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Here you will find a collection of musings, muddlings and downright meddlings written by our troupe. Delicious.

Podcast Episode 2 is Out Now!

In this episode, Ferrero Rochelle and Rosie Verbose are joined by troupe member Miss Mustardseed. By day, Miss Mustardseed is a critical care nurse and a key worker in the Covid crisis. By night, she likes to sing, recite poetry, and take her clothes off with Invisible Cabaret. Join us as we chat about how the pandemic is affecting her life and mental health, and how creativity has become a vital outlet for her (along with roller derby and binging Try Guys videos).

Audience Reviews

Empowering, emotional, and fun – Invisible Cabaret… are on the path to being a truly vital force in the cabaret world.

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It was intense. I felt naked as f***. I was out of my comfort zone. But this made me more receptive to unfamiliar issues and the different perspectives presented. I re-calibrated my assumptions, and welcomed the advice on maintaining self-compassion through an internal locus of self evaluation. I liked the focus on recognition of negative states and acceptance – that it’s OK to not feel OK, and it’s definitely OK to talk about it. For me, that was just as exciting as the obvious visceral experience. In fact, it amplified it.

This was my experience, and I can only speak for me, but I think there’s loads of peeps (mainly lads) who may, like me, come for the tassels. I’m pretty sure they would get so much more out of it. Thank you.

Jude

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