Meet the rising stars of cabaret

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Stepping into the London Cabaret scene was like entering a magical new world. Expect all things silk fans, raunchy dance routines, impressive makeup, swinging chains, lots of sparkles, and colourful features.    

Cabaret is no longer an underground scene. Though the fascination has always been about extravagant performances and glamorous costumes, for these performers it captures so much more.

Meet Pandora Carnage, Tyreece in heels, and Mahatma Khandi, performers who use their unique talents to challenge queer identity and self-expression in the cabaret scene.

Featured image by Muna Hagle.

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