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Look At Me Don't Look At Me


Featuring a piano, a synth, two microphones, a shaky egg and 14 original songs, follow Lizzie Siddal as she takes you from being discovered by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood to being exhumed by her husband, the great artist Dante Rossetti.

Famous as a model and muse but an artist and poet in her own right, Lizzie Siddal led a ‘tragic life’.

She’s done being tragic.

A cabaret about love, art and legacy. Who really suffers for our great art?

‘At only an hour long, this bare-bones cabaret has profound things to say about biography, desire, illness and art. It is extraordinary.’
★★★★★, The Stage

Artist website: RashDash

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A white woman looks into the camera, her left hand held up. She has red hair and is wearing a white dress. She is speaking into a microphone which she holds with her right hand.
RashDash, Look At Me Don't Look At Me. Photo by Sebastian Hinds