Cheeky burlesque night offers mums something different this Christmas

Cheeky burlesque night offers mums something different this Christmas

Flirty: The event is choreographed by an ex-Moulin Rogue dancer

Cheeky burlesque night offers mums something different this Christmas

First published in What's On by

A “flirty not dirty” burlesque show will provide some Christmas cheer at a successful parent’s website’s first Christmas do.

Well-deserving mums, who often do not get to let their hair down at Christmas, are invited to come along and enjoy a festive treat at For Sanity’s Sake (FSS) Christmas party.

FSS, which provides useful information for parents in the borough, is putting on an array of entertainment for the Christmas season, including a cabaret performance from the Burlesque Academy of Dance’s finest dancers, choreographed by ex-Moulin Rouge dancer Miranda Llewelyn and festive songs from the Tempo Tots Choir and a DJ until the early hours.

Co-founder of FSS Rachel McLean says: “Mums often miss out on a Christmas party.

“This year we wanted to provide those mums who stay at home and those who work hard juggling jobs and children with the chance to come together to celebrate Christmas with For Sanity’s Sake.

“The show will be a world of decadence, fun and delight - a total escape to unwind and be entertained.”

The FSS Christmas Party will be on December 13, from 8pm to midnight at the Patch in London Road, Twickenham. Tickets are £15, with a number of deals available.

For tickets and information, visit forsanityssake.com/event or email rachel@forsanityssake.com.

Comments (1)

Please log in to enable comment sorting

11:22am Wed 28 Nov 12

twickerman says...

Sounds like fun.

At first read my dyslexia failed me. I thought it said FFS, which is similar but significantly different to FSS.

Bust wishes to all!
Sounds like fun. At first read my dyslexia failed me. I thought it said FFS, which is similar but significantly different to FSS. Bust wishes to all! twickerman
  • Score: 0

Comments are closed on this article.

Send us your news, pictures and videos

Most read stories

Local Info

Enter your postcode, town or place name

About cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about the cookies we use.

I agree