For one night only, Wotever World and the Royal Vauxhall Tavern presents RIOT CABARET, a Wotever Xtravaganza event celebrating diversity, in the fight to overcome homophobia and transphobia, featuring some of London’s best queer performers, artists and DJs, at the prestigious Scala venue on Saturday 13th November, in association with Camden LGBT Forum and Galop.
Performers on the night – some of which will specifically focus on overcoming hate crime – include host
Ophelia Bitz, King of the Castle 2010, fire-eater, smut-peddler, general miscreant (http://www.myspace.com/opheliabitz),
Michael Twaits, “one of London’s fastest rising talents” Time Out (http://www.michaeltwaits.com/) and
Dickie Beau , who merges the sensibility of contemporary culture with queer twists and informed echoes of the past (http://www.dickiebeau.com/). Also taking to the stage will be
Dusty Limits, the Weimar inspired cabaret singer and comedian (http://www.dustylimits.com/), and
Mzz Kimberly, mega super diva with the sweetest voice & biggest heart,
The Dream Bears will also be joining us, in tight lycra and with hairy bellies!
plus intimate interactive performance during the evening from
Nick Field (http://nickfieldpoetic.co.uk/)
Allan Taylor & Slacker
Modified to include some press re this event:
If you want to see what they all look like, check this small promotion video World News(!) so kindly promote for us: http://wn.com/Riot_Cabaret_A_Little_Mayhem
Interview in Pink Paper with Justin in The Dream Bears why he does this event: http://news.pinkpaper.com/Feature.aspx?id=2155
And an article about ‘Community’ in Polari Magazine, why they want to come on Saturday: http://www.polarimagazine.com/?p=4915
Across the dancefloors, a rainbow of DJs including
Jo Bunny (Bar Wotever),
Joe Pop (Bar Wotever),
Vicki Lester (Torture Garden, Club Wotever),
Sarah Malinky (Dick & Fanny, Club Wotever),
Debbie Smith (Nitty Gritty, Bar Wotever) and
Dr Kemp (Lower the Tone, Bar Wotever) will take to the decks promising to get people dancing, posing and flirting.
Community organisations will also be in attendance including
Camden LGBT Forum (http://camdenlgbtforum.org.uk/) and
Both are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community safety charities working hard to help us feel safe and get support when we need it. Tonight they each hold a stall in the foyer with info and volunteers ready to answer questions.
Tickets £8 in advance via Scala (http://www.scala-london.co.uk/scala/event.php?id=1461)
any remaining tickets will be sold at the Door for £12 full price / £10 concession with proof
As you can see, all on stage and in the dj booth are all regulars from our mega popular Bar Wotever! And the whole night will be like Bar Wotever x10!!
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