Lola The Vamp

She lives like a Bohemian movie star, with short films based on 1899 French Cabarets screening at Cannes, touring her burlesque around the world for the likes of Nick Cave who described her as ‘beautiful’, or as headliner of the world’s premier burlesque events Tease-o-Rama and The Australian Burlesque Festival. She performs for luxury brands, hotels, casinos, sought-after music festivals and the hottest nightclubs on earth. She has been a brand ambassador for the renewed interest in absinthe, a writer, and is constantly in demand as a media commentator for television and print (Channel V, Getaway, San Francisco Chronicle, The Age, Penthouse Magazine) where her image has graced some of the most elite publications around.
A habituĂ© of the beautiful cities of Paris, New Orleans and Los Angeles, she has made history as the first performer to earn a Doctorate of Philosophy by actually performing the art of burlesque. She is, as The Age writes, ‘in a league of her own’

Tease-o-rama 2008 North American Tour (with Cirque Du Soleil) – Headliner
Burlesque Ball 2006 – Headliner
Bohemia Tour (Au) 2007 – Headliner
Milonga Del Angel Tour (Au) 2008 – Headliner
Bijou Cabaret 2009 -Headliner
GoGo Burlesco (Au and UK)
The Burlesque Ball 2010
Tease-o-rama 2003 (Hollywood)
Tease-o-rama 2005 (San Francisco)
Nick Cave Solo and Grinderman support 2007
Woodford Folk Festival 2008, 2010
Valley Fiesta 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010
Big Day Out 2003, 2004, 2005
Exotic World 2006 (Las Vegas)
Australian Burlesque Festival headliner 2013
Vamp & Burn headliner and producer 2013, 2014 (Wonderland Speigeltent)
Brisbane French Festival
Adelaide and Brisbane Fringe Festivals

Press Apperances:
Mornings With Kerri-Anne
The Today Show
A Current Affair
Yumi Stynes No.2 Highlight of Big Day Out tour 2005
Channel V

Australian Penthouse 2006
Australian Penthouse Pet of the Month November 2007
Australian Penthouse calendar 2008
Covergirl The Age M Magazine 2006
The Courier Mail profile 2009, 2010
MX 2006-on
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Age
Huffington Post 2013
LA Splash Magazine

“The Poor Slob and The Good Fairy” (Cannes 2006) – Producer/director/actress
“Lola The Vamp” 2010 Griffith Film School
“A highly developed aesthetic and a sly wit…super sexy without ever being tawdry…Lola is in a league of her own” The Age 2008
“Intimidating. Beautiful” Nick Cave
“By going beyond the exploitation/empowerment binary and placing her work in the aesthetic discipline required for a number of traditional forms (mask, ballet, bodily inscription, the manipulation of fetishes, the candidate moves the discussion about burlesque along and places it deep in our growing understanding of performance as a dynamic interplay between communicative craft and audience expectation” Associate Professor Stephen Stockwell

‘showing real bravery and originality…working at a very advanced level and developing practice skills with originality and sophistication’ Professor Feona Attwood