Evoking the smoky back-alleys and juice joints of Bourbon St, this bewitching bearcat brings 2 parts sex, 1 part sauce and a splash of kook to create a heady cocktail that will steal your breath, your heart and your wits. A devoted disciple of the giants of the jazz age, this frisky minx is infamous for her glorious glad rags and the cries of Get Hot! Get Hot! that follow her every move on the stage. Of all the gin-joints in all the world... you've just walked into hers...
The prodigal peeler returns! After spending 2 years touring the stages of Canada, Europe, the UK, and the USA, the Frisky one returns to her great southern land even more wanton, wayward and whimsical.
The Dr of desire with a PhD in panty-dropping, Agatha Frisky is a performer, producer and teacher featured on stages and festivals around the world. As well as being a proud member of international super-troupe Sugar Blue Burlesque, Frisky is the mastermind behind the kooky cavalcade of Les Fosters Bergere, founder of Go-go T.O., and head instructor at the Toronto School of Burlesque.
WA Peoples Choice Winner @ The Busties 2013 (Australian Burlesque Community Awards); Miss Fantastic @ Miss Burlesque Australia Finals 2013; Miss Burlesque Western Australia 2013; Winner, Burlesque Battle, Perth International Burlesque Festival 2012; 2nd runner-up Miss Burlesque Western Australia 2011
The Gilded Merkin, UK
Queen Calavera, Hamburg
Kitty Nights, Toronto & Vancouver
The Wiggle Room, Montreal
Australian Burlesque Festival
Girlesque Burlesque Expo, Canada
Montreal Burlesque Festival
New Orleans Burlesque Festival
Perth International Burlesque Festival
South West Burlesque Showcase
Southern Fried Burlesque Festival
Texas Burlesque Festival (Best of Fest Competition)
You’re still here? YAY! Please enjoy the final episode of my ranting and pathological over-thinking below. And as ever, I’d love to know your thoughts. SWAROVSKIS DON’T MAKETH THE STRIPPER You don’t need Swarovskis. YOU. DON’T. NEED. SWAROVSKIS. I don’t need to see a receipt to judge if I like your act. I don’t care how much money you spent. It does not make you a good performer. Or a professional one. Sometimes it’s great to create an outrageous aesthetic to fulfill and match a concept. But swarovskis won’t win you an audience or a competition if every other aspect…