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Kerry Fitzgerald is an actress, model, writer, event manager and general jack-of-all-trades. First introduced to the world of cabaret by the gloriously funny Fitzrovia Radio Hour and subsequently by the company behind La Reve and Bête Noire, Kerry has done everything from stage managing to front of house for some of London's most loved shows and can't wait to carry on gawping at all of the beautiful, talented creatures that London is filled with.
Regardless of the weather, it’s all hotting up on the circus front as summer approaches. Here’s what you’ll find around and about this month. The Udderbelly Festival is underway at the Southbank Centre with Aussie acrobatics from Gravity And Other Myth‘s playful A Simple Space (until 24th), to be followed by Circus Geeks‘ Beta Testing (27th-6th June), demystifying…
The Udderbelly kicks off a season of circus with a highly competitive show.
Briefs’ Captain Kidd will be back in August for another run at the London Wonderground.
The London Wonderground is back, once more with its cacophony of circus, burlesque, music, cabaret and a whole lot more.
Two iconic women who never made it to queen, played by one Aussie drag artist.
The Figs In Wigs explain why #WeAreAllGoingToHell
Dublin drag superstar Panti provides an unmissable perspective into her tumultuous 2014.
This sequel to the daddy of all rock musicals is a chip off the old block.
“Aerialists are like kittens. They look adorable when dry, but reach peak attractiveness when wet.”