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Miss Cairo has been an advocate in the performing arts industry for her queer, trans fam and communities of colour and is The Director of The People of Cabaret. She has a strong focus on mental health and well-being, and is committed to ensuring that artists find their self worth and value in the work they produce.

Miss Cairo has travelled extensively around the world and has trained in many different art forms: cabaret, burlesque, singing, drag, physical theatre, mask and mime, dance, writing, wig making, costume design/making – to name but a few skills! Her varying skills have helped her develop a thoughtful approach to live performance in regard to responding to, and being sensitive to, audiences’ reactions. Miss Cairo developed a strong sense of improvisational techniques in her early years.

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