STRIP SHOW TYPES
The Calvin Strip
This show is a full choreographed strip show with theme to match going down to Calvin Klein underwear, usually chosen for a more toned down show or if there are children present at birthday parties for example.
Full Monty Strip
The more popular of the strips, it runs longer, you see more yet it is a non offensive show. The show has a theme and a full choreographed performance but goes further than the Calvin Show. What’s the point in having a stripper if he doesn’t get it all off!!!
Duo Male Strip
These shows are very popular for larger groups of girls.They incorporate two guys on two girls at the same time. These shows are all specially choreographed with special themes as seen below. If you’re going to order a stripper why not have two at the same time to a theme of your choice. Book the DUO Male Strip.
2-3 Man Dance Shows
These shows are simply sexy male themed dance shows! For the girls that don’t want any stripping or interaction. More of a observing performance. Sit back and relax while watch the boys perform in front of you with the mind blowing dance routines featuring dance styles of Breakdance, hip hop and funk. CHOOSE YOUR THEME!
We were recently reviewed by Weekend Notes.
Top Shelf Entertainment is synonymous with first rate classy entertainment. The owner, manager, dancer, stripper and choreographer of the company, Leigh, works hard at keeping it that way. He is a dancer who can strip, not a stripper who can’t dance. He hand picks and trains all his employees to make sure they represent the Top Shelf code of excellence and he is happiest when he’s busy dreaming up the next big show. Leigh has been keeping women entertained at his full-on cabaret type shows for over six years. Every show is well thought out with nothing left to chance. It’s like being on a movie set and watching the actors play a role complete with perfect setting, mood lighting and background themes.
On a night out to The Leederville in Perth he watched paid dancers entertaining the crowd and came up with some of his own ideas. He started dancing professionally Michael Jackson style and did a show called ‘Men in Black’, break dancing. At this point, ‘stripping’ and male stripping agencies were alien to him. Starting his own dance group and calling it ‘Feed the Floor Entertainment’, he came up with his own choreography and themes like ‘Gangster-SWAT’, Boogie Nights and Mortal Kombat’. Agencies started hiring him to dance at strip clubs as he got a lot of response from the women, which was good for business. He then moved in with a friend who was part of the stripping scene, little knowing his life was about to change.
After a couple of years, Leigh saw a business opportunity and decided to start his own business and Top Shelf Entertainment was born, putting on their first show in 2008. He had learned all he could, had experienced what was on offer and just knew he could do it better. Starting with offering his strippers coaching and training in choreographed shows that was never provided within other companies at the time, Top Shelf Entertainment makes sure their customers get bang for their buck. At their first show the venue was packed out and through great shows and satisfied customers, Topshelf’s longevity was assured.