Fan-tom of the Opera

Quicker than I had supposed, the videos of last Saturday's burlesque gig are on YouTube, including my solo debut ... (all rather risqué, I should stress, just in case you happen to be reading this post in the office) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cypbczMyPAU I cannot overemphasise how wonderful if surreal it is finally getting to see this. I... Continue Reading →

Matrix Consolations

(In the dressing room with fellow newbie soloist Schnitzel Von Krumpet. Lovely chap, wonderful performer, and hopefully now as permanent a fixture of the Cardiff burlesque scene as I intend to be ...) In the latest chapter of what has been, on many levels, the most challenging, fulfilling, scary, and exciting year of my life,... Continue Reading →

Brains, or words to that effect …

It is late in the day to be sharing this and probably pointless (few of my followers being local, or even UK-based), but just on the off-chance, or in case any of you are interested in my burlesquey misadventures, Cardiff Cabaret Club has a new show on the horizon with a deliciously macabre theme ...... Continue Reading →

Two small achievements …

The ten weeks of my mandatory sick leave are now exhausted - more's the pity, as I was getting quite used to being a lady of leisure - and I am now back at work, albeit on reduced hours: for the present, only my weekend shifts, which I can just about manage on. Still, it... Continue Reading →

Showgirl at the seaside …

Here are a few snaps from my latest photoshoot down in Mathry, West Wales, in the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This was going to be my final shoot before surgery - a quick change of scene before my extended indoor convalescence - but given my recent bad news on that score, there is now... Continue Reading →

The Time-Travelling Showgirl

Being an indie author, without anyone else to worry about all the dreary marketing schtick, one has to do one's best to keep track of whether or not one's books are getting any attention. Recently, I was Googling about to see if I could find any new reviews on Wolves of Dacia, obviously searching with... Continue Reading →

Witches vs. Nazis

The annual C64 game competition now looms its head, so here is the final instalment in my "Valkyrie" series of WW2-themed games, and this time the heroine is a Soviet lesbian fighter pilot who sidelines as a white witch ... because why not? (Download from competition page. Requires a C64 emulator.) Designed on C64 SEUCK... Continue Reading →

Far, Far Away …

For anyone lucky enough to be in exotic Cardiff on the evening of March the 16th, yours truly will be performing in ... ... albeit only in the chorus line, so to speak. Still, after what will have been a mere ten lessons away from the time when my feet could barely distinguish left from... Continue Reading →

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