Those who love feathers, sequins and lace are in for a treat.
Burlesque has origins in the 17th Century and a modern form of vaudeville developed in the 1920s.
It gained a seedy reputation in the 1950s but performers will throw a modern, classier spin on burlesque as they bring it to Wagga.
Burlesque Wagga offers classes from beginner to advanced levels for group and solo routines, vintage dance and body toning, make-up and costume workshops, photo shoots and Boylesque just for the boys.
Classes will be led under the guidance of Mistress Pas de Chatte as she prepares to introduce Wagga’s newest burlesque and pin-up school.
Burlesque Wagga will hold a launch party at the Bass Bar at the Home Tavern on August 15 from 8pm for a gold coin donation.
For more information, visit Burlesque Wagga’s Facebook page.
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