Can Can Dancers London

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Can Can Dancers London
Reasons to book this ACT
  • High kicks, jump splits, cartwheels executed by the ballet trained ladies

  • All set to Offenbach’s infamous, infectious, frollicing, acrobatic can can

  • Performed to an audience of thousands at The Brit Awards & the O2 Arena

  • Previous corporate clients include Goldman Sachs, UBS, 3 Mobile, Vauxhall

  • Based in London & available to perform at events worldwide

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This London based dance group boast a troupe of classically trained ballerinas who epitomise grace, elegance and beauty. They can perform a traditional can can, or choreograph a routine incorporating a multitude of modern dance and performance techniques. Broken ballerinas, come can can dancers, come showgirls, they utilise exquisite choreography with a twist! The ladies can offer you anything from a west end show with full lighting and dazzling props, to the intimacy of good quality walk-around performers in stunning costumes, and just about everything in between.

They have created shows for fashion clients Louis Vuitton, Uniqlo, Topshop and Triumph. Performances have ranged from the boutique – at some of London’s most exclusive private events such as The Prince of Brunei’s birthday party and Mr & Mrs Wong’s Chinese New Year Party – to the spectacular, with an audience of thousands at The Brit Awards and the O2 Arena for Elton John.  The group have toured Germany, Japan and Egypt, as well as New York and Barcelona; and danced in Kensington Palace, the ICA, Tate Modern, the V&A, the British Film Institute and the Royal Opera House. They have performed stunning sections of Swan Lake with a 50-piece orchestra at the Palace of Whitehall, and trod the boards of the West End in a summer run of Burlesque with Immodesty Blaze.

To a wider audience, they appeared on CNN, taught Beth Ditto, Justin and Alan to dance on The Friday Night Project, appeared in seasons three, five and seven of The Apprentice, working with contestants to choreograph shows to enhance their final presentations, and graced the stage in the BBC drama Marie Lloyd.

Traditional Can Can
The dancers capture the decadence of recreates Toulouse-Lautrec's world of Belle Époque with an acrobatic Can Can. High kicks, jump splits, cartwheels are executed by the ballet trained ladies, all set to Offenbach’s infamous, infectious, fun, frollicing, acrobatic can can.

Stage Show – 6 mins
Mix and mingle – 40 mins

Apprentice Series 5 and 7
Friday Night Projects
BBC Imagine Series
Marie Lloyd, Star
Brit Awards
Hat Trick Productions
Princess Productions
Discovery Channel
Talkback Thames
Channel 4

Fashion and Beauty
Louis Vuitton
Benefit Cosmetics
Look Magazine
Office Shoes
Toni and Guy
Triumph International
Dashing Tweeds
Michael Van Clarke

Charities and Balls
Amnesty International
Irish Youth Charity
Take Heart India
Anti-Slavery Charity
Magen David Adom
David Adams Appeal
Muscular Dystrophy Campaign
White Blackbird
Queens College, Oxford
Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge
The Creative Ball
Household Calvary

The Electric Picnic
Kimberly Festival
Art Car Boot Fair
Sevenoaks Literary Festival
Port Elliot Literary Festival
Wimbledon Literary Festival

Goldman Sachs
Price Waterhouse Cooper
Lombard Wealth Planning
Chivas Brothers
Hendricks Gin
Bulldog Gin
3 Mobile
Talk Talk
Bougie Macaron
United Biscuits
Vince Power Music Group
Extreme Music
DST International
Citigate Drewe
FX Week
White Collar Boxing
British and American Tobacco
Dunhill International
Addleshaw Goddard
Mitsubishi Securities
Voca Ltd.
Cryogenic Ltd.
Fishburn Hedges
Piece of Cake Media
MM consultancy
Asabell Ltd.
County Court Plaza Hotel Group
Project Finance
Tradition Financial Services

Prince Azim of Brunei
Andy and Patti Wong

Royal Opera House
Victoria and Albert Museum
Sir John Soane’s Museum
British Film Institute
Haywood Gallery
Theatre Museum
Institute of Contemporary Art
Kensington Palace
Royal Institute of British Architects
Satchi Gallery
National Army Museum
Mercat de les Flors
Christchurch Spittlefields
Criterion Theatre
Arts Theatre
20th Century Theatre
O2 Arena
Bourne & Hollingsworth
Empire @ Casino
Bunbury Cricket Club
St Pancras
Grosvenor House Hotel
Mayfair Hotel
Carlton Towers Hotel
Plasterer’s Hall
Royal Horticultural Halls