The Luscious motto is to have fun!  We have fun in the classes, on stage and we have fun at Luscious Cabaret.  We thought we would ask our awesome acts what do they do for fun off stage …

Belle De Beauvoir

This fabulous lady is taking the burlesque world by storm and only graduated from the Cheek Of It! Burlesque school less than one year ago.  So with such a busy schedule what does do for fun?

“My favourite thing to do offstage is to take self care time! A rose water bubble bath with some old vintage movies and a glass of Prosecco never does me wrong!”
Paulus
On the 2nd March our host is returning to the TV for the second series of All Together Now.  That must be a fun show to work on, but Paulus rarely stands.  Could this be because he is hard to impress or he just doesn’t know how to have fun …
“I have not had fun since 1997 when I got caught in a lift with a hula hoop salesman.”
Mimi Sugar Pill
Our next new performer is the fabulous Mimi Sugar Pill.  Graduating from The House of Burlesque Academy in November this impressive woman goes from one extreme to the other …
“I would say I have two extremes of the spectrum – you will either find me glammed up & dancing through the night, or in my dressing gown indulging in my unhealthy obsession with Candy Crush.”
Miss Cherry On Fire
The delectable Miss Cherry on Fire is always having a party on stage, but she likes to keep her fun time off stage pretty simple …
“Drink prosecco!”
Cerise Rei
This performer is one firecracker on stage and we can’t wait to introduce her to our Luscious audience.  Dance is her passion but is there something else she loves more?
“Dancing is honestly when I’m having the most fun, it means the world to me or if I’m sleeping because I love sleep! I’m a bit like a cat.”
We’ll be revealing more fun from our Luscious Line Up via our Facebook and Instagram pages.  If this has inspired you to have some fun away from the day job join us on Friday 1st March and The Albany Great Portland St.  You can grab your tickets from Design My Night via the button below.
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Coco Nobel returns to Luscious Cabaret this Friday and we can’t wait to see what she has in store for us this time.  It will be guaranteed to be sparkly and fun!

 

Why did you start performing?

Performing combines my passion for dancing and creativity. It gives me the opportunity to show a different side of me and it feels like I complete myself to feel a different level of happiness.

 

Do you remember your first time on stage? How did that go?

My first Burlesque performance to an audience was my graduation show at House of Burlesque. I was so nervous but also very eager to go on stage. I loved every second and couldn’t believe how fast it was over.

 

Of all of your acts, which is your favourite to perform?

My signature “Money act” is so rewarding when the audience starts singing “Hey big spender…”

But also my “Lazy/Shower” act is

 

 

What sets you apart from other performers?

I tend to be more quiet backstage as I’m always focused to get all preparation done.

Love to have a giggle but first all has to be organised and ready. Typical German.

 

What do you think is people’s first impression of you?

I haven’t asked that question before, but the feedback often was that they feel inspired. Showing a lot of skin having a curve body like a women, not a top model, brings desire to the surface and women feeling motivated to book a class soon.

 

What’s your favourite thing about cabaret?

There is no limit of creativity, age and beauty. You can be surprised every time.

 

How did you choose your stage name?

My stage name is a combination of my actual last name which is Nöbel. Coco was the perfect combination for elegance, classic and glamorous to build my character. Once I was called on stage as “Coco Chanel”.

 

What’s your next challenge in life or in performing?

My challenge is to find a better work and performance balance. I like to come up with a new idea to manage my double life.

 

Join us on Friday for an absolutely awesome night of Cabaret with Onyx Fatale, Dolly Trolley & Valerie Savage, Holly Dun-Something, Diva Regina, Kiki Mellék all hosted by the fabulous Michael Twaits!

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Happy Easter everyone!  And we have a treat for you today, the fabulous powerhouse that is Onyx Fatale.  This sassy & fabulous diva is one of our faves here at Luscious Cabaret and we hear she is going to be a bit of a disco diva this coming Friday.  Here’s a look back to the last time she joined us at Luscious Cabaret.
  
1. What does a typical show day look like for you?  
I start my show day from the time I wake up. I start my day prepping and sorting out my glamorous outfit and sorting out my make up for the night. Then it’s on to tech rehearsal! 
2. What do you enjoy the most (and least) about being in the spotlight?
I love entertaining the audience and bringing energy to the stage. The thing I hate most is when something doesn’t go to plan normally!
 
3. Do you have any special pre-show rituals?
A nice glass of Aperol Spritz will put me in the mood to entertain.
4. Tell us about the main similarities and differences between “everyday” you and your on-stage persona.
My day job is very different to my on-stage persona. I don’t get to express myself, whereas Onyx comes out and pours fierceness on the stage!
 
5. Craziest moment you’ve experienced as a performer?
A woman threw a pair of underwear at me once while on stage! I didn’t know whether they were clean or not so I just left them on stage…
6. What is your all-time favourite routine you’ve done?
I love all my routines but currently my favourite is Queen of the Night – that is when the diva truly comes out to shine!
 
7. Without giving too much away, what can we expect from your act?
A lot of sass, and fierceness with a twist.
 
8. Current TV guilty pleasure?
Too many to name but currently it’s X Factor – I love seeing the audition stages, especially when people believe they can hit a note! 
Join us on Friday for more Luscious fun!

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Photo credits: Stephan Burn