The liberty foundatioN presents The Belle Époque February Feelgood Ball

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Liberty Foundation's third annual fundraiser transported guests to the decadence of the Belle Époque fantasy era, combining the romantic elegance of this period with the heady world of the vintage circus and the Parisien Moulin Rouge. Guests were entertained throughout the evening by weird and wonderful performances from contortionists, wizards, goddesses and showgirls with the opportunity to delve into the vast array of theatrical costumes and accessories in the Prangsta Boudoir. A lavish sit down dinner was served before high energy swing and gypsy jazz band, The Smokey Taps, took to the stage. The evening will took a contemporary twist with an eclectic DJ set from Mike Skinner, which kept the the party spirit up till 2:00am.

- Champagne reception
- The Smokey Taps, swing and gypsy jazz
- Weird and wonderful performances...contortionists, wizards, goddesses, showgirls...
- Prangsta Boudoir, vintage and theatrical costumes/accessories
- Lavish sit down dinner
- Live auction

-Mike Skinner DJ set

All proceeds went towards to Liberty Children's Home, caring for abused and abandoned children in Belize.

Holly Jade O'Leary oversaw all aspects of the production; from the initial event conception and curation, casting, interior decor, fittings, technical booking and back line facilitation, risk assessments, contracts, production schedule, event management, artist liason, accounts, and post production to deliver a cohesive, unforgettable occasion of calibre entertainment with a compassionate message.


The Liberty Foundation exists to provide care and education for abused and abandoned children in Belize, Central America.

They are a small charity with a big focus on providing high quality services for children in Belize. Their vision has always been to give children much more than just shelter and food.

In 2003 Marcelle Delahaye, Founder of Liberty Foundation, spent a significant time in Belize and visited children’s homes across the country. She saw a clear need for an alternative residential facility for children in the Belize City area who had been abandoned, or removed from their home due to abuse. The Liberty Foundation’s annual gala raised funding at the Belle Epoque February Feelgood Ball through a live auction.

The Belle Epoque Feel Good Ball

Client: The Liberty Foundation / Prangsta Entertainment

Production manager: Holly Jade O’Leary

Costume Designer: Prangsta Costumiers

Set Design: Prangsta Costumiers

Cast: Vicky Butterfly, The Smokey Taps, Avi and Gaia, Dott Cotton & Alex, Betty Madimi, Scarah Jolie-Laide, Louise Mason, Equador Zaha

Technical direction: Gemma Delahaye

Photography: Ben Moore, Simulcra Studio