Straight Classic

Straight Classic at Miss Burlesque Scotland
Credit Max Crawford

A traditional bump ‘n’ grind that won 2nd Runner Up in Miss Burlesque Scotland 2019 and garnered full marks from one of the competition’s judges. This combination of dazzling costuming and strong musicality is the ultimate homage to burlesque’s Golden Age, featuring a surprise finish. This act can be performed with or without the final reveal.

Music: Ronnie Magri – Burlecue / Count Basie – Blues in Hoss’ Flat

Length: 5:06




Credit: Max Crawford for Enterteasement

‘Fireball’ is a surefire party starter! Performed in a spectacular ostrich feather showgirl headdress and costume embellished with Swarovski crystals, this fast paced act has travelled the world and is a great fit for any show or corporate event.

Music: The Ink Spots – I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire / Pitbull feat. John Ryan – Fireball

Length: 4:21



Credit: Tony Heath

‘Angels’ is a cheeky cheesecake isis wings routine, perfect for the festive season and all year round. This act is performed in a beautiful classic costume embellished with Swarovski crystals, complemented by a goose feather headdress. In this act Brandy imagines how angels may celebrate and let loose after a long day of being celestial.

Music: There Must Be An Angel (Playing with my Heart) – Eurythmics / Hallelujah Chorus – André Rieu

Length: 4:35


       Rock ‘n’ Roll


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‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’ is a vibrant 1950s rockabilly jive number polished over the course of Brandy’s 14 night run at Edinburgh Fringe 2017. This act rewinds the clock to the 50s, wowing audiences with an upbeat routine that showcases exceptional peels and choreography. A great mix of comedy and classic striptease, ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’ is the perfect pinup nostalgia trip!

Music: Sh-Boom – The Chords / Mmm Bop – Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Jukebox

Length: 4:34


Credit: Mark Ells

Demon Woman

‘Demon Woman’ is an exploration of Brandy’s much darker, seductive side. Showcasing a stunning costume and sultry choreography which culminates in a silk veil fan dance, this act has proven to be a crowdpleaser, and the perfect complement to balance out Brandy’s repetoire.

Music: Devil’s Gonna Come – Raphael Lake and Royal Baggs / Demon Woman – Flight of the Conchords

Length: 04:57