Missy Macabre - Fire Performer, Female Fakir, and Daredevil Showgirl

Monday, 8 March 2010

Sailor Jerry and Recent News

Another busy week ahead of me,
Today has been spent making my next costume for my new act, that should be debuted soon. I'm very excited about it. Gold galore!!
Tuesday (09/03/10) and Wednesday (10/03/10) I'll be doing some promotional work for Sailor Jerry Rum in Leeds and Chester. Looking forward to travelling and working with my friend Nikki. (Miss Kitty Cut Throat).

On Thursday I'll be back in London, to perform at a charity event for Haiti at Barden's Boudoir - Dalston , run by the magazine Ballad Of... http://balladof.co.uk/ There will be a feature interview about me in one of their upcoming issues.

Friday I'll be performing at FANGTASIA - At the Resistance Gallery Bethnal Green, and at PALACIO DE LOS MUERTOS Barden's Boudior - Dalston.

On Sunday I'll be jet setting from London to Bristol to perform at the opening night of OOH LA LA with myself and Joe Black as headliners.

Last week I was filming with Trevor Watson/Tanya Hyde for his new film. I played the cabaret performer (Of course!!) And then on Friday I had a meeting with Ripley's Believe it or Not because they are thinking about having me as part of their live cast of freaks, and 'remarkables'. I'll hear about it within the next two weeks.... Fingers crossed!
If I do get chosen, I'll be working with the lovely and extremely talented Vivid Angel.

Last Friday I had a fantastic time performing at Lady Luck Club at Proud Cabaret London.
Here's a shot of me backstage...

And some shots of me onstage....!

The label in my body stocking really annoys me (I'll have to cut it out!) But I was really pleased with the performance!

I also had a fantastic photoshoot with the renowned photographer Michel Dierick, with make up from Anita Brulee (anitabruleemakeup.com) The shoot was done in the warehouse I live in. Kontiki Studio (google it!!) The reoccurring theme, as with most of my current work was the 1920s/1930s.
There was some inspiration from Galliano, from the old hand painted postcards, and from early cinema.
Can't wait to see them!

Here's a behind the scenes shot of the hair and make up.

1 comment:

  1. Lest we forget the amazing hair stylist who made it out even though she was sick