Frid 18 Dec Xmas Camden Cabaret & Burlesque
clairvoyant, medium and psychicAs seen on PETER KAY’S PHOENIX NIGHTS… CLINTON BAPTISTE in The Paranormalist Returns! The world- renowned clairvoyant, medium and psychic is back! Join paranormal sensation Clinton Baptiste as he takes you on a hilarious yet touching journey through his life, out the other side and beyond the Celestial Curtains. Clinton Baptiste is the hapless clairvoyant, medium and psychic from Peter Kay’s smash hit Channel 4 TV show PETER KAY’S PHOENIX NIGHTS. Now, some eighteen years after the show aired, he returns to conjure up his extraordinary powers for a new generation. Clinton will give readings to the audience, offering advice from beyond the grave. He will predict your future, tell you about your past and all manner of spooky stuff an’ that. But more, he takes you through his demise, his comeback and finally…finally on this special night, he will attempt to pass over to The Other Side and return (before the venue want you all out)…with THE ANSWER!
highly entertaining singer and comedian drag queen RUBY VIOLET Ruby Violet burst on to the scene in 2018 and is making her mark up and down the county. From the deepest depths of Essex Ruby has crawled her way into showbiz. From touring the world singing on cruise ships to the pubs and clubs of the UK, Ruby will dazzle you with her own brand of campery. Last year she was nominated for a QX cabaret award for best drag queen
feisty neo-burlesque AYA L` STORM Bio - Aya L'Storm is a feisty neo-burlesque powerhouse, guaranteed to delight and astonish audiences with her signature blend of dance, striptease and stunning veil work. A recent graduate of The Cheek Of It school of burlesque and cabaret, Aya has performed across London and the UK both as a solo artist and with her troupe The Risquettes
+ Multi Award-Winning crowd pleasing vintage singer and comedian ALETIA UPSTAIRS “Delivers a potent set with resonant clarity and a biting intent aligned with her stage persona, which is both formidable and wry.” – Ben Walters (The Scotsman)“Aletia gave a great performance full of passion and humour. The audience loved it.” ✭✭✭✭✭ – Patrick Harrington (Counter Culture)“Challenging and courageous. This lady in red shines like a newborn star.” – Kevin Short (International Times)“A Queer Love Of Dix is a quality piece of theatre and performance art…a well-crafted script and beautifully sung songs…a performance of mastery.” ✭✭✭✭✭ – Mark Calvert (Mumble)“Aletia Upstairs, a spectacular performance artist and scholar…masterly construct…skilful intermediacy.” ✭✭✭✭✭ – James O’Brien (Edinburgh Festival.org)“Important and inspirational work; The words, and songs,are spoken and sung with such thought-provoking purity and love.” – Kevin Short (International Times)“One of those little Edinburgh Fringe gems — Upstairs is joyful, sulky, sexy and seductive as Mata Hari. Do go and see this if you can.” ✭✭✭✭✭ – Carrie Gooch (ScotsGay)“A strong performance that includes attractive and evocative singing.” ✭✭✭✭ – Theatre Guide London“Strong, melodic and dramatic delivery…Evocatively punctuates the narrative with songs.” – The Stage“She can write, she understands the use of irony.” – BPM Magazine“Knows how to own a stage…her style was refreshing, moody and beautiful.” – The South African“Aletia was mind-blowing.” – Live Jam TV“She has an earthy, raw voice with a lot of potential and honest emotion. Her down-tempo songs are her true strength.” – London Music Blog
funny comedian MEERA CADE
Popular host Martin Besserman