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Nipple Caps & G-Strings is relevant, humorous, sensual and very revealing. And most importantly, it’s a show that will be enjoyed by both men and women.
GiGi is best known as the owner of the LOLLIPOP LOUNGE, an exotic dance club in Randburg, Johannesburg. Recently she dominated headlines when she became the winner of the reality TV series, Survivor: Carolina.
With a Bachelor degree in Drama from the University of Stellenbosch, she is also trained in ballet, jazzart, mime and piano. Her professional acting career started with CAPAB and PACT, and since then she has appeared in numerous local productions, both on stage and television. It was whilst performing in Spellbound for Sun International that she realised her passion for dancing, and a new career was launched.
The good-looking GiGi is regarded by many as South Africaâ??s unofficial Queen of Strip, and with her intimate knowledge of the industry and solid experience as an actress, she is perfectly qualified for her role in Deon Opperman’s smash hit show: Nipple Caps & G-Strings.
With skill and verve, she takes the audience on a dynamic no holds barred, tell-it-as-it-is journey that will leave them breathless, for more than one reason… . With creative charisma, GiGi engages the audience and, by demonstrating and explaining the art and techniques of a lap dance, she entices volunteers to partake in a class on erotic dancing and even holds a demonstration of a typical stag party.
Whilst the show certainly provides luscious entertainment, the main objective is to make sense of the naked truth. The show will be running until the 18th of December 2010
Acute questions are asked:
Why are strip clubs so popular?
What goes on in a strip club?
Why do people go to strip clubs?
What role does desire play in successful relationship?
Is “sexy” an attitude?
And finally: Where does love fit into all of this?
Strictly Adults Only! SECURE 24hr PARKING
*4 double tickets up for grabs*
TICKETS WILL ONLY BE VALID BETWEEN WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY
Visit www.victorytheatre.co.za for more information.
To enter, CLICK HERE. Competition closes 18 October 2010.