What an amazing year 2015 has been!

So many wonderful things have happened but here are our highlights:

  • Doe Demure kicked off the year with some awesome photo shoots organised by Dexter Morgan at Bodyline studio. Here's a couple of shots by Blink UK and Katie Leanne Photography; yes, that's a real snake!

  • Skytribe Tribal Fusion was formed by Doe in January 2015 after much anticipation. The group has performed at numerous events throughout the year and with 15+ class members is now a thriving part of Skytribe dance studio- the only place in Leicester to offer the classes. (Photo by Digital Mechanic)

  • Chicas Locas Burlesque performed at Aylesham Residential home for Navy veteran Ivan's 100th birthday- at his special request! (Photo from the Leicester Mercury)

  • Doe Demure was invited back to teach and perform at the amazing UKHG Spanish Hoop Holiday for the second time

  • Doe Demure, Chicas Locas burlesque and the Skytribe hula hoopers performed at and walked in the fashion show at Americana International: 'the heartbeat of the USA'. Doe's 2015 summer is epitomized by the yellow trousers she modelled for Piston Broke! (photos by Faye Dexter)

  • The Skytribe hula hoopers performed walkabout and on the cabaret stage at Nozstock; 'Nozstockers Guide to the Galaxy'. It rained, alot! But a bit of mud can't stop the Skytribe...

  • Doe Demure returned to perform fire hula hoop for the second time at the Miss Great Britain finals alongside fire breather Jessica

  • By far the highlight of 2015; Doe Demure launched Skytribe dance studio in Leicester city centre- specialising in belly dance, burlesque and hula hoop classes, and offering a range of hen party options. Visit the website www.skytribe.org (photo by Andy Douglas)

  • Doe Demure and Chicas Locas burlesque walked the catwalk at the National Space centre for 'Back to the Future' day (hair by Pin Up Curl)

  • Doe Demure choreographed and organised a lingerie flash mob at Leicester Clock Tower for brand Tutti Rouge, complete with mock police to chase the ladies (and their illegal cleavage!) away. The event was covered extensively by The Leicester Mercury with a story across two pages and on their social media

Here's to plenty more dancing, prancing and unexpected joys in 2016!