The drag performer talks to DIVA about their love for their work
INTERVIEW BY GEORGIA DIMDORE-MILES, IMAGE BY HELEN MURRAY
Midgitte Bardot is the drag alter-ego of the talented Tammy Reynolds. They created Midgitte as an outlet for the discrimination they’ve endured for having dwarfism. And they are excellent! So brilliant in fact, that they got a role in Travis Alabanza’s recent play Sound Of The Underground. They have done performance poetry, drag artistry and live music as Midgitte since 2017. Have a bit of Midgitte…
The drag industry
“There’s not much rest for the wicked, and good lord we are wickedly talented.”
Their drag performance
“I think that is Midgitte pushing me to own my power and uphold and protect myself.”
Representing their community
“Just because I have dwarfism doesn’t mean I have to be the perfect dwarf.”
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