As well as being hostess and performing my own Cabaret, I enjoy branching out into other areas of writing and acting. Below are some of the projects that I have participated in in the past .
Uppity was a short play written by myself and Terry Gold for the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival 2014.
Nominated for the Best Comedy Award, and awarded the Spirit of the Fringe Award, Uppity was a look into the backstage goings-on at a Drag Show.
Now a semi-regular event on Canal Street, Loose Women (or Loose Ladies since the cease and desist) is a topical Drag panel event that guests at different venues each outing.
I played Dame Average in Andrew McHugh's Prince Smarming, an adult pantomime that ran at the Dancehouse Theatre, Manchester in December 2012.
Produced by the Grand Dame Theatre Company, The Lionheart Phantom was a farcical comedy written by Tess Humphrey, and tackled issues including gay safe spaces and attitudes towards transvestites.
Rounding off Hope Mill Theatre's first year in 2016, I hosted Hope Mill Theatre's Christmas Cracker; a variety show that included live vocalists, showgirl dancing and even a magician.
Gone but never forgotten, Hot Village Magazine was a long-running pocket-sized free publication circulated around Manchester's Gay Village that I edited for six months in 2013.
Now a regular feature on the calendar, the George House Trust Drag Ball is going into it's 4th year when Covid restrictions allow...