Hi Amy, welcome to Striptalk and the Striptease industry, if you wanna start to work as a dancer there are several things you need to prepare. Going to a Pole Dance class is a good start, it will give you some more confidence and help you to put together your stage performance. The most important thing with your show is to be confident and sexy on stage, being very advanced on the pole is not so important. Being nervous before you audition is normal, but the more prepared you are the better you will do.
You need to buy proffesional Dance wear and shoes, you have to be able to walk and dance on high heels.
When you have done your audition and hopefully being hired, you need to be able to be a good seller. In this business, you dont get paid for your Stage shows, only lap dances and champagne that you sell to the customers. This also depends on the club you work in. Get to know other dancers in the club, watch them and learn how the experienced ones are doing it.
When you have started to do this job, you will learn that doing your stage show is the easy part, being a good seller is what its all about. You have to love people and to be social in this job.
I can’t advice you on which club is the best in London Amy, but go to the established ones that has been around for a while. They will have a customer base that guarantees you an income.
When you have started this job Amy, my best advice to you is to stay away from drugs, never go home with a customer. Save your money, because you can make a lot of them. Prepare yourself as you where going on your first date, every night before you go to work and enjoy yourself!
I would try lap dancing as most clubs have very strict rules on no touching etc and generally they are enforced as the could lose their licence and business. There is also a lot more money in it. I have seen some girls walk out with over £1000 some nights.
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