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Dairy King

Who are you? My name is Alice. I’m 26, East London based, queer (cancer sun, pisces rising, cap moon) and I’m also known as Dairy King. What’s your project? Project might be a slightly grandiose term for it! I developed a drag king character for the competition ‘Man Up’ in March this year, and I …

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Red roses

Who are you? Hi I’m Red Roses! What’s your project? I’m a composer, writer and performer! I’m writing a new musical called Red Roses and producing a new cabaret night called Sapphic Secrets with the legend that is Loui Von Dini! What’s your gender identity? I’m agender femme.She/they/he How does your queerness influence your art? …

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Aidan Sadler

Who are you? I’m Aidan Sadler, a cabaret artist from Gravesend in Kent, now gracing the streets of East London. I’d describe my style as very chaotic. Belty vocals, stand up comedy that gives an insight into my own and an audience’s psyche, bizarre performance art. I started out with 5 quid and an Edinburgh fringe …

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Ripley

Who are you? I’m Ripley, a political lipsyncer and occasional creator of protest pop. I’ve been producing the Like A Sturgeon show at The Royal Vauxhall Tavern for five years now and sometimes pop up at PopHorror and Cabaret Vs Cancer shows. I’m also the reigning two time Miss Belinda Carlisle but I’m too humble …

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Yoga with Ishi

Who are you? I am a former dancer (12 years of dancing professionally) who’s found solace and peace through yoga and meditation. My classes encourage you to tap into your inner strength. My poses (asana) are geared towards internal resilience, an important quality to have as queer folx. Particularly living in a world that would …

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Beard and the Queen

Who are you? Beard and The Queen are the producers behind Calamity Cabaret with the mission to bring theatre to the club. That is Alex Ratman and Dark Sugar (Thomas W Kelly), the minds behind the roller-coaster experience. We host queer events where artist, audiences and scenes collide in the most deliciously entertaining way. Bio …

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Dear Britain,

I used to love you. For fifteen years I was an anglophile, I had an obsession with everything about you and especially London. Your language, your culture, your food, your wit, your politeness, your quirkiness. I perceived you as the promised land, which would allow me to be myself and be happy and be great. …

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the creation of a new clothes size

Baal is a trans-positive Fashion label, that was founded in 2013 in Berlin, by Jenna Hartmann. The label is now based in London, UK, and works towards a fashion reality, in which Transgender women will not have to compromise on fit and style anymore. The clothes are created in our very own “third gender” size …

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Thoughts on calling strangers

The other day I ended up calling an institute for horse insemination, a company that makes its money with buying ( or creating?) and selling horse sperm. I asked them whether they send their parcels via express and yes they did. When I called the second time to speak to the shipment person, the secretary …

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Len Blanco

at a performance with Shotgun Carousel. Who are you/ what’s your project? My name is Len Gwyn, I’m usually known as Len Blanco, I’m a drag king, comedian, singer / musician and writer. I also love facilitating a good workshop. How are you feeling? I’m feeling open. I hate closing doors and lucky for me, …