April’s Luscious Cabaret is going to be tremendous! After Little Lady Luscious was kidnapped by some of her students for their Student Takeover at the beginning of March, she’s back, she’s fierce, and what’s that? Shes even performing!

At this months Cabaret We’ll be seeing; Hoops, Tap, Flutes, Drag, and of course Burlesque. Tickets are selling fast, Early Bird Tickets will be off sale very soon, so get yours quick!

With all that being said, let’s introduce you to our wonderful performers!

Bella Donna Bitters

The Chaotic comedy queen and Art of Drag Graduate, Belladonna Bitters (Psycho Therapist) is here to help with her show “What’s Your Problem?”
Are you as curious as we are to see what it’s all about?

 

 

 

Chlamydia Jones

Knock knock!
Who’s there?
Chlamydia!!

That’s Agent Chlamydia Jones to you and her Mi69 colleagues; Protector, Observer and Outrageously Fabulous (aka P.O.O.F.)

Always surprising, always delightful and definitely one of a kind, our most infectious performer will answer our burning questions:

Is she the most inconspicuous drag queen on the scene?

Where does she hide her weapon?

What’s her favourite “brace yourself” position?

Does she date alongside her crucial job?

How can her lucky dates secure trips to the Bone Zone?…and many more! Expect the unexpected!
Find her on Facebook & Instagram

Kallum Kiray

Kallum is an all singing all flirting bisexual drag king.

He graduated from the Royal Vauxhall Tavern’s Art of Drag course last November and has since performed around the London cabaret scene and beyond including; Open Box, Mx Club, Bar Wotever, King of Clubs, Queer Spirit and Art of Drag at the Underbelly. Find him on FacebookInstagram 

Tap About Town

Katie Lewis is a professional broadway style tap dancer who draws her inspiration from iconic musicals and the great legends of stage and screen.

Her unique act Tap About Town offers vaudeville style, glamour and comedy which will be sure to brighten your day!

Find her on Instagram

 

 

 

 

Kozalicious

Kozalicious is a classic burlesque performer who is inspired and influenced by old Hollywood glamour and classic Burlesque from the 1940s & 1950s. A keen musician, she loves to bring her magical Flute to the stage along with lots of glitter, sparkle and cuteness.

Find her on Instagram

Luspinda

Luspinda is a hula hooping showgirl. Inspired by musicals, drag performers and traditional circus, expect show tunes, sass and serious spinning skills!

You can find her on Instagram

Lady May

Statuesque. Burlesque. Glamazon. Some of the longest legs in the business, and some of the most dangerous curves. Tease tutor, body-positive ambassador and workshop producer.
Ranked #9 of UK Most Influential Burlesque Figures of 2018-2019 and #75 Globally!
Here’s her;  Website, Facebook, Instagram & Twitter 

Little Lady Luscious

And here she is … The boss, the one who hands out the hugs on the door, our illustrious leader, the eccentric lady of the manor who is always running late and has a very odd obsession with Star Wars.  LLL began life in New Zealand back in 2009 after an affair with a dashing Australian naval officer.  Deciding it was time to do something for her, she whipped her only pair of heels and headed to burlesque class and has not looked back since.  Now running her own burlesque courses (soon to have their 10 year anniversary) and producing the wonderful Luscious Cabaret, you’re in for a real treat this April!

Here’s the Website & her Instagram (yes we’ve allowed her to have her very own profile!)

Stormina Teacup

As always, our wonderful stage manager, Storima Teacup will be there making sure the night runs smoothly, the performers are well and looked after and most importantly keeping Paulus in check!

Find her on Instagram

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paulus

Your host Paulus, will be back to keep you thoroughly entertained, sing songs, tell you stories (hopefully short stories), talk with you (we promise he will be kind), and ensure you have a fabulous evening like always!

Welcome to our top 10 cabaret moments of 2019!

Well hello there, Little Lady Luscious here! As 2019 draws to a close I’m reflecting upon what an awesome year we have had here at Luscious Cabaret.  This time last year I was unsure if Luscious Cabaret and classes would continue.  In typical Luscious style I pulled up my stockings and dug my heels in, with the help of the awesome Glory Pearl we got to work on turning things around.

