Archive for October, 2010

Solo Bellydancer

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

Add a bit of sparkle, arabian pizazz, and beauty to your event, and give your guests a graceful dance spectacular that they can enjoy and remember! Hire, Book and be dazzled by Layla, Sydney’s Queen of belly dancing, and create an event that all your guests will love & remember!

With 12 years of experience, sparkling costumes & a lively vivacious performance style, let Layla transform your event with pizzazz, uniqueness & Belly-moving magic!! Layla dances in a variety of belly-dancing styles including Lebanese, Egyptian, Greek & Turkish belly-dancing.

Be entranced by the beauty, glamour, music and atmosphere Layla creates as she performs with many accessories, including shamadan (candelabra), veil, isis wings, and saidi cane to enhance the belly dance spectacular. Wow! You’re guest with the perfect entertainment to add excitement and pizzazz to your next event!

Duo or Group Bellydancers

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

Why one dancer when you can have two or more?!

Add that extra level of spice and extravaganza to your event with paired & grouped belly-dancing beauties! Bellydance Queen Entertainment can organise any variety of dancers you need to meet your event needs! From group choreography, to dance-offs, we’ve got it covered!

Belly Dancers and Arabian Drummers

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

Why not book a Belly Dancer and Arabian Drummer! to bring a strength and vitality to an evening’s performance! The balance of female and male too, creates a dynamic and dazzling performance everyone will remember!

Belly Samba- Brazilian Samba Fusion

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

Belly Samba is an explosive combination of Belly Dance and Brazilian Samba ? An energetic and fun mix of Samba and Belly dance fused together for extra dazzle, which is sure to have you’re guest mesmerised and enthralled!

Choose between traditional costuming or more modest “family-friendly” costumes.

Brazilian Show Girls/ Samba dancers, Capoiera performers and Brazilan drummers!

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

Want to really spice up your event? Why not thrill and excite your guest with an extravagant floor show, which features beautiful Samba Dancers accompanied by amazing Capoeira Performers and Samba Drummers ! Choose between traditional costuming or more modest “family-friendly” costumes.

Whether you just want one or two Samba dancers or an entire troupe, drummers and all, we’ll be happy to arrange it for you. Add amazing energy and visual excitement to your party with show girls or Samba dancers in fabulous feathered costumes!

Belly-Dance Information

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

NO classes currently

Belly Dancing is a fabulous and fun way to learn an ancient beautiful art, and get fit at the same time!

Feel like a goddess as you work on your posture, alignment, and body toning! Belly Dancing is excellent for strengthening the abdominal core region, flattening tummies and increasing cardio-vascular stamina.

It’s is a fun and elegant way to make a change with your fitness and learn a new skill at the same time. 

Layla is an experienced and encouraging teacher who loves to share the ancient and beautiful art of belly dancing with all her students.

Having trained many students in Belly Dancing at Fitness First Health Clubs, she is able to teach students of all levels and can’t stress enough, the health benefits of Belly Dancing!


Live Arabic Drumming

Monday, October 11th, 2010

Why not have live drumming at your next function? Dabbeke is a great way to get your guest moving and grooving. We have the Sydney’s Kings of drumming available upon request, book one drummer or as many as you require, give you’re event a modern authentic Arabian touch with melodic Arabic beats from the motherland! Bellydancer and Drummer available as a duo too!

Zaffa (Wedding entrance) Shamadan dancers Arabian drummers and mijwiz player

Monday, October 11th, 2010

The entrance procession which is called Zaffa is a dynamic and colourful way to impress your guest! The zaffa procession with the vibrant Arrousa Rhythms creates an unforgettable occasion that introduces the Newly Married Bride and Groom to the Wedding Guests in the reception room.

Arabic wedding celebrations always include the presence of a Shamdan dancers (balancing candelabra of candles on her head), who is said to act as a high priestess and in ancient times was said to be linked to good luck and prosperity.

Layla’s Photos

Monday, October 11th, 2010


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Wednesday, October 6th, 2010