World Burlesque Day
World Burlesque Day celebrates burlesque. Burlesque can be described as a type of entertainment that is similar to a cabaret. People talk about burlesque in a similar way to the shows of the early 20th century, which featured strippers, comedians and a master at ceremonies.
Burlesque can sometimes be glamorous, funny, raunchy and irreverent. This is often performed at bars and nightclubs. There are many variations of burlesque today, including translesque and boyesque, bearleque, gorelesque and boyesque, as well as queerlesque. Burlesque is an inclusive art form that anyone can participate in.
Burlesque has deep historical roots dating back to the 17th Century. Over the years, burlesque has changed. Sometimes, it is called neoburlesque.
Burlesque, a form of burlesque, is a powerful dance form that allows performers to express their true selves through extravagant costumes, glitter and, most famously, nipple-tassels. Burlesque performers often adopt new identities for their performances.
Let’s look at the history and celebrations of World Burlesque Day.
Sapphira, a Burlesque performer and author and mental health advocate, established the first ever World Burlesque Day in 2020.
Saphhira is a showgirl who has been performing since 2004. Her passion for all things burlesque has only grown over the years. Burlesque helped her overcome mental illness and she believes it can help others.
World Burlesque Day was established to bring together all things burlesque. It allows people to share their stories, and encourages others to express themselves.
The first World Burlesque Day featured a variety of activities designed to promote the art form and attract new performers.
The 2020 COVID19 pandemic ruined 2020, so all events of the first World Burlesque Day were held online. Many performers came from around the globe. To commemorate Gypsy Rose Lee’s 50th birthday, the date for the inaugural event was chosen. She was a legendary burlesque performer who died in the 1930s.
You can participate in the live tutorials that are held on Instagram to celebrate World Burlesque Day. They take place on the day before the actual event. These tutorials are intended to show people how to perform the official World Burlesque Day routine. These sessions are for both new and experienced performers.
There will be activities from all corners of the world. Book readings and tutorials will be held on a variety of aspects of burlesque. These are all intended to inspire new performers and those already performing the art to discover their own sense of glamour.
Even though Saphhira is based London, people all over the globe can attend the celebrations. There are many performers who take part.