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).
I had to get over my fear of asking for help, because I needed help with everything. Asking for help is hard for men I know, there’s an expectation that they can handle it all. But it’s hard as a woman because we always feel that we have to prove that we don’t need help from anybody, that we’re not delicate flowers that need protecting. It was so hard being ‘weak’.
Join us at the Bedford, a stunning pub and live events venue in Balham, on Sunday 3rd November, for an evening of burlesque and cabaret – all themed around mental health, as always.
We had a marvellous time bringing our new flagship show, Let’s Get Visible, to the Vault Festival in London this month. We were nominated for an Award, we got some lovely reviews and photos… Check it/us out!
Huge thanks to Natasha Sutton Williams at Disability Arts Online for writing this lovely feature about our Cabaret! The piece not only explores the message of our… Read more “Invisible Cabaret featured on Disability Arts Online”