When looking back on what I have achieved since setting up Luscious I remembered what it is I love about this fabulous world of cabaret and burlesque. The joy of watching my wonderful students grow and blossom on stage.  Finding a fabulous new act and seeing the audience love that act as much as I did when I first saw it.  As a result of this rediscovery Luscious has had a fantastic year of shows and classes. I have you, our luscious audience, to thank along with the fabulous luscious family who work hard behind the scenes to keep this crazy little cabaret community going.

Here are my top 10 Luscious Cabaret moments of 2019.

10) An opening celebration

The opening of 2019 brought with it the 10 year anniversary of my first performance as Little Miss in New Zealand.  In the February show I brought together my favourite performers, students and of course my Dad Admiral John …

Three pictures on the left bald boylesque performer dressed as rugby player with his hands in his pants. Top Right burlesque performer in a giant teacup with teaspoon. Bottom right singer dress in a an admiral's outfit with a ukulele
Vince Moon, Stormina Teacup and Admiral John

9) The Luscious Burlesque Night

My favourite shows of the year are always the Luscious Burlesque Nights.  It’s wonderful to see our students blossom on stage.  Each show has so many highlights but here’s just a few that stuck out in my mind …

The Tinder act – In the rehearsal on the run up to the show Trixi Tassels and I had no idea what our students had planned.  We were blown away in the rehearsal and the routine on the night  went down an absolute storm and was the perfect way to end the Luscious Burlesque Night.

Pussy in Boots – This photo encapsulates all things luscious, friendship and fun.  All three woman had done the beginners and advance classes together and it was a joy to watch them have fun and embrace each other at the end of their act.  Allegra Whispers and Bella Rose have gone on to create Bella Whispers Cabaret.  Go check them out!

The Burly Babe reveal – In November the burly babe introduced his parents to burlesque but didn’t tell them he’d be in the show.  The Burly photographer caught the moment of his reveal perfectly in this picture.

Shadelicious – A partnership made in heaven.  The gorgeous Kozalicious and the sensual Shade Dean partnered up for a hilarious duet.  This moment captures beautifully the joy of their heist success.

If our beautiful students have inspired you to take a course in burlesque check out our Burlesque Classes & Workshop Page

8) Gigi Vin Rouge

Now this lady gets a special mention as it was this time last year she had attended her first Luscious show and in 2019 she has become a member of the Luscious family (we’re not letting go of you).  You will find her on the door when you come to Luscious Cabaret and propping up the bar after the show. This year she took the beginners and advance burlesque course and smashed both.  Our particular favourite moment was the quote she gave us in her blog.

“DO YOU KNOW WHAT, FUCK IT! I’M STILL GOING TO GET ON STAGE AND DANCE AND TAKE OFf MY CLOTHES. AND I WILL DO IT TO FUCKING CHEERS!”

Read the full Blog Here
Gigi Posing at the end of her routine showing off her body to the crowd

And next year with the beautiful Divina Curves she’ll be taking over Luscious Cabaret!

7) Luscious Cabaret and politics

This isn’t something we normally advertise at Luscious.  I founded Luscious Cabaret and all things luscious as a place to have fun and forget what is going on in the world outside.  But three Luscious Cabaret’s clashed with political moments and well it was rude not too …

Diva Regina and Brexit.  Each scheduled date for brexit saw Diva Regina on our stage, giving her unique take on what the fuck was going on in British politics.

 

Lolly Jones and Theresa May The announcement we’d all been predicting since she became prime minister. Theresa May decided to step down as leader of the conservative party and on that same day was the June instalment of Luscious Cabaret.  As a result we put it to the vote and you voted for a Theresa May act and Lolly Jones stepped in and gave us all a leaving speech to remember!

6) Lynn Ruth Miller

Inspiration in burlesque comes in many forms.  When Lynn Ruth Miller walked on to the Luscious Cabaret stage she took our audience by storm.  Taking up burlesque in her 70’s she’s still going strong in her 80’s! Following her act almost everyone came up to me to tell me how much they loved her and how she had inspired them.  We are now desperate for a Lynn & Admiral John duo act

5) DJ Tom

Tom has been with Luscious since 2012 (the shy one by the sound desk).  We love this human being and this year they began to keep the party going after Luscious Cabaret.  There has been dance off’s and a lot of lets get ready to rumble! Damn you Tom for knowing my achilles heel!

 

4) Darth the Disco Dancer

After spending three weeks crystaling my Darth Vader helmet I unleashed it to the world back in October in a disco dancing bonanza.  To say it was fun is an understatement it was the most fun I’d had on stage in a long time and again I re-connected with why I got into the business in the first place.  Thank you for indulging me!

