Rugdoctor Valentines Campaign 2021
Millicent wrote, produced and performed in the 2021 Valentines Campaign for Rugdoctor Uk.
Ladies, Have we Progressed? 1920's-2020's
For BBC Radio Suffolk
A satirical sketch exploring the moral relativism of feminine
values in the 1920’s and 2020’s.
Parallels can be drawn between many of the ways women see and have seen the world proving that we truly have not progressed.
In the most humorous fashion,
Violet and Alice live in a parallel universe of both eras. Expressing their opinions that come from exactly the same place. A human place.
Directed and Shot by Armando de Ath Starring Millicent Binks and Angeline Hunt Costume and Props Mary Hunt
A project inspired by artists Sophie Calle, Cindy Sherman, Psychobitches and female stock characters of mid twentieth century cinema. Millicent disguises herself as various caricatures and has gone out, introduced herself to men and had conversations with them about the social politics of dating.
It's a satirical look at the dogma of the dating world and the roles that men and women play in modern relationships.
It has been optioned by Carnival Films for TV.
You can read the article here.
MP rumPy pumPy
MP rumPy pumPy is a satirical short written and performed by Millicent. A soup of sex and Westminster she lets us peep through the keyhole at what MP's are like in the bedroom. It was screened at the Samsung KX for Shorts on Tap and in Atlanta for the Women's Comedy Film Festival. She has also performed it live at the Museum of Comedy in Bloomsbury.
The film was featured on the front page of The Sun on election day 2019 along with a comical article. You can veiw the article here.
Evening Standard Column
Millicent wrote a sex column about her life every week in the Evening Standard. It was optioned by production company Kudos. You can read some of her articles here.
The Burlesque Years
Millicent began her performance career on the burlesque circuit in London and Europe. Appearing on stages often in Paris, Italy and Istanbul. The gallery celebrates this period.
"Millicent is London's own queen of burlesque, regularly performing at the capital's top cabaret nights. Recognised on the cabaret scene & across Europe, Millicent also has a burlesque residency in Istanbul and has performed with Dita Von Teese herself in Paris. She has also modelled for lingerie brand Agent Provocateur."
Millicent is a writer/performer from Suffolk residing in London.
Since graduating with a BA (Hons) at Wimbledon College of Art in Costume Interpretation, Millicent has used costume and characterisation in everything she does. It led her to pursue a performance career in burlesque in which she could costume herself and create personas.
After making a name for herself on the burlesque scene she got a weekly sex column in The London Evening Standard talking about her life in the burlesque world. This had two million readers a week.
Her latest projects include "Alter Shego's". For The Sunday Times magazine, she disguised herself as different women, took self-portraits, went out, introduced herself to random gentlemen and wrote down their reactions.
So far she has written and performed in two short films, "Ladies, Have We Progressed?" which has been shortlisted for the Funny Women Awards 2020 and "MP rumPy pumPy" which was featured on the front page of The Sun for election day 2019.