“It is actually based on the performer’s nightmare of being suddenly naked on stage and what do you do?”
No, no, tell us what you really think.
Le Gateau Chocolat: “The Disenfranchised Need A Voice, Society Needs A Mirror, Governments Need To Be Held Accountable”
Ahead of his appearance at Latitude Festival, Le Gateau Chocolat talks about art and politics.
Theatre and cabaret in one delightful package.
If the Hotel Black Cat worth checking into and checking out?
“An unapologetic celebration of everything we love about LGBTQ+ culture.”
Of all the places, in all the towns, in all the world, new burlesque night The Blue Fez rolled into the Underground Art Gallery last month. Was it the beginning of something beautiful?
Alexis Gregory talks to This Is Cabaret about the one-off return of his hit play SLAP (recently long listed for the 2016 Polari Prize and currently being turned into a film) about a transgender hooker Dominique, as well as his views on Caitlin Jenner and transphobia within the gay community. How much of SLAP is…
Sex dreams, circus boys and one Glamorous Weirdo.
The Black Cat Cabaret and Scarfe’s Bar host causes controversy at the prestigious Burlesque Hall Of Fame.