Campy, cute and clever

Remy’s drag career may have just begun, but it’s been a long time coming.
In her short time in the game, she’s worked with UK drag legends such as Meth, Cheryl Hole, Cheddar Gorgeous, Anna Phylactic, Rhys’s Pieces and Donna Trump.
A background of DJing makes Remy’s musical frame of reference enormous. Her performances are cleverly crafted statements of identity with a wink of humour, to a contemporary pop/rock mixtape.

“A burlesque dancer friend told me that if you can make someone laugh or scream, that’s a real reaction, you can’t fake it. I try and do that in my performances, sometimes within the same act!”

Bristol queen Haem once described her as ‘campy but emo’ – dresses made from rubber gloves or shower curtains are par for the course. Remy’s visual references include Japanese Decora fashion, MySpace-era ‘scene’ culture and cartoons such as Steven Universe and Adventure Time.

Remy loves tailoring custom acts for themed events – do you need a bespoke performance? Book her here!

Selected acts

I Just Love Cats
Based on the iconic 2007 Youtube sensation, watch Remy cry her way through a side-splitting feline number.
Sources include: The Cure, Khia, Nyan Cat
Stage notes: costume not essential

A powerful tribute to the NHS and and warning for it’s future.
Sources include: real news clips of junior doctors strikes, Enter Shikari
Stage notes: costume and SFX essential, potential cleanup needed
(fake blood)

Remy addresses anti-AFAB drag backlash in funny yet forceful style.
Sources include: Little Mix, Jasmine Masters
Stage notes: costume not essential

I’m So Tired
Dating apps can be a minefield, as Remy’s about to discover.
Sources include: Blazing Saddles
Stage notes: costume not essential but recommended, requires small surface onstage

Inside Of You
Sexy and provocative with a wicked twist for one lucky participant!
Sources include: Hoobastank
Stage notes: costume essential, requires audience volunteer, requires small surface onstage, prop tidy required afterwards

A crash-course in sexual identity.
Sources include: Demi Lovato, Backstreet Boys, Queen, Rita Ora
Stage notes: costume not essential