The Mosaic Cat is a company based in Broadstairs, Kent. It creates and produces mixed arts, narrative cabaret style entertainment for local and international markets as well as professional mainstream music for weddings and corporate functions.

  • to book any of the Mosaic Cat productions for public or private performance;

  • to discuss ideas regarding a BESPOKE CABARET;


  • to gain confidence and better techniques for PUBLIC SPEAKING OR PERFORMANCE

please contact:

Brigitte (Baden) Rennie

1A West Cliff Mews, Broadstairs, Kent UK CT10 1PZ

01843 446113



“Summer Sounds” Broadstairs Town Team 2014 & 2015

POW!Thanet – International Womens’ Day festival committee member 2016 & 2017

Conquest House Gallery, Canterbury, Kent – Programming & Marketing 2016

The Yarrow Hotel, Broadstairs, Kent

The Mosaic Cat – beginnings:

The concept of the Mosaic Cat is the brainchild of Australian ex-pat Brigitte Rennie, who is a five star Cabaret performer herself with many years experience in the arts industry.

“Cabaret is experiencing a resurgence and we believe that this is largely due to small scale venues which engage audiences and makes one feel part of the show. Whether it be comedy, a recital or a music cabaret, sitting at a candlelit table with a bottle of wine is just so relaxing. Cabaret is all about storytelling; it allows artists to mix art forms in order to express an idea which encourages new work and produces great entertainment.”

Brigitte initially tested the idea of a cabaret festival in 2011 with a mini festival, “The Kent Cabaret Soiree”, running over three days at the Tom Thumb Theatre, Cliftonville, Margate. The success led Brigitte to plan a second pilot festival in 2012 . This received the support of Arts Council England, Broadstairs and St Peters Council and Kent Council and this is when The Mosaic Cat was born, with it’s trade mark brand created by Martin Cheek. Funding made possible the creation of the very successful Act One of “Back to Back by Bacharach” devised and written by Graeme Davies and Jamie Moore.

As part of continual research and development the Cat team decided to try out a season of events in 2013  from July to the end of November in various venues in Thanet and surrounding counties. This proved very successful and will continue as such for the next two seasons.

The Mosaic Cat is about re-introducing and to re-educating audiences to what “cabaret” encompasses. In recent years it has become synonymous with just burlesque and drag and even though these are two legitimate cabaret art forms, many have forgotten that it still simply about conveying a story and a song ideally performed in venues that have a sense of intimacy, that allows the performer and the audience to share the experience. To have a connection.

The Mosaic Cat has a mission statement that focuses on the following

  1. to introduce new performers and shows to Thanet & East Kent from the UK and international markets

  2. to encourage and support local performers

  3. to fund and produce new works

  4. to tour shows that have been “Made in Thanet”, nationally and internationally

    Meow to that!

Brigitte & The Cat