Chanel Vegas is an artist who lives in London. She studied at Goldsmiths University and was the first student on the Fine Art course to receive the ‘artist award’, this will be her debut performance following graduating in 2017.
Lasana Shabazz is an international performance artist. Their work incorporates theatre, dance and music. They have been commissioned by spaces such as Manchester Art Gallery, Tate Britain, and Roundhouse and performed with Artist such as Big Freedia, Travis Alabanza, Mykki Blanco and Scottee. Expect the unexpected.
KEVIN LE GRAND
Kevin Le Grand is a performance artist, cabaret star, karaoke host, singer, dancer, writer, co-founder of Radfesta and all round liverpudlian. She was based in London, and will soon be based in Liverpool. If you are very lucky she will sing Madonna whilst wearing a duvet.
Liberty Hodes is a comedian and live performance artist making big, bright, visually-bewildering work about television personalities, animals, feelings, mysteries.
Amelia is a theatre maker, actor and comedian. Their solo show Borderline, is a comic tale of living life on the edge and trying not to fall off, navigating mental health and queer identities. It most recently featured as part of the comedy programming for Vaults Festival 2018. They are also currently appearing in Bullish by Milk Presents which is touring the UK, exploring trans masculine identities via cabaret and Greek mythology. They are represented by the Queer House. For more info follow them @AmStubberfield on Twitter.
Lucy McCormick is an actor/comedian whose hit show TRIPLE THREAT took the Edinburgh Fringe by storm, and had a sell-out run at the Soho Theatre in March and April of 2017. TRIPLE THREAT showed post-popular prodigy Lucy McCormick and her Girl Squad presenting a provocative, subversive cabaret retelling of the greatest story of all time. Her musical theatre credits include Effigies of Wickedness and Roller Diner.
HOSTED BY EMILY POPE
Emily Pope is an artist based in London. She is currently making a sitcom called 'The Sitcom Show'. She is interested in labour (particularly economic precarity in relation to millennials, but also what her mums' friends did to earn money in the 90's for example; trying to sell chicken wire sculptures of otters), characterizations of 'the worker', conversation, monologues, feminist video art, series making, mainstream and experimental television, social realism, American folk singers (mainly Nanci Griffith) and other things. Her work (sometimes) explores the female comic as a position to subvert and repurpose.
TERRIBILIS (MOLLY O'REILLY)