 

3) Paulus – The Tart with a heart!

Paulus has been a wonderful host this year but not just that, a wonderful and supportive friend.  This picture was taken in May, the whole of team Luscious had had a pretty emotional week and to have this moment on stage and share it with our wonderful audience was very special indeed.  By June Paulus had indeed returned to themselves and no on stage hugs were allowed, but this moment was a lovely one.

 

2) The revamp of the Fancy Dress Box

We decided to shake up the fancy dress box and as a result we had two absolutely golden moments …

1st Date Kiss – What better way to spend your first date than on the front row at Luscious Cabaret.  This lovely couple were an obvious choice to bring up on stage for the fancy dress competition. Here’s their choice of pose and they did indeed win the prosecco … 

The Benny Hill moment – Paulus pulled Stormina Teacup and myself backstage for an important meeting.  “I want one of you to chase me round the fancy dress box”  I did not hesitate and volunteered.  We now don’t know how to top this moment …

1) The Ooooo moment

Back in July Debbie Delaware walked on to our stage.  In an emotional and beautiful moment they had the audience become their backing singers it was an incredible moment and if we could of had lighters in the air I think we would of done.

 

So that wraps up 2019.  We hope you have a fabulous break over Christmas and New Year and we can’t wait to see you back at Luscious in 2020!

If you want to keep up to date with all of our upcoming shows and courses in 2020 why not join our mailing list.  You’ll also get a cheeky wee discount code for Luscious Cabaret!

On September 15th 2017 Frankly Desire recommended the Luscious Burlesque Course to “Everyone” below is the original blog sharing all of the fun …
The Luscious Burlesque course has been going for longer than Little Lady Luscious cares to admit to, but she is always pleasantly surprised by the diversity of the students and the acts that they create. So whether you are a seasoned professional dancer, an enthusiastic cabaret lover, a complete beginner with no idea of what burlesque is (!), or a total lay person who would like to develop their confidence through a fun and low pressure dance class – this course is probably for you. Today we meet incomparable Frankly Desire!

Why did you decide to do the Luscious Burlesque course?

Burlesque is something that always was in the back of my mind and I never had the dare to do, that is why when my friend Momo said she was joining the course I quickly jumped in!

 Describe the course in 3 words.
 Fun, fun, fun… for real!
What did you learn from doing the course?
 There is more in burlesque than taking clothes off and to enjoy and love my body as it is.
Well… lets say I am more cheeky now than before…
What was the best thing about it?
Apart from the amazing Emily that helped us every step of the way, the people I met during the course is the best thing, being all of us from different backgrounds is an amazing experience to learn and discover burlesque through someonelse’s eyes.
Tell us about the first time you performed. How did you feel?
I felt like a turkey the day before thanksgiving! But thanks to everyone there, the feeling ended up being like an astronaut watching down to earth. Unbelievable amazing!!!!!!
Have you performed since the luscious debut show?
I have performed with some friends in a show but it was not really burlesque, although I was taking my clothes off. Being on the course helped me a lot for that performance as I was feeling more confident with myself and I think that translated on my performance.
Who would you recommend the course to?
 Everybody!!
Do you use any of the skills you learned in every day life?
Well… lets say I am more cheeky now than before…
If you think the course sounds like it might be for you, for more info on the burlesque fun click here! or book your space via the button below.
The new course starts on 16th September – we can’t wait to see you there xx
You bring yourself and we’ll provide the feathers!

September Course Details

Monday 16th September - Monday 4th November. The Academy Mews Studios, 15 Pratt Mews, London NW1 0AD 7:00pm – 8:30pm

£150.00

 

