With the voice of an angel and legs up to her armpits, it's time to meet gorgeous brunette Sally! What inspired your most recent solo act?
It feels like my mind is boggling with all the different ideas I have bouncing around at the moment! My most recent new finished act however, was actually a request to create a fan dance. So I have been delving in to all the Burlesque greats to add a little bit of that classic Burlesque magic. Tell us the story behind your stage name.
I have always LOVED the pin up girls and their classic image. When I think of pin up, I think of the army girls, the navy uniforms and things alike... However I also knew I wanted something quintessentially British, so that's how 'Spitfire' came about. Beyond that I knew I wanted something that wasn't miles away from my real name because Burlesque allowed me to show my true self and I wanted to respect that...so that's how Sally was born! Which charity do you feel most passionate about?
is definitely important to me, it's a dreadful disease and affects so many lives. Every penny raised goes towards this battle against cancer and one day....We'll win. If you could have any other career, what would you be doing?
I trained as a Musical Theatre performer and when the right job comes along and I'm not shaking what my mother gave me, you can catch me belting out some show tunes or giving Shakespeare a go... So if I HAD to give up the glitter I'd definitely not give up all the glam. Which Folly Mixture would you want to marry your own brother?
Thank goodness I'm an only child! (Kidding ladies, you're all fabulous!)
This Friday and Saturday you can spot us as 'Aztec Angels' in the Day Of The Dead parade at Alexandra Palace! We'll be dancing to the fabulous Lady Layton's
Big Band and getting the part started in this carnival of the macabre.
Friday's parade starts at 6.45pm and 5.45pm on Saturday. There is also a wonderful firework display, ice skating and a German Bier Festival - come and play!
More info here