your hen's party memorable with a burlesque performance or lesson (suitable for beginners).
Amourous Ava is a fabulous and fun burlesque beauty. She has a wonderful manner; bewitching to be entertained by and also lovely to talk to afterwards in learning some tips - whether it be burlesque moves or how top get the perfect glitter lipstick effect.
– Vanessa, Wellington
We were organizing a hen's do for an awesome lady friend of ours who likes burlesque. What better than a smokin' hot burlesque performer to come and surprise our bride-to-be? Amourous Ava was our gal. She not only performed a super foxy (and inspiring!) number for our entertainment, she also taught us some cheeky burlesque moves - how to do a saucy glove peel, a booty bump, a shimmy, and heaps more. We loved it! But most importantly, our bride-to-be was given a truly memorable experience.
– Jane, Wellington
Amourous Ava isn't an award-winning burlesque artist for nothing. She's an illusionist, a visionary and by far one of New Zealand's most creative burlesque artists. She always surprises and delights with her acts, each of them different than the last, and is always coming up with out of the box ideas which I personally pinch myself for, as I wish I'd have thought of them first! Ava is professional, a delight to have backstage and very easy to deal with. As a producer who has had her perform in my shows, as well as sharing the stage with her at various events, I'd highly recommend Ava to anyone looking into hiring her services. You won't regret it!
– Nat Hugill (Lilly Loca), Supreme Grand Tease 2017
A true entertainer and a creative mastermind, Ava is a sparkling diamond onstage.
– Sharyn Syme, Rock n Roll Circus producer
The clashing cultures were perhaps no better symbolised when one pantless dancer started twerking metres from Helen Clark, but this slightly awkward, kitschy juxtaposition was a symbol for how the festival can meld all facets of life.
– The New Zealand Herald 'Pride Gala's odd highlights' 5/2/2018