Aberration meets cabaret!
Cabaret night with a very queer bite
8pm Saturday 8 November 2014, Great Hall, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, £10
Doors 7.30pm (with entertainment while you settle in), main show onstage at 8pm.
Mimi Amore: A burlesque star who is sexy, humorous and downright dazzling, Mimi has been voted ‘Legend in the Making’.
Ali Cocks: Melding dance, gymnastics and aerial arts with pole-dancing in a unique show of fitness and thrills.
Hilary Ramsden: The surreal and funny rebel clown of Ceredigion.
Helen Sandler: Your host for the night.
Ted Wroxley: Amazing table magician with nothing up his sleeve.
Mar Gonga: Juggling her magic crystal ball.
Emily Farr: … And her guitar!
Plus Raffle in aid of LGBT causes overseas, with acerbic writer and broadcaster Mike Parker, Plaid Cymru’s out gay parliamentary candidate for Ceredigion.
Prizes from Over the Rainbow vegetarian guesthouse, Light of Asia Indian restaurant, Sombrero at Sophie’s, Irie’s cocktail lounge, Rummer’s bar and other friends of Aberration. Proceeds from raffle and popcorn sales will be distributed by Stonewall to LGBT causes overseas.
And at the end of the evening, DJ Boundary (Swing City) returns by popular demand to fill the dancefloor till late.
Don't miss this amazing night, which is an Aberration event, programmed by SpringOut and Enfys Aber supported by Aberystwyth Arts Centre. You won't find many LGBT arts events in Mid Wales and we're proud that Aberration is giving lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans audiences and their friends top-quality nights out in Aberystwyth.