'Based loosely on Moulin Rouge, this is more a performance of sophisticated strip tease than burlesque, supported with energetic dancing and powerful singing.
Choreographed by Fafi D-Alour (dance teacher Fiona Smith), there are various dances — several featuring an aerial loop — to the accompaniment of taped or live music.
Most feature Fafi and her two dancers, Gigi and Luna, doing some pretty impressive bends and twists, kicks and spins, twirls and flings as they remove most of their clothing.
In between, singer Amelei almost steals the show with her wonderful voice as she belts out Queen Latifa’s When You’re Good to Mama, Nina Simone’s Feeling Good, Aretha Franklin’s Respect and Leela James’ When You Love Somebody.’
Colin James, The Advertiser
February 27, 2017