Last Friday, February 10, the one and only Clementine the Living Fashion Doll (and make sure you say ‘DOLL’ at least an octave higher than the rest) performed in the cabaret Mother’s Ruin, which was hosted by Timberlina and ran as part of Contact Theatre’s Queer Contact festival. (Click here to watch a video all about Mother’s Ruin, and the superb acts who played there.)
On the website The Public Reviews, Laura Maley had this to say about our regnant Queen of Glamour:
“Clementine The Living Fashion Doll must be seen to be believed; a fantastic act, loved by the audience almost on sight. Clementine came to life in a freak industrial accident in a toy factory at the end of the 20th century and her musical numbers – a Cher cover in particular – are a really joy-filled treat.”
I bow to you, Clementine, you are loved by all in the Commonwealth of Polari.