BURLESQUE is fun, creative and a little bit naughty, according to international performer Miss La Vida.
‘‘It gives you a chance to express yourself creatively with choreography, comedy and costuming,’’ she said.
‘‘There are no boundaries with burlesque.’’
The Kiwi performer is one of a group of burlesque artists touring Australia this month for the annual Australian Burlesque Festival.
The show, including six local and international headline acts, will perform at Lizotte’s tonight.
‘‘What makes burlesque really special is everyone does their own thing, whether it be classical burlesque dancing – with cheeky moves and feather boas – or a more comedic style.’’
Miss La Vida said her new act is a parody of the famous Dita Von Teese martini glass routine, with a twist.
‘‘I’m not exactly in the martini glass, I am the martini glass,’’ she laughed.
Tickets for dinner and the show are $103; show-only tickets are $61.