Head To Mistletoe is not a show about oral fellatio or poisonous holiday garlands. Join me for a night of cabaret fun singing tracks from Christmas Queens, Kaleidoscope and other seasonal favs.
Sydney – November 12th
Melbourne – November 13th
NYC – December 4th-6th
Even though I had a successful Kickstarter, I guess I am still a woman of a certain era where crowdfunding still feels a bit crunchy sometimes. But it is 2015 and this is a new frontier and a new level of freedom in being an artist.
With Patreon I have more freedom to create smaller projects, rather than just one bit thing like Kaleidoscope was. Remixes, acoustic recordings, music videos. If you would like to support my creations you can on an ongoing basis, check it out and see what you think!
Willam, Alaska, and Courtney are coming your way, and shenanigans are bound to happen! You will not want to miss this show!
Friday, October 16th
London, UK – West 5
Hurry and get your tickets soon because they are selling out quickly!
Here is a little behind the scenes taste of the #AAAGirls:
We are going to do something fun and intimate at Bardot on Friday the 17th of July!
I’m doing acoustic set with my guitarist of some of the tracks from Kaleidoscope. It’s free entry, 21+ (soz to the under 21’s). And doors open at 8:30pm (and this isn’t one of those 8:30pm that means I won’t go on till 1am, the whole night will be done and dusted by like 10pm… so… don’t be late!)
Can’t wait to see you all there!
Courtney Act is bringing her hit cabaret show, Boys Like Me, to Provincetown. Mx. Act will perform every Tuesday-Thursday from June 30th thru August 20th. Get ready to laugh and connect with Courtney as you are taken on a journey through her adventurous love life!
“Boys Like Me is a 90 minute sit-down show and it’s my favourite thing to do standing up!” –Courtney Act
She also sat down with Yahoo’s Music Lyndsey Parker for an exclusive interview to discuss her debut EP Kaleidoscope out July 7th.
Ecstasy, is inspired by a night I had at Burning Man. My friends and I were on the dance floor at Opulent Temple and Diplo was DJ’ing. That moment when you let go of before and after and you connect with yourself, the people you are with and the dance floor. No words necessary. You are in the moment. The music sets you free.