Tuesday 5th March 2013


Memphis is known in the community for her bold, Ill-mannered and often
vulgar style being deemed ‘The Queen of Crude.
Think retro rock goddess meets 1950′s Stepford wife and you’ll only just
begin to scrape the surface of what Memphis Mae has to offer.

Bella Louche leaves no stone unturned when it come to Burlesque, covering
all angles of the art whether it is a classic beauty to a parody of others
and even herself at time.

 
Arthouse Hotel
Attic Bar 
Level 2, 275 Pitt Street Sydney

6.00pm – Dinner with Sketchys
6.30pm – Doors open
7.00pm – Meet your talent

Tuesday 19th February 2013

Kael Murray’s unique take on fusion Belly Dance will have you spell bound in your seat. Her eclectic beats along with a passion for cabaret glamour and fusion of Classical, Flamenco and even a bit of Hip Hop will make for a performance you’ll never forget. She has earned acclaim performing overseas in 2009 and has studied with many of the foremost Belly Dancers in the world. Kael continues to reinterpret the boundaries of modern Belly Dance to keep today’s audience entwined with its ancient past and enthralled by its seductive charm.

Marlena Dalí is a performance artist, musician, and filmmaker from Los Angeles doing an artist residency in Sydney’s Sashimi Studios. Her work consistently portrays the multitudinous facets of femininity and sexuality through a surrealist lens. Marlena has an MSA in Sculpture, Performance, and Installation from Sydney College of the Arts and a BA in Film Production from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. Her avant-garde, anti-torture film, I Have Two Voices will be screening at this year’s Adelaide Women’s Festival.

Arthouse Hotel
Attic Bar 
Level 2, 275 Pitt Street Sydney

6.00pm – Dinner with Sketchys
6.30pm – Doors open
7.00pm – Meet your talent

Tuesday 5th February

Known for class, elegance and attention to detail, this beauty that dares to dance with fire will blow your mind. Gifted in fire staff, fans and poi, Bella will set your imagination alight and take you on a journey into a world far removed.

Miss Pepper Grinde is a Sydney based burlesque artist that began her dancing career in 2010. Since her debut performance with a small troupe of pinups she has performed at various burlesque and variety nights such as The PEEL, Miss Ink pageants, 34B, Gallery Burlesque and venues such as Slide Bar, Red Rattler Theatre, Factory Theatre and private functions.



Arthouse Hotel
Attic Bar 
Level 2, 275 Pitt Street Sydney

6.00pm – Dinner with Sketchys
6.30pm – Doors open
7.00pm – Meet your talent