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2017 Miss Burlesque WA Semi-Final/ Mr Boylesque Australia

Sat 12 August

Doors open at 6:30pm

Venue Fly By Night Club 179 High St, Fremantle

WA Burlesque and National Boylesque performers battle it out to get their name in lights and win the title of Miss Burlesque WA 2017 and Mr Boylesque Australia 2017.

On the 12th August 2017, you will see the Miss Burlesque WA 2017 semi-finalists battle it out to try and secure their place in the Finals on the 19th August at the Astor Theatre. Also on this exciting night, you will see the Boylesque Finalists performing to win the title of ‘Mr Boylesque Australia 2017’!

The title of Miss Burlesque Western Australia will be awarded to the best overall performer across a range of activities including Traditional, Neo and unique interpretation of Burlesque. We are also looking for a winner who will actively use her Title to promote a better community of Burlesque in Australia, and promote the community of Burlesque in Australia, internationally. Personality, performance, skill and presentation all form key parts of winning the competition.

Both the semi-final and the final in WA will be exciting and edge-of-your seat entertainment as these performers bring out the big guns of shows to impress you the audience and the judges! This is always a huge event each year, so don’t delay in getting your tickets!

Reigning Miss Burlesque Western Australia winners:
2016 Sugar Du Joure
2015 Ruby Slippers
2014 Lucy Lovegun
2013 Agatha Frisky
2012 Ruby DeLure
2011 Miss Kitty Litteur
2010 Clara Cupcakes

Reigning Mr Boylesque Winners:
2016 Trash Valentine
2015 Bobbie Sox
2014 Cupid’s Avatar
2013 Jon Madd
2012 The Astonishing Johnny Domino

18yrs + entry only

Photo of Sugar Du Joure by David Woolley


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