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We’re here to party at Queer to Party

Updated: Nov 24

Queer to Party promised a night of unexpectedness, with the beauty of burlesque and the fun and fabulousness of dancing without restrictions – what more could you want?


Queer to Party promised a night of unexpectedness, with the beauty of burlesque and the fun and fabulousness of dancing without restrictions – what more could you want?


The event, held at Goldsmiths SU, was a night of electric queer entertainment offering an inclusive space of indulgence. Queer to Party is known for its burlesque acts and artists, paired with tunes to keep the dancefloor packed, and this year was no different with delectable performances from The Coven.


For those unfamiliar with The Coven, this London-based burlesque collective are more than just a troupe performing for adoring crowds – although the crowds certainly are adoring – they are a siblinghood of powerful performers using their talents to provide jaw dropping entertainment that will empower and excite you.


With their performances a work-of-art, Queer to Party offered more than just a chance to dance the night away, but an opportunity to indulge in the delights of burlesque. There were six performers, each with their own unique style, so everyone there was definitely something for everyone at Queer to Party.


We were entranced by Fae Wildfyre aka the fiery huntress of burlesque, who intertwines drama and seduction to tell a story on the stage. While Mimi Sugarpill, the ultimate good-time girl, brought neo-burlesque with a touch of classic glamour to the stage.


If you wanted to see a performer who is a chameleon, offering a vast skill-set of poetry, singing, movement and sideshow, then i-Gemini may have caught your eye on the night, or if you wanted to be enchanted by burlesque paired with the elegance of a semi-classical Indian dance, then you may have loved to watch queer brown artist, JAI.


Were you drawn to The Coven’s vintage vixen, Miss Lolly May, who celebrates femininity through the ages and charms with her moves or Lola L’Etoile who uses her love of music to create surrealist burlesque? An ethereal performance that’s for sure.


Whatever your style, the show provided a phenomenal night out, and with the burlesque sandwiched between an abundance of music from Ilmanetsi, it’s was an opportunity to be yourself and get ready to show your own seductive side.


Queer to Party tells you to expect the unexpected, but here at Tuttii Fruittii we say, ‘be the unexpected’, so if you want to channel your inner burlesque artist then book in with us to ensure you look your best and feel confident. Call us on 0208 6926 543 to book or book online here: www.tuttiifruittiilondon.com/hair-stylist-london-contact-bookings.


Find out more about Queer to Party: www.goldsmithssu.native.fm/event/undefined/67012

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