Kabaret Kollective

Kabaret Kollective

Thu 16th December 2021 - Thu 16th December 2021



16th December, 2021 at 20:00PM

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Tramshed and Dr. Carnesky presents

Kabaret Kollective 

A radically entertaining investigation into what makes performance popular and what makes artists into a community. Showcasing ground-breaking, avant-garde nouveaux cabaret acts and performances.

Plus a unique live conversation on stage between artists about what makes cabaret political, the notion of the collective in the arts and the making of scenes.


Hosted by Marisa Carnesky - 

Marisa Carnesky is a British live artist and showwoman. She uses spectacular entertainment forms, including fairground devices and stage illusion, and draws on themes of contemporary ritual, to investigate social issues from an ecofeminist perspective. Marisa founded Carnesky Productions which is a performance and theatre company responsible for original large and small scale interactive performance works.

Pink Suits Band 

The Pink Suits Band are headlining this event. They are a Non-Binary, Queer Feminist Punk Rock & Rage duo based in Margate, UK. Formed in 2017, pink suits make loud aggressive political punk noise, as well as dance, physical theatre, film and art. Pink Suits Band's work is an exploration of sexuality, fantasy, mental health, politics, activism and is a resistance of binary gender expectations, questioning how voices and bodies can be used as a form of protest.

Check out their song called 'pink suits everyone' -


Symoné is a queer movement and performance artist based in the U.K from Washington D.C. She is a hula hoop and rollerskate specialist, cabaret performer, voguer and pole dancer. She has performed in the West End with award-winning cabaret shows, La Soirée and celebrity mindreader, Chris Cox. Symoné is a Guinness world record holder and always has something new up her sleeve to create a sensation. Trigger and Content Warnings: Sexually suggestive content

Check out Symoné's showreel - 

Claire Heafford - 

House of Mirth (Claire Heafford & Thomas Dawkins) is an Apache duo based in London. They make live art, punk-inspired comedy dance routines that explore gender politics, Britishness, and the body. Their performance tells the story of when Little Red meets a hungry horny wolf, but the wolf gets more than he bargained for in this dark-gothic feminist-retelling of the traditional cautionary tale. Trigger and Content Warnings: Violence and anti-rape content

Apache is a performance form that dates back to the early 1900s, with roots in Parisian street culture. Named after the famous Apache gang of the Parisian underworld, the art form traditionally depicted scenes of domestic violence set to a waltz.  As well as performing, their artistic practice also includes teaching professional wrestling and performance at their school, Playfight London in Woolwich.

Watch an example of the Apache dance artform - 


Please be advised, this show is 18+

A holing image: Carnesky’s Cabaret, Latittude Festival 

Staying Safe and Refund Policy  

We are aware that cases of COVID-19 are rising rapidly across the UK. For everyone's safety, we encourage the use of face coverings whilst moving about the venue.  

The Tramshed team are all currently wearing face coverings around the building and taking regular lateral flow tests to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.  

We understand that during this pandemic our exchange and refund policy needs to be more flexible than usual.  

Should you become unwell or need to isolate, just let us know at a minimum of 4 hours before the event start time and we can arrange an exchange or refund of your purchase. Any other circumstances will be at the discretion of the Box Office team. 

If we need to cancel or postpone an event due to COVID-19 we will let you know as soon as possible and refund any costs directly to you.  

If you have any questions at all about any of our events please don't hesitate to contact  [email protected] and one of our team will get back to you as soon as possible. 

This event is part of our Tramshed's Warm Welcome winter season funded by Arts Council England's Culture Recovery Fund. There are lots of festive events for everyone, from cabaret to family theatre, comedy and music.

Check out what's on and book here

Event Information

 Ticket Price

£10 - Full price

£8 - Concessions


Tramshed -
41 Woolwich New Road,
SE18 6ET


16th December 2021
8.00 pm
Doors open: 7:30pm

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