Putting the Show Into Showgirl
Gwendoline Lamour is the UK's most exclusive and celebrated performer of high end burlesque and the perfect choice for prestigious parties, launches and events. With eight years experience of performing exquisite and refined shows for international clients, Gwendoline has represented Sir Elton John, (9th White Tie and Tiara Ball), Cointreau, Cirque du Soleil for Naomi Campbell's birthday party, Jasper Conran, the Marquis of Bath, Eddie Izzard, The Sunflower Jam (with Robert Plant and Paul Weller), Theo Fennel and Diesel to name but a few. Heralded by The Independent on Sunday as the 'Gypsy Rose Lee of our times,' and frequently featured on The Culture Show (BBC) among other TV and radio shows, Gwendoline's work is elegant and stylish, reflecting her pre and post graduated training in theatre and dance.
The Crystal Shoe
The most glamorous and decadent of burlesque shows, in which Gwendoline performs a playful striptease before frolicking in her gorgeous 8ft x 4ft crystal shoe!
This is truly a spectacular show with a slickly choreographed beauty routine between Gwendoline and her lovely maid followed by an extravagant striptease and the grande finale in the sumptuous petal bath!
With her midnight blue, crystalled costume and her enormous 18 stave ostrich-boa fans this is a truly impressive, a dramatic and exhilerating show.
The Tzarina Snowstorm Show
This is a magical and enchanting show perfect for Christmas. The Tzarina performs and elegant and intoxicating striptease out of her regal costume. Gwendoline complete's her striptease in a flurry of falling snowflakes on her beautiful ice swing swing hung with silver ivy and crystal icicles.
Pompadour Swing Show
This beautiful courtesan will take your breath away as she performs a tantalizing striptease out of her fabulous 18th century costume, in readiness for her amorous suitor! Gwendoline complete's her striptease in a flurry of falling petals on her beautiful 18th century style golden swing hung with ivy and flowers, as inspired by Fragonard's 1767 painting The Swing.