Hoochie producer Keda Breeze

Hoochie producer Keda Breeze

Between 2004 and 2013 Hoochie Coochie produced inspired circus cabaret events, starting with humble beginnings of smokey, underground parties, way back in the days when cabaret was an emerging art form. These progressed to large-scale events with a following of guests who would travel from across from across the UK to enjoy skilfully crafted shows with carnivalesque parties.

Taking place in various magnificent settings such as big tops, cinemas, museums and Speigeltents, Hoochie Coochie earned a reputation as one of the best shows of its kind in the country. It also made a strong contribution to arts in Bristol as it provided a new platform to many performers, and introduced many members of the public to performing arts by presenting it in a fun, accessible and engaging way.

Alongside public events, Hoochie Coochie produced circus and cabaret for various private events and major UK festivals.

Team Hoochie have now taken their bows for the very last time. The team worked with cabaret at its inception, and while their passion for the art form remains, they have evolved to develop new and exciting projects.

Hoochie Coochie’s producer Keda Breeze is now concentrating on her new production company, Paradise Hotel. Paradise Hotel is a bespoke creative event production company, which specialises in concept-lead events with emphasis on aesthetics, styling and performing arts. Those who enjoyed Hoochie Coochie may be pleased to know that as well as producing events for private clients, we are working with Bristol organisations to create spectacular public events. Details of these events can be seen on the Paradise Hotel website.

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  • “Hoochie Coochie is the best cabaret-variety show I have seen outside of London. Line-ups are always exquisite, talented and surprising. It is a show I urge all of my friends to see if they are ever in the area.”

    Beatrix Von Bourbon
  • “It was kicking in there!”