B.C.

Lisbon / Portugal

SEASON DURATION:
OPEN ALL YEAR

General:

Lisbon is the capital of Portugal and is situated on hilly terrain on the Atlantic coast. From the imposing Castelo de São Jorge, there is a wide view over the entire old town with its pastel-coloured houses, the Tejo estuary and the suspension bridge Ponte 25 de Abril. The Museu Nacional do Azulejo displays decorative ceramic tiles from 5 centuries. Outside Lisbon, a series of beaches stretch along the Atlantic Ocean between Cascais and Estoril. Here is tourism and bissnes, which offers very good earning opportunities.

Working system of the club:

Pole dance ( 1 song per show , strip to naked at the end of the song last 10 sec, 2-3 shows per night), lap dance - table dance - hostess ( sitting with customers at the table and create a nice ambiance ).


Club opening hours:

Every day open: 22.30 - 5.00

6 days working / week


Travel:

Travel costs must be paid by the show artist (flight, train, bus).


Accommodation:

Dancers accommodation is offered by the Club and costs 10,- € / day

2 persons / room, sharing bathroom and kitchen with others dancers

Fully furnished rooms , Kitchen (with microwave, oven, fridge) and Bath (with shower ), Living room ( TV | cable , WiFi ) .

Bed sheets offered .

Payment:

  • Daily salary is 35,- € fixed

  • Champagne and Drinks: 25%

  • Dances 50% : 1 Lapdance costs 35,- € ( one song ), 1 private show costs 50,- € (10 min ), private show costs 80,- € ( 10 min ), stage show costs 100,- € ( 10 min )

  • One free meal / nigh is offered by the club

  • All money paid every week on Monday´s. Money in advance can be asked if need it


Dress Code:

No special requirements, sexy outfits,

(High Heels, Corset, Hotpants, Bikini, etc.)

Minimum 6 different outfits, 1 outfit per performance day is sufficient.

Requirements for the dancer:

  • Minimum 18 years old

  • Pleasant and well-groomed appearance

  • Languages English and Portuguese

  • communicative and friendly

  • well trained body


Additional information:

The dancer can work as an employee with a contract or as a self-employed dancer.

Self-employed dancers should have a trade licence and a

tax ID as well as accident and health insurance.

If this is not the case, we can help you organise all the employment documents.