Queen Aubrey Jean has been on our radar for a wee while.  We have finally managed to coax her away from her grocery store and educate you all in the ways veganism and aubergines.  We can guarantee you will love this act as much as we did when we first saw it.  Grab your greens and book yourself a ticket to the most welcoming cabaret in town.  Read on to find out how Aubrey came to life and discover her most memorable moment on stage …
Aubrey Jean at Luscious Cabaret Friday 5th July
How long have you been performing and what inspired you to get started? 
I have been performing in am-dram since the age of four. I moved to London to go to dance school and then on to drama school and live amongst the excitement and buzz and artistic world of the city and to pursue a performing career. I was inspired to perform because I was quite a shy introverted chap growing up and this was a way of expressing myself and getting myself out there. Once on stage I caught the acting bug and now I can’t stop! In terms of what inspired me to do drag I love Drag Race, and watched it from season 1. I guess it kind of gave me permission and I saw how fun it could be, and it reminded me of my four year old self who’d dress up like Geri Halliwell and dance on the coffee table for my Grandma whilst she did her crossword in the paper. I’d suppressed him a little and it’s time he came out and made a comeback as something fabulous – voila! Aubrey Jean was born! Performing in Netflix’s ‘The Alienist’ last year as a boy prostitute in feminine clothing also made me think if I can do it on screen the next step is to get on stage and REALLY do it – so I did! With The Art of Drag course. Do it! Best course ever!
What do you love most about performing?
Making people laugh and smile. Best feeling ever. The feeling of being accepted too, that people are genuinely enjoying your performance and interested in your funny little sketch and what you have to say, and the enjoyment you feel in entertaining people and bringing them some joy and happiness. The uplifting buzz it gives you when you’re out there on stage and you catch the sparkle in people’s eyes from their smiling faces and you know you’re on the ice and the audience are right there with you going along for the ride! ‘ONCE MORE UNTO THE BREACH DEAR FRIENDS!’

Aubrey Jean is the worlds first Vegan Drag Superstar! With a passion for the eggplant and saving the environment one humpback whale at a time

Who inspires you as a performer?
Madonna. I know some people aren’t keen but I love her staying power, she’s intelligent, she’s artistic, her finger is on the pulse. She’s fearless, I love her ‘you say I can’t do it but I’ll do it anyway and succeed’ attitude. And she does. Hyacinth Bucket because she reminds me of my Grandma. My Grandma. Violet Chacki – her aesthetic and her level of drag and insane beauty. Pina Bausch – Tanztheater Wuppertal, Shangela, Courtney Act, The Spice Girls, Lady Gaga, Bette Midler in Hocus Pocus, Meryl Streep as Madeleine Ashton in Death Becomes Her.
Picture of Meryl Streep in Death Becomes her
What has been your most memorable moment on stage? 
Probably dancing on a table in a brothel in nothing but ostrich feathers in front of Luke Evans. That was pretty memorable. And it’s when I thought to myself I want to seriously do Drag.
We can’t wait to welcome you to the Luscious Cabaret stage without giving too much away can you tell us a little bit about your act?
Aubrey Jean is the worlds first Vegan Drag Superstar! With a passion for the eggplant and saving the environment one humpback whale at a time, she’s abandoned her Organic Greengrocery store and has wheelbarrowed herself into the heart of London to spread her message of Veganism to the queers all over the world!
So milk your oats and pour yourself a glass of Cinzano, pack your rice cakes and for the love of God don’t forget your nut butter! Aubrey‘s here and she’s ready to party – ITS TIME TO GO VEGAN BITCHEZ!
And book you tickets to Luscious Cabaret this Friday!

After performing her drag stand-up at Luscious Cabaret back in April, Ms Larissa Thorne decided to give burlesque a spin. She went ahead and signed up for the Luscious Burlesque Course and is soo excited to present Raven Divine to cabaret world.  This sexy and sultry minx will be getting you all hot under the collar on Friday night.

Ravine Divine, Luscious Cabaret Friday 5th July

It’s been a joy to teach Raven Divine.  The whole class had shoe envy through out the course.  Seriously when she comes on stage on Friday check out the gorgeous boots that will be on display!  Not only has she been a divine student she is a divine person too.  Read on to find out more …

Have you ever been on stage before?
I’ve performed in drag on the Luscious Cabaret stage, the Royal Vauxhall Tavern, Comedy Pub and Two Brewers. However, I was fully dressed at the end of those performances. Overdressed even.
Oh, and I was in panto as a teenager. Peter Pan. I was a Lost Boy called Slightly Soiled. It could have been a prediction…

By Day security Manager by Night drag queen and burlesque artisite

Are you excited about getting on to the Luscious Cabaret Stage?
Somewhere between excited and terrified!

How different is your day job from burlesque?
By day I’m a security manager. By night, drag queen and now burlesque artiste. Poles apart! I have been practicing my shimmies at work though.

Larissa Thorne looking at the audience asking for agreementWhat did you enjoy most about the Luscious Burlesque Course?
Little Lady Luscious and Trixi Tassels are so warm and supportive! I feel my creativity has been nurtured. And the other students have been great!

