About

Biography

Cabaret artist, corporate entertainer, festival performer and YouTube sensation, Lisa Lottie’s hula hoops, contortion, style and beauty have been seen across Europe and around the world.

A world-class, highly-skilled artist, Lisa was born in Amsterdam, began her career in a traditional circus in India, has trained at Escola National de Circo in Rio de Janeiro and holds a degree in Circus from the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama in London. Based now in the UK and Australia, Lisa delights international audiences with her festival show “Bend It Like Barbie,” and her sophisticated, skilled and sassy performances at elegant supper clubs, star-studded galas, and high-profile corporate events.

Professional and amateur performers as well as fans worldwide have racked her up millions of views on YouTube; Lisa is also highly in demand as a teacher and coach.

Shows

LED 'Phoenix' Hoops

LED 'Phoenix' Hoops

Lisa has teamed up with LA-based company SpinFX and is thrilled to announce her use of the beautiful Phoenix Hoops. Custom illuminating colours, patterns and graphics are explored on stage through uptempo sequences of one up to six hoops manipulated with balances, contortion and strength. Truly mind-blowing!
Slinky

Slinky

A classic cabaret creation perfect for variety/dinner shows. 1 to 7 hoops spun crazy fast, crazy agile and brought together in a spectacular climax of a 100-hoop finale and a BANG of golden confetti. This act is GOLD!
Rebel Yell

Rebel Yell

All 80's, all Synth, all Rock & Roll! Lisa's latest act where she spins, flips, rolls and throws 7 holographic as well as LED hula hoops all around the stage whilst rocking out to one of her favourite tunes: Billy Idol's Rebel Yell! This act embodies everything there is to love about this era and it finishes with a spectacular display of the giant human slinky. This act is performed with a live band in the video but can also be performed to the original backing.
Comedy Contortion

Comedy Contortion

Lisa Lottie squeezes herself through a tiny hula hoop: 12 inches of cold hard steel... in the most ridiculous ways you can imagine! This act is fun, playful, coming with a cheeky wink and a good giggle!

Street

A festival-style street show, 45 minutes in length but adjustable to suit a variety of events. This show includes audience participation, comedy, contortion and Lisa's very best hula hoop skills.
'Crazy agile, beautifully charming and unbelievably flexible! Lisa Lottie will have you on the edge of your seat as she contorts her body and performs some of the most impressive hula hoop manoeuvres you have ever seen!
To top it all off she will attempt the world's most dangerous hula hoop trick, balancing sky-high on just one foot. Expect great feelings of exhilaration and remember to scrape your jaw off of the floor. This show is all tricks, flourishes and laughter for the whole family!'

Photos

Videos

Tour

2017

June
30 Sydney workshops for Hoopy Happenings

July
3-14 Flying Fruit Flies National training program, Albury
22 Public workshops for Hulaballoo London, UK
30 Public workshops @ Circus Werkplaats Boost, Amsterdam.

August
all month Private classes available @ Melbourne, Australia.

September
13-17 Singapore Grand Prix
30 After Hours Cabaret, Melbourne.

Contact

Please use the form below to contact Lisa for bookings and enquiries, or email direct to lisa@lisalottie.com.

"Stepping away from the music is a visual and physical art that I will never be able to perform. Lisa Lottie is a professional hula hoop artist who combines dance, contortion moves, and style to her performance and you really don’t want to miss it.  Look her up on YouTube RIGHT NOW, your jaw will drop."
Review - stagerightsecrets.com

"This lady you have GOT to see!"
Review - louderthanwar.com

"Lisa Lottie’s body transitions during her hula hoop acts make it almost look easy. Almost…"
Review - heelsandwheelsonline.com

"Eye-boggling hula-hooping!"
Review - london24.com

"'Circus chic' - artiste Lisa Lottie can spin 100 hoops on her body at once while rocking a gold bikini!"
Review - Sydney Morning Herald
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