What a powerful combination – these girls deserve to go far.
Combining mental health with burlesque – so original, but so very engaging.
Had a fantastic evening. Well done to you all.



Totally original and completely engaging! 
Laugh, cry, think, repeat! 
Best show I’ve seen in a long time!!!! 
Such talent, such positive messages delivered impeccably! 
Well done girls! Be very proud!



These people are amazing – they will make you laugh, cry, think, learn, and feel all sorts of things. Incredible.



What a treat for my eyes, ears and heart ❤️. The troupe were wonderful. I’m somewhat overwhelmed with all the emotions. If you get the chance to see these talented, quirky, sassy, funny, uplifting kickass humans snap it up! Truly inspirational and I can’t wait to see what’s next for Invisible Cabaret. Well done ladies… You smashed it!



@inviscabaret is a really important troupe dispelling the stigma around mental health and casting a new, fragile yet empowering light on the art of burlesque.


Saw the wonderful @inviscabaret this weekend. Talking about mental health and stigma creatively and movingly with dance, poetry and burlesque. Go see them if you get the chance!

Em (via Twitter)

An incredible new venture… From the inclusivity, to empowerment, and the conversations that start under the spotlight and continue long after the last sequin has been cleaned up, Invisible Cabaret is working.

Kathryn Wheeler, ‘Happiful’ Magazine

I work in the field, I realise the importance of awareness and compassionate public discourse. But I need to be very clear here, I was mainly there for superficial thrills and tassels. I very, very quickly realised I should have read about your show, and your mission statement. I did not expect that these performers would captivate, challenge, provoke – and ultimately, create an emotional and cognitive dissonance impossible to reconcile without reflecting on my own lack of insight – reflection on a level I rarely go to in any context with anyone. For real. All the while, literally shredding your clothes, baring just as much emotionally as physically. 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.


If you get the chance to see these very talented ladies perform,you should definitely take it. I personally think everyone should see them. Their shows are fun, powerful, thought-provoking and good for the soul.


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

Velvet Box Office

Invisible Cabaret… is tackling these taboos in their own inimitable style. And though burlesque may not seem like the most obvious artform in which to do so, it proves surprisingly effective here… There’s a real sense of Rochelle Thomas & Rosalind Peters’ show working so very well on multiple levels.

There Ought To Be Clowns (theatre review blog)

These ladies are bold, sassy and truly honest about their craft and the stigmas behind their illness and addictions. They had me in tears with their beauty, talent and openness.