Upcoming Sugar Blue Burlesque Courses in Perth & Mandurah
All courses must be pre-booked online. If you don’t have a credit card, please email us to find out other options of payment. All courses are 6 weeks unless advertised otherwise.
Mon 19th September – Burswood – Malaika Moon
Intermediate Burlesque Dance Level 1 – Y-TEASE-K theme
Creating Character – Storytelling through Burlesque with Malaika Moon – Punklesque theme
Thurs 22nd September – Joondalup – Ronnie Rum Punch
Intermediate Burlesque Dance Level 1– Sleep Paralysis Demons theme (Song: Mowgli’s Road – Marina)
Big Boa Burlesque – Smooth, rich, sweet theme (Song: Chocolate – Kylie Minogue) (SOLD OUT)
Thurs 22nd September – Mandurah
Beginners Burlesque Dance Level 2 – Birds of Paradise – Colourful classic, Song: Paradise by Coldplay (Teacher – Autumn Daze)
Hot in Heels – Song: Boyfriend by Dove Cameron theme (Teacher – Lolly Moon)
Broadway Dance – Hairspray Medley theme (Teacher – Lolly Moon)
Sun 25th September – Perth Workshops
12 – 1.15pm – Burlesque Essentials workshop with Miss Flo Jangles
1.20 – 2.35pm – Hot in Heels workshop with Fifi Fontaine
2.40 – 3.55pm – ‘Feeling Yourself’ – Sensuality workshop with Zora Star
The Fresh Faced Follies Grad Show is planned for Sunday the 6th November 2022 at The Royale Theatre in Northbridge for all group course students.
Solo students will perform at ‘Unleashed’ at The Rosemount Hotel in North Perth on the Sunday 20th November 2022.
We are committed to making our space more welcoming and inclusive for our community, so we’re pleased to offer a Free Beginners Burlesque Dance Level 1 or 2 course to Indigenous, Bla(c)k and People of Colour and People with Disabilities in Perth/ Boorloo & Mandurah/ Mandjoogoordap who are keen to try Burlesque for the first time.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to take up our offer.
Sugar Blue is a welcoming space for LGBTQIA+ folks, and we are dedicated to making all people across the gender and sexuality spectrum feel respected and included. We encourage our students to share their pronouns in class if they are comfortable, and have a zero tolerance policy for bullying. If you are unsure or unaware, please refer to this helpful guide regarding inclusive language practices https://www.vic.gov.