CABARRATION: Aberration meets cabaret!
8pm Saturday 8 November 2014
Great Hall, Aberystwyth Arts Centre
A Queer thing’s happening at the Arts Centre
Join us for Cabarration: a cabaret night with an LGBT* bite! Prepare to be amazed by a glitzy line-up of local and national talent in the Great Hall - song, circus, spoken word and burlesque - followed by dancing till late. All welcome.
Doors 7.30pm (with entertainment while you settle in), main show onstage at 8pm.
Book online: http://www.aberystwythartscentre.co.uk/music/cabarration
Or by phone: 01970 62 32 32
Sgarmes: Aber’s dynamic close-harmony chorus gives it some glitter, bringing you camp classics, pop covers in two tongues… and surprises.
Mimi Amore: A burlesque star who is sexy, humorous and downright dazzling, Mimi has been voted ‘Legend in the Making’.
Izzy Rabey & Bill Sutton: Izzy’s knockout voice soars through jazz classics and her own soulful songs.
Helen Sandler: Your cocksure compere.
Mar Gonga: Juggling her magic crystal ball.
Hilary Ramsden: The surreal and funny rebel clown.
Ali Cocks: Melding dance, gymnastics and aerial arts with pole-dancing in a unique show of fitness and thrills.
Ted Wroxley: Amazing table magician with nothing up his sleeve.
Vesta Clitoria: The music hall’s last surviving male impersonator treads the boards in the cheeky style of Tipping the Velvet.
Carey Wood-Duffy: Short passionate poems from the Cardiff American’s new collection, Grit.
George Sandifer-Smith: Aber-based poet engages the audience with both humour and depth.
Emily Farr: … And her guitar!
Plus Raffle in aid of LGBT charities overseas, with acerbic writer and broadcaster Mike Parker, Plaid Cymru’s out gay parliamentary candidate for Ceredigion. Prizes include vouchers for vegetarian guesthouse Over the Rainbow, Light of Asia Indian restaurant, Irie's Caribbean restaurant and Sombrero Mexican night at Sophie's.
At the end of the evening, DJ Boundary (Swing City) returns by popular demand to fill the dancefloor till late.
* LGBT: lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans / transgender
Programmed by Enfys Aber and SpringOut
In partnership with Aberystwyth Arts Centre