Third Gala Dinner a roaring success
Last week the Kaleidoscope Trust held its third annual Gala Dinner at London's glamorous Cafe de Paris.
This year's dinner was hosted by Simon Fanshawe and headlined by the fabulous burlesque artist Sukki Singapora, ambassador of women's rights and the first professional burlesque performer from Singapore.
Talking about performing at the Kaleidoscope Trust event, Sukki said "it's a cause which not only completely echoes my feelings on the importance of freedom of expression, but one which marries so well with everything my burlesque performances encompass."
The evening's programme included a charity auction and stand-up comedy from the hilarious Rosie Wilby. The audience also had the chance to hear about the Kaleidoscope Trust's work and from Jason Jones, Director of I Am One, one of the Kaleidoscope Trust's partner organisations in Trinidad and Tobago.
Profits from the dinner will go towards the Kaleidoscope Trust's work to uphold the rights of LGBT people across the world.