Podcast Episode 8 – Burlesque and Feminism with Ida Sanguine

You can listen to Episode 8 here!

Burlesque siren/ Norwegian nymph/ Invisible troupe member Ida Sanguine joins hosts Ferrero Rochelle & Rosie Verbose to talk about creativity and mental health (as always). Among other things, the friends chat about the origins of Ida’s burlesque career, her ‘knack for sensual movement,’ being a performer in lockdown, and the Law of Jante… 

Taken by Steve Gregson Photography at Vault Festival 2019

You can find Ida on Facebook, and on Instagram as @idasanguine.

Are you an artist (of any description) with a mental health story to tell? Email invisiblecabaret@gmail.com for more details about how to be a future guest on the podcast.

Things mentioned in the podcast:

And no, we still don’t know what Ida said at the end… If you can understand, get in touch! 

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Be in the next episode of #InvisiblePodcast! Tweet or DM us with what you’re grateful for this week, or – better still – send us a voice message!

With thanks to: Matt Ennis, www.mennismixing.co.uk
Music: Shades of Spring by Kevin MacLeod, available under license: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

'Always Auditioning' | Opera, OCD and Overspending with Soprano, BRIA LOVEGROVE The Invisible Cabaret Podcast: Mental Health & Creativity

Welcome to 2021, things are about to get fiery… Ferrero Rochelle and Rosie Verbose are delighted to start off the New Year with a bang by chatting to Bria Lovegrove (née Kelly), a soprano whose Masters dissertation was on the impact of tragedy in opera. She shares her experience of how training as a professional classical singer affected her mental health, visiting areas such as perfectionism, self-medicating, the impact on her bank balance and the "grin and bear it" culture she experienced at conservatoire. Do the classical arts glamorise mental ill health? Find Bria on Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/briakellysoprano/ CW: anxiety, depression, alcohol as coping mechanism, perfectionism & OCD. Plus a few F bombs, but in our defence, we were pretty PO'ed. Some useful links for mental health issues mentioned in this episode: Help Musicians UK; help with substance abuse here and here; OCD-UK. *** What are you grateful for? Be in the next episode of our podcast and tell us what has you feeling thankful lately. You can message us on Facebook, Tweet us at @inviscabaret or DM us on Instagram (@invisiblecabaret)! *** Things mentioned in the podcast: Find out more about Brianna  Help Musicians UK study, "Can music make you sick?" Classical Magazine 2019 study on mental health provision in music Invisible Cabaret 'Tortured Artist' lip-sync: get a flavour on our Instagram  Text 85258 to SHOUT UK helpline if you need to talk to someone, especially a crisis counsellor *** Edited and mixed by Matt Ennis, www.mennismixing.co.uk Music: Shades of Spring by Kevin MacLeod , available by license: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ http://www.invisiblecabaret.org — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/invisible-cabaret/message
  1. 'Always Auditioning' | Opera, OCD and Overspending with Soprano, BRIA LOVEGROVE
  2. 'There Is No Pass Or Fail in Therapy' | The Power of Communication with Therapist, BRIAN THOMAS (AKA Papa Ferrero)
  3. 'You Can Just Jolly Well Catch Up' | PTSD and Productivity with Illustrator ELYSSA RIDER
  4. 'We're Revolutionaries Out Here' | I am Artist, Hear Me Art with CURLY CHAOS
  5. "I am terrified. Are you?" "Yes. We are both terrified." | Making Music and Magic with ROBERT HALLOW

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