Podcast Episode 7 – Cyberpunk and Capitalism with Blue Monday

Join regular hosts Rosie Verbose & Ferrero Rochelle, as they chat with troupe member Blue Monday about creativity & mental health. A talented singer and musician, Blue shares some of the inspiration behind her digital soundscapes, as well as some of the research she’s amassed about how the need to make money affects our wellbeing. We also touch on themes such as lockdown (naturally), OCD, and dystopian fiction. It will make sense when you listen. Probably.

Podcast Episode 6 – Toxic Positivity and Dancing Through Life with Belle Bluestocking

In Episode 6 of the mental health podcast, regular hosts Ferrero Rochelle and Rosie Verbose joined by dancer and cabaret sister Belle Bluestocking to talk about mental health and creativity, and what the two mean to her. Belle opens up about dancing through her emotions, her beloved Sylvia Plath, and why ‘toxic positivity’ can be damaging to our mental health.

Podcast Episode 5 – Clowning and Trauma with Mouncealot

Episode 5 of #InvisiblePodcast brings you an interview with London-based actor and our ‘resident clown’, Kate Mounce, AKA Mouncealot. Ferrero Rochelle and Rosie Verbose enjoy a fun and meaningful chat about the art of clowning, CPTSD and BPD, laughing at vs. laughing with, trauma and its effects on the body, navigating vulnerability in performance, and making work that comes from your deepest, raw self. All in about half an hour. Who says we’re not having a productive quarantine?

AUDITION NEWS

Invisible Cabaret is always on the look out for singers, dancers, burlesquers, spoken word artists, comedians, musicians, variety acts (hula hoopers, poi professionals, diabolo divas, etc.!) who are passionate about advocating for greater mental health awareness.

Invisible Cabaret: Please Stay

We are delighted to announce that we will be performing a special, one-night-only show on Friday 15th June! We are even more delighted to announce that 90% of proceeds from the evening will be going directly to UK-based mental health charities, to support them in the crucial work they do for the hundreds of thousands of us who need it.