Come along to London’s most welcoming cabaret this Friday and show the lovely Raven Divine some Luscious love with whoops, cheers and plenty foot stamping.

With Paulus away there’s only one host in town who knows how to get the Luscious party started in their absence.  It is the awesome Carmen Mon Oxide.  In April she had our audience singing penis at the top of their voices, back in 2017 she tried seducing Little Lady Luscious’ partner, Mr Delicious by hiding him under her skirt.  We love it when Carmen comes to play as we are never quite sure what is going to happen next.  Read on to find out a little bit more about this cabaret powerhouse …

Luscious Cabaret, Friday 5th July Carmen Mon Oxide
How long have you been performing and what inspired you to get started? 
It feels like a lifetime! I’ve been doing cabaret for more than ten years now and singing since before I can remember! I had a really terrible job in a call centre and had already been doing a bit of busking… but having to call people who were already giving and ask them to give more per month to Medicine San frontier made my stomach crawl. I knew I needed to become a singer and I had a diva strop after someone spoke to me in a patronising way and never looked back.
Carmen posing on a log
What do you love most about performing?
Haha! Everything apart from dragging a massive suitcase around. When I was younger I always thought being a singer would be super easy with no double bass or anything heavy to hump around. Little did I know I would end up having multiple costumes, my own microphone, amps, mic stands and a huge amount of make up.
Who inspires you as a performer?
Alice Cooper’s stage show, the costumes of disco and the fabric shops of Goldhawk Road!
What has been your most memorable moment on stage?
My first appearance on stage as Angel Gabriel in the Nativity play (age 5).
Book your tickets for Luscious Cabaret this Friday to find out what mischief Carmen Mon Oxide gets up to this month!

It’s time to meet Debbi Delaware. A rock and gospel singer of a certain age who has found (stumbled?) her way into the Cabaret circuit through a love of singing (belting out) heart-wrenching ballads and venues that serve booze. A born survivor of the slings and arrows life has thrown at her, she is here to tell her story. Occasionally using the stage name ‘The Lady Miss D’ (if it’s a classy venue) and also part of rock duo LaBelle et Le Beast.  It was part of rock duo LaBelle et Le Beast that Little Lady Luscious encountered Debbi, but who is she really?  Who inspires her and what does she have in store for us at Luscious Cabaret …

Debbie Delaware, Luscious Cabaret Friday 5th July

 

How long have you been performing and what inspired you to get started? 

All my life I believed I could not sing – and had been told so many times I gave up trying – then two years ago I went into the Amazon Jungle to do an apprenticeship with an Ayahuasca Shaman and part of the work was to learn healing songs, or icaros, that are performed in the ceremonies to help people ‘purge’ and assist the healing/cleansing process. I was given a cd with recorded Icaros on and a lyrics sheet (which was pretty useless as it was in the native tribal language Shipibo – and what was written bore no resemblance to the sounds) and was left alone in the jungle to get on with it. By repeated listening and copying the sounds I found that I started to get the hang of it, then got quite good at it – according to others – but the real test was when I had to sing then in ceremony – and I had hardly got through the first verse and everyone was projectile vomiting (a good thing!). I knew I wasn’t able to hit some notes or get the breathing right so when I came bac I was determined to learn them properly so I was recommend a singing teach – short story – she informed be I could actually sing – and was quite good never having had a lesson – and she suggested I join the Gospel Choir she MD’d. Singing in the gospel choir introduced me to a wealth of very emotional songs and I would often find myself moved to tears – which was an inspiration in itself – so I wanted to share some of this with others – so I began trying for solos. It the solos I found I was very nervous so looked for something to do that might help with my nerves and stage presence and I came across Michael Twaits The Art of Drag course – which sounded fun so I did that and made my Drag debut at the student showcase at the end – that led to the heats of Prides Got Talent and then on to the semi-final. I love singing and love sharing song with people that I find moving (and often they do too).

 

What do you love most about performing?

Connecting with people, when the stories in the songs resonate.

Who inspires you as a performer?

I love women who don’t give a shit – so Cher, Debbie Harry, Polystyrene, Siouxsie and Wendy O’Williams.

What has been your most memorable moment on stage? 

When I sang at The Power of Love World AIDS Day Gala in memory of Tony, the love I lost to AIDS.

