Doors 7:00pm, show 7:30pm
On lower deck
Join Invisible Cabaret for a show exploring themes of mental health through the art forms of cabaret & burlesque!
From tap dancing to songwriting, from ukulele to classical burlesque performance; this is an intelligent, provocative and stimulating show you will not want to miss.
Invisible Cabaret is a performing arts collective devoted to exploring themes of mental health through cabaret and burlesque. The motivation behind the project is to make invisible struggles visible.
The group was founded by two Cambridge University graduates, Rosalind Peters and Rochelle Thomas, who met on the Musical Theatre scene at university. Having both personally struggled with mental health issues, earlier this year Peters and Thomas joined forces to form Invisible Cabaret. The team now boasts a core troupe of 10 female performers adept in a wide variety of disciplines.