GiGi exposes life behind the satin curtain

GiGi exposes life behind the satin curtain

Following previous sell-out shows, the Victory Theatre is proud to announce the return of ‘Nipple Caps & G-Strings’ from February 28 to March 9, a show that has been enjoyed by both men and women.
While the title of this one-woman show may have your mind in the gutter, ‘Nipple Caps & G-Strings’ is suffused with humour, seductive charm and in-your-face honesty as the naked truth about life behind the satin curtains of the exotic industry is enticingly revealed.
Performed by GiGi, this hit show takes the audience on a dynamic, no-holds-barred, tell-it-as-it-is journey that will leave them breathless, for more than one reason…
With creative charisma, GiGi engages with the audience – there’s a demonstration and explanation of the art and techniques of a lap dance, she entices volunteers to partake in a class on erotic dancing and even holds a demonstration of a typical stag party.

Whilst the show certainly provides luscious entertainment, the main objective is to make sense of the naked truth. More than just a show about strippers, the show takes a serious look at the sex industry, the roles of men and women, the ethics, about falling in love and the day to day life of a stripper.
While GiGi may be seen as South Africa’s unofficial Queen of Strip, there is much more to her than people think – she may be the winner of Survivor: Carolina; the owner of the Lollipop Lounge (an exotic dance club in Randburg), but few people known that GiGi has a Bachelor degree in Drama from the University of Stellenbosch; she’s trained in the art of ballet, jazz art, mime and piano. She started her professional acting career with CAPAB and PACT and has appeared in numerous local stage and television productions. It was whilst performing that she realized her passion for dancing, and so her new career path started.

* The Victory Theatre is situated on 105 Louis Botha Avenue, Houghton Estates. Tickets are priced from R90. Book at Computicket. For more information, visit www.victorytheatre.co.za.