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Camille O'Sullivan 30 November 2009
Camille O'Sullivan by Michael Labica
Cabaret singer and actress, story teller and performance artist

Camille O'Sullivan is notoriously difficult to pigeonhole. On stage dressed in corsets and fishnet tights she could be mistaken for a burlesque singer but the show she peforms is far more eclectic and diverse. She started her career as a more traditional chanteuse performing songs by Edith Piaf and Marlene Dietrich. Since then she has incorporated more contemporary music into her show including songs by artists such as Nick Cave, Tom Waits and David Bowie.  Camille talks to Jane about her unorthodox career, her training as an architect and she'll be singing live. 

Camille performs at The Apollo Theatre , London  from 7  December to 16 January
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