Miss Lou-Leigh Blue
Pink Kitten welcomes Miss Lou-Leigh Blue to the family
Boo, to her friends has been performing her quirky cheesecake acts all over the country, titillating and tantalising her crowd for the past 2 and half years.
The inspiration for her persona comes from the strong willed nature of those who performed as part of the windmill troupe during the second world war and the magnificent nudes of Bellocq and also the wonderful dance images from Richard Heeps collection.
Aside all the sensible influences her comical side is inspired by the 90′s hit comedians Reeves and Mortimer.
She was inspired to join the scene many years before she decided to reveal her ‘sequin merkin’, through the medium of photography and fashion. During her degree of Fine Arts in Canterbury, Boo craved to take images and sought a living and breathing representation of all her favourite Art Nouveau and female ‘nudes’ from Arts History, She found this in Burlesque!
Armed with a Camera and many long train journeys ahead, Boo travelled the country meeting wonderful artists, delicious divas and most certainly ‘one of a kind’ friends for life.
What she found was more than she could have ever imagined, her love and passion grew more for this sub-culture and an artist was born (with the help and encouragement of her mum- who also gave her the stage name from a
One of Miss Lou-leigh Blue’s favourite aspects of her routines is the costumes, she loves to bring her characters alive using over sized props and and as much ‘dangle’ and shine a costume can hold. Her favourite
routine to perform is her ‘Would you Adam and Eve it?’ A story of a young lady who gets more than she bargained for when she finds a gift from her man in the woods!
‘I love to perform my Eve routine as I get real energy from the crowd! I believe this is due to its comical content but also the very raunchy ending’
Boo’s favourite workshop is the fascinator workshop where she shares her secrets and tips to making a wonderful one of a kind creation, tailored to suit your needs.
‘No creation is to ambiguous- the more outrageous the better I say!’