Anna the Hulagan is a walkabout, club and stage performer. For fees, costume ideas, themed events, please email
An ‘old school’ burlesque-themed act with a ‘neo-burlesque’ twist. A feathered hoop is stripped before it is set on fire, and then the artist strips. This can be performed for a corporate and young audience without the strip
Vitamin String Quartet’s version of ‘Rolling in the Deep’
Florence and the Machine’s ‘Dog Days are Over’
6mins 30 secs
I have multiple costumes for this act, from a super sparkly sliver/mirror ball option to a more classic vintage silhouette
Performed in 2016 at Cafe de Paris, London
The artist won the Triple Crown Award at the World Burlesque Games, 2012 in London the first time this act was performed
This is a playful act that is perfect for Disco/Studio 54 themes, as well fantasy/fairytale. The Pony arrives through the audience, interacting with the crowd. On stage an LED hoop is used, then the mask and tail removed before the artist lights her fire hoop. This can be just an LED act (for venues not suitable for fire performance) too
A bespoke remix of Genuwine’s ‘Pony’ created by Andrea Biondo (i can send the track upon request)
Disco and Latex options, as well as ballgown for a super classy look!
(there are clips of the Pony in action in the showreel, but i can get a full video of the act upon request)
This act is a fantastic option for walkabout, even in small spaces as the artist has a mini hoop that can navigate crowds whilst also being a spectacle!
This is a neon LED & Fire Hoop Act (although it can also just be an LED act)
A mash-up of Underworld’s ‘Born Slippy’ and ‘Sweet Sensations/Ride on Time’ created by Andrea Biondo (available upon request)
Available on request (for a glimpse, please see the Showreel
A little comedy and fire hoop routine which is ideal for Christmas shows, less scary Halloween shows and Western themes!
A bored angel in heaven uses her halo to play with, then strips, lights hoop on fire and chooses to go down to hell
Carmen Burana’s ‘O Fortuna’ and Johnny Cash’s ‘Ring of Fire’.