is the Premier tabledancing club in France
we do our best to ensure that our working environment is topclass
as we want our dancers to feel that they are working in a safe and secure
are required to work a minimum of 5 days per week
the maximum being 6 nights
Closing hours are between 5AM and 7AM.
SHOWS Are Topless Only.
Dancers will go on stage on average between 3 and 5 times per night.
does not give dancers money on the alcohol as in France it is Not legal.
a dancer does a Private VIP Room Minimum 20 mins we give the client a free
bottle of champagne this makes it much easier for the Dancer to sell
to the client making her more money.
1 PINK TICKET = 11€ NET
1 BLACK TICKET = 22€ NET
1 Tableside Topless Dance = 1 PINK TICKET (1 Song)
1 Private Nude Dance = 1 BLACK TICKET
1 VIP 20 MINS (nude)= 13 PINK TICKETS
Our Dancers takings per month Average between 3000€ NET up too 10000€
NET and above it greatly depends on
the dancers motivation and Drive.
We do have Dancers Accommodation located 100 yards from the club
on the same street and
we charge the dancers 10€ Per day inclusive.
do not normally pay for the dancers travel we have in the past for dancers
coming for long periods of time 4 months on wards but not normally.
Map taken from lonelyplanet.com
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