About & Press

by Jemma Mickleburgh

by Jemma Mickleburgh

Agent Lynch, the burlesque artist and all round 60s aficiondo, has been a firm favourite of the Burlesque scene for the past 6 years. A circuit fixture in her native London she also performs regularly in France, Italy, Ireland and accross Europe.  Famous for her inventive espionage, Barbarella and iconic 60s and 70s inspired routines she has gained a reputation for out of the ordinary shows specialising in pyrotechnics, magic, humorous twists and working with conceptual fashion designers such as Rachel Friere (Jessie J) and Petra Storrs (Lady Gaga and Paloma Faith). In August 2012 Agent Lynch joined the Olivier Awards winning La Clique Royale to 5 star reviews (The Scotsman). She is currently based in Melbourne.

Because of her love of 1960s glamour US lingerie Brand Secrets in Lace appointed Agent Lynch in  2008 to be their UK spokesmodel, and she represents them at the London and New Orleans Burlesque Festival each year. Agent Lynch also produced and starred in the acclaimed New York disco inspired cabaret Studio 64 also featuring acclaimed cabaret aritsts’ Kiki Kaboom, Roxy Velvet and Kitty Bang Bang (Hurly Burly) which ran at Brickhouse, London, for a 2 month extended run. This was followed by the Prince Tribute show ‘Purple Rain’ which starred Europe’s leading Prince tribute artist Jimmy Love. Studio 64 has now gone on to tour in Vienna and now produces the Studio 64 for Winterwell Festival annually.

Agent Lynch has danced her way around Bollywood, performed for Rock royalty (Queen), taken to Bestival’s main stage and starred in music promos for bands such as Elbow, Tricky, The Enemy, The Correspondents, Six Nation State. Her media credits include ABC New Orleans, ITV’s ‘I love the 60s’, a panelist on BBC Radio 4 and Honda’s  Live Every Litre documentary, which saw Agent Lynch perform her iconic Yves Klein Tribute live in Montmartre, Paris. Agent Lynch also features in the books ‘Be Burlesque’ by Soazig Le Bozec  and ‘Domestic Burlesque’  by Elsa Quarsell which became the front cover of the The Times Spectrum magazine. Her burlesque faux-espoinage exploits also lead to her arrest in Morocco, but that’s another story.

Performance Credits include


La Clique Royale, Comic Strip, Adelaide Fringe, Best of the Fest, Melbourne Comedy Festival, LuWow, Melbourne, Marcel Lucont’s Cabaret Fantastique, Wam Bam Club, Queen’s 40th Birtday, La Reve at Cafe De Paris, Boom Boom Club, Hootenannies, Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club, Tassel Club (Dublin) (London), Dublin Burlesque Ball, Phoenix Club Vienna, Micca Club (Rome), Connie Douglas, WInterwell Festival, Brickhouse, Madame Jo Jos, Bete Noir, Proud Cabaret, Reading Festival, Tea in the Park,  Break break Live, Camp Bestival, Salon Rouge, Norwich Arts Club, Boodles Boobs Ball, Comic Strip (Edinburgh Fringe), Miss Behave’s The Mess (Edinburgh Fringe), Red Death Lates at Battersea Arts Club with Punch Drunk, Gentry de Paris Revue , Glitter Fever (Paris), Sarajevo Film Festival, Neo Retro (Bulgaria), London Burlesque Festival, Guts for Garter Launch, ‘Fashionista’s night out For The Children’s Trust’, Club Lotus (Marrakech), Time for Tease, Pussy Galore at Volupte, Vanudeville Nouveau (New York), New Orleans Burlesque Festival, Swinging Carnaby Festival, Vivid Soda (Northampton), Bonobo presents at the Cafe Royal, Primitive Festival (Rotterdam), Pantichrist (Basel), ‘Beautiful and The Damned Cobden Club), Steamboat Bordello.

Producing Credits
Studio 64 at Brickhouse
Purple Rain at Brickhouse
Studio 64 Film Club at Soho Sanctum Hotel
Press Credits include:

Grazia (UK, Japan and Bosnia), The Times Spectrum, Time Out London, Daily Star, Tempo (Bulgaria), Kustom (France), The Sun, The Mirror, The Stage, Test Magazine, ’Be Burlesque’ by Soazig Le Bozec  and ‘Domestic Burlesque’  by Elsa Quarsell, ABC New Orleans, BBC Radio 4,

Film credits include:

Live Every Litre (Honda)

Elbow ‘Grounds for Divorce’

Tricky ‘Puppy Toy’

The Correspondents ‘Cheating With you’

Six Nation State ‘Why Don’t you Love me’

The Enemy ‘Sing when your in love’

Je T’aime by Mathieu Breliere

I Love the 60s (ITV)

Shot for US Dice Magazine June 2008 by Julian Balme

Shot for US Dice Magazine June 2008 by Julian Balme

RECENT PRESS

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Sunday Times Spectrum Magazine July 2009

Sunday Times Spectrum Magazine July 2009

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Agent Lynch   runs her Burlesque Academy regularly in London which is sponsored by the US Nylon stocking and lingerie company Secrets in Lace teaching the basics of burlesque and her trade mark moves! She has also featured in the UK, Greek and Chinese Grazia and graced the cover of The Sunday Times Spectrum Magazine.

Agent Lynch is also the proud spokesmodel for US lingerie company www.secretsinlace.com.

By Hannah Mia, Agent Lynch wears Secrets in Lace Dita Von Teese Diamond Seam stockings and the Classic Full OBG .

By Hannah Mia, Agent Lynch wears Secrets in Lace Dita Von Teese Diamond Seam stockings and the Classic Full OBG .

Agent Lynch shoot for TEST MAGAZINE  www.testmag.co.uk (September 2009)

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UK Grazia

UK Grazia

Bosnian Grazia

Bosnian Grazia

Agent Lynch Sarajevo Press 4