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Traditional Can-Can Dancers

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   London-based ballerinas are a troupe that epitomizes grace, elegance, and beauty with their classic training

   Has performed in front of thousands at The Brit Awards & the O2 Arena

   Previous corporate clients include Goldman Sachs, UBS, 3 Mobile, Vauxhall, Louis Vuitton, Uniqlo, Triumph, and Topshop

   Available for worldwide bookings, based in London

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These London-based ballerinas are a troupe that epitomizes grace, elegance, and beauty with their classic training. They are versatile enough to perform a traditional can-can or choreograph a routine that incorporates modern dance and performance techniques. Whether you're looking for a West-end show with full lighting and dazzling props or the intimacy of good quality walkaround performers in stunning costumes, we have what your heart desires. Their work can be found all over the fashion world, from Louis Vuitton to Uniqlo, Triumph, and Topshop. Whether it's at some of London’s most exclusive private events like The Prince of Brunei birthday party and Mr & Mrs. Wong's Chinese New Year Party or performing for the spectacular Elton John in O2 Arena, their professionalism and top-tier talent are unmatched. 


These talented performers have toured internationally including places such as Germany, Japan, Egypt, and Barcelona. With dances that have been showcased in Kensington Palace, the ICA, Tate Modern, the V&A, the British Film Institute, and the Royal Opera House. They are international symbols of excellence in the performing arts. They have performed stunning sections at The Palace Of Whitehall and trod boards of the West End in a summer run of Burlesque with Immodesty Blaze. Reaching audiences of all walks of life, they appeared on CNN, taught Beth Ditto, to dance on The Friday Night Project, and 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. To book, contact our entertainment specialist at Altus Entertainment.