Provocative, subversive and satirical, Lallah’s theatrical flair and chameleonic stage persona have marked her out as a force to be reckoned with since her debut on Melbourne’s burlesque circuit in 2010. Her distinctive performance style blends the sublime and the ridiculous, the sexy and the surreal, the glamorous and the grotesque, more often than not with a dash of socio-political subtext to add a little extra kick. Creator of The Divine Parody, winners of the 2011 Australian Burlesque Festival’s “Baby Bombshells” showcase, her impeccable timing, razor-wire wit and gleeful disregard for common decency (or sense) will have you howling with laughter even as you quake in your Manolos.
If you think you’ve seen it all, then you haven’t seen Lallah L’amoré. She’s anything but predictable, she’s destroying the joint, and she’s taking you with her. Bring a change of underwear.