FOLLOWING a stellar sell-out opening night in September Très Très Cabaret is back with a bang at the Met Studio and two thirds of the tickets are already sold.
After expelling herself from The Royal Ballet School, pint-sized comedy powerhouse Abigail Collins has become well known on the cabaret circuit for her mix of comedy, circus and the ability to push the envelope well past its sticking point.
She is a London Cabaret Award nominee 2011 and also winner of best comic act, Milan BurlesqueAward 2012.
Whether dancing Swan Lake on traffic cones as her Russian diva Katinka or hooping up a storm as Angel Rodriguez, Brooklyn's answer to Beyoncé, Abigail's work is skillful, sexy and very, very silly combining the physique of an athlete and the mouth of Joan Rivers.
Also in the line-up is Eliza Delite who comes from a variety of creative disciplines and is an ex-pantomime comic.
Striking a happy balance between funny, sexy and mesmerising, Eliza's acts will leave you inspired and bedazzled.
She was the winner of best British female at the World Burlesque Games in 2012.
Another winner in the show is Ginger Blush who took the crown as London Burlesque Week newcomer 2010.
Ginger and her killer curves have shimmied straight to the top of the burlesque bill with headlining performances in top London venues, theatres in the UK and throughout Europe.
Keeping her finger on the performance pulse has resulted in a recent nomination for best burlesque act 2013 at The London Cabaret Awards.
Spurred on by her success she keeps audiences hot under the collar time and again delivering a diverse variety of acts. From Queen Elizabeth I to a hard-hat wearing handyman, Ginger's ingenious choreography, musical medleys and handcrafted costumes put Ms Blush in a league of her own in the burlesque scene.
Magic and variety are also on the bill courtesy of The Tom Tom Show featuring contortion and juggling among other skills.
The show takes place at 8pm on December 27 and tickets are £15 from 01785 254653.