Cabaret Stage

Part of Healing Together

Saturday 11 September, 1-7pm

What to Expect: Make some noise


In celebration of Pride London, Healing Together hosts an afternoon of queer cabaret, music, drag and singalong. Acts include Liv, a nonbinary diva who believes in the community-building powers of drag;  ‘The People’s Pensioner’ Ida Barr in a celebration of the people of North Woolwich; “captivating vocalist and story teller” (The Stage), Cazeleonplus a 1960’s style sing-a-long from Jonny Woo, bringing the spirit of the pubs that lined Albert Road in Silvertown back to life. Then following her recent appearance at Newham’s Word Ffestival, Chamonix invites you to partake of some old time showtune therapy, whilst Bolly-Illusion brings a message of female empowerment in a Bollywood extravaganza you don’t want to miss – plus more! 

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What's On

Jonny Woo, GDIF 2021. A promo picture of Jonny Woo wearing a bright green crown and a pink ruffled outwit with an open chest.

Jonny Woo

Jonny Woo presents a raucous 1960’s style pub sing-a-long, bringing the spirit of the pubs that lined The Albert Road of Silvertown and North Woolwich back to life. Olivier Award winner Richard Thomas is on keys and Jonny is joined by singers Sooz Kempner and Kevin Davies. Roll Out The Barrel, My Old Man’s A Dustman and Daisy Daisy alongside Motown Classics, Rock’n’Roll and other chart topping hits that made 60’s London swing. Join in and sing out loud and proud.

Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible | Assistance Dogs Welcome | BSL Interpreted | Captioned (song sheets provided)

What to Expect: Join In | Make Some Noise

Ida Barr, Chris Green, GDIF 2021. Ida Barr turns to face the audience as she smiles and lifts the bottom corner of her long silver dress up above the knee.

Ida Barr Rocks the Royal Vic

Christopher Green

Dubbed “the people’s pensioner”, Ida is delighted to be celebrating the people of North Woolwich. She promises to rock the Royal Victoria Gardens with banging numbers, hot mixes, community singalongs and enjoying the sheer joie de vivre of being alive with her audiences.

Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible | Assistance Dogs Welcome

What to Expect: Join In | Make Some Noise | Great for Kids

Cazeleon, GDIF 2021. Cazeleon performs live, she holds a microphone and sings with eyes closed. She has long, curled blonde hair, golden eye make up and a neatly trimmed brown beard.


Cazeleon is the shape shifting siren of the stage and screen and international award winning cabaret chameleon.

Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible | Assistance Dogs Welcome

What to Expect: Speech Free | Join In

Chamonix, GDIF 2021. Chamonix sings live on stage. She has thick blonde hair, held up in a large bun by a red head band and wears a white dress with furry cuffs.

Chamonix Aspen

Come take a trip to Chamonix – Cabaret Artiste and International Monied Trash. Comedy songs and showtune therapy for the masses. Retail relief never looked so good.

Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible | Assistance Dogs Welcome | Captioned | Audio Described (Digitally)



Liv is a non-binary diva and fierce drag artiste who believes in the community-building powers of drag. They were a finalist at The Glory’s Lipsync1000 in 2019.

Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible | Assistance Dogs Welcome

Robyn Herfellow, GDIF 2021. Robyn sings on stage, wearing a long pink cape which she holds up enthusiastically.


Alt-cabaret artist Robyn Herfellow spreads queer joy, music and mischief across London. They are relentlessly playful, fearlessly different, and unstoppably trash.


Bolly Illusion, GDIF 2021. Bolly looks off into the distance and holds her hand up making a classic Bollywood dance gesture.


Bolly-Illusion is a British-Asian performance artist who embraces their influences of South Asian and pop music, bringing a message of female empowerment. A Bollywood extravaganza you don’t want to miss!


Soroya Michelle, GDIF 2021. Soroya looks into the camera holding a strong, focused impression. She holds her hand up to touch her cheek and wears a large extravagant leopard print hat.

Soroya Marchelle

Soroya is a fierce queen who fuses a strong and determined demeanour with glamour and elegance. She’s the HTH Lip Sync winner of 2019, Finalist in the Lip Synch 1000 and came 2nd in the lip sync for your life in Brighton – she takes lip synching to a whole new level.



Site Access

Site access information can be found on the Healing Together page.

Show Access


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Assistance Dogs Welcome
  • Audio Description
  • BSL interpreted

Access content will be available online via your mobile phone. Please bring a charging pack if you are concerned about battery use.


Large-print and Easy Read versions of the festival brochure will be available to download in advance or to pick up on the day. Visit our Access page for more information.

BSL interpreted description and Audio Description about the show is available on the Healing Together page.

Where to find it

Cabaret Stage will take place at Royal Victoria Gardens, Royal Docks, E16 2FH.

Supported by

Healing Together is supported by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Royal Greenwich Festivals, the Royal Docks Team, Arts Council England, and Newham Unlocked.


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