Admission is €6 and doors open at 5:30pm.
Trin Wittkopf Brigge , club activities coordinator, said: “The presentation showed what our members have learned from working with us. The final routine is from 2:30 to 3:30 [and] is a combination of pole sports, dance and gymnastics.
“We want to show people that pole dancing is not just stripping, it’s a sport. We don’t want to relive history, we want to remember how far we’ve come as a person. is a society.”
“Yes, we show a lot of skin. Yes, we do pole dancing. But like any other dance, pole dancing is an art form. We put a lot of effort and energy into it. It.
“This will be our first debut as a club (and former association). We plan to do more in the future to make our club more involved in the game. college life.”
Half of the proceeds will be donated to the mental health charity Penumbra.
“Penumbra provides specialized services for people with mental illness,” Trinh said.
“We decided to do this because so many people are struggling with mental health issues. We want people to get the help they need.
“Also, Penumbra is a Scottish charity. Good to see mental health is getting better here.”