We can’t wait to welcome you to the Luscious Cabaret stage without giving too much away can you tell us a little bit about your act?

Expect some big numbers on dark themes.

 

Join us on Friday 5th July for some to class singing, drag, burlesque and Friday Fun Times …

Luscious Cabaret this month is going to be a celebration.  In just three weeks we will be returning to The Albany Great Portland Street for our usual blend of Luscious Cabaret and as an added bonus we’ll be showcasing not one but three Luscious Burlesque Students!  They’ve been beavering away for the past 7 weeks learning new skills and preparing their first acts just for you.

We’ll be introducing them to you over the coming weeks.  In the meantime lets meet the rest of our Luscious line up!

Bringing an extra bit of sparkle to your evening will be the very glittery Trixee Sparkle.

Trixee Sparkle Posing in a glittery dress

London’s most colourful drag star it’s LaBelle DuJour

LaBelle DuJour posing infront of a gold glittery background

The Waacking queen of burlesque Lady Perez will be showing off her showgirl side

Lady Perez posing

The cosmic Moon Dragon will take you on a very personal journey.

Moon Dragon posing with the Moon

The queen of the aubergine Aubrey Jean will be educating us in the ways of veganism

Aubrey Jean posing with a aubergine

Introducing us to a US idol it’s the awesome Lady Blue Phoenix

lady blue phoenix posing with a large yellow organza boa

All the way from France we have the excellent Maximiliano, the Mindfarer

maximiliano posing with a card

Paulus, has gone missing the month, I’m sure we’ll find them somewhere.  While we discover where they got to we have the awesome Carmen Mon Oxide hosting London’s most Welcoming Cabaret!

Carmen Mon Oxide with snakes in her hair

So what are you waiting for?  Book your tickets and join in the Cabaret fun on Friday 5th July!

 

In March 2018 whilst Little Lady Luscious was working on Burlesque Idol an email popped into the idol applications inbox about four days before a heat.  It was the week of the beast from the east.  The application was from Lolly Jones a new burlesque performer with a Theresa May themed act.

“I feel that we’ve amalgamated into one being now.  What will I do when she’s out of office?!”

It began “I know the March heat is on Friday but if you have a spare slot I would love to do it.”  Initial thought was not bloody likely.  Then the beast from the east took hold and the South of England went into meltdown.  Then emails from performers began flooding in “My train has been cancelled”  “I’m snowed in”.  LLL being a northerner was in disbelief.  Those on the reserve list for that month now had plans or were also snowed in.  The day before the show LLL found herself emailing Lolly Jones, “This week is you’re lucky week, can you still do the show?”  Lolly leapt at the chance and went on to win the heat!  Theresa May doing burlesque was a hit!

theresa May in stockings and suspenders

Now that Theresa May (the beast from Eastbourne) is leaving office we put it to the Luscious fans and with a 91% landslide, Lolly Jones/Theresa May will be making her leaving speech at Luscious Cabaret on Friday.  To get you all warmed up and ready for this landmark of a speech read on to find out how Theresa May and Lolly Jones became one …

When you have a day off, what do you do for fun?

Currently, I’m learning how to ride a hoverboard for my next act – Angela Merkel.  She’s so boring that I’m keeping her on the move.   Other than that, I really like going on long country walks and drinking Prosecco with a view.  It’s a welcome change to writing an Edinburgh show.  If I’m in reach of wifi, I’ll just be reading up on Brexit.

How did you choose your stage name?

My stage name chose me!  My real name is Lorna and around fifteen years ago, someone misheard me.  They thought I said Lolly and it stuck.  But mostly I’m just introduced as Theresa May.  I feel that we’ve amalgamated into one being now.  What will I do when she’s out of office?!

What’s the craziest moment you’ve experienced as a performer?

I once did a show in Switzerland where all the electrics blew.  We didn’t have a techy so we just carried on in the dark.  The show was a three person Jekyll and Hyde. They didn’t miss out on much.

What do you love most about the cabaret community?

I’d previously been a stand up for about 6 years so when I crossed over onto the cabaret scene, I couldn’t believe the difference.  Rather than competition and self-deprecation, I’ve been immersed in a fun, supportive, exhilarating world.  I love seeing the props emerge from suitcases and learning how people came up with their bat shit crazy acts!  I love the camaraderie and the unpredictability.  It’s bloody wonderful!

Are you excited to see this love affair come to a close?  Book your seats to London’s most welcoming cabaret!