All The Nice Girls
"All The Nice Girls' is a loving and nostalgic tribute to pioneering performers in Music Hall Variety and Revue. Described by The Stage as 'cheeky, touching and truly enlightening' in the show performers Alison Child and Rosie Wakley tell the story of forgotten on and offstage partners Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney through the eyes of male impersonator Ella Shields. The audience is invited to singalong to 'All The Nice Girls Love a Sailor', 'If You Knew Suzie' and other songs which reinforce the show's gentle message of acceptance and celebration of love which until recently could not speak its name. A wonderful way to make members of the community who are LGBTQI feel included, accepted and embraced.
|Name:||All The Nice Girls|
|Type of act:||Theatre companies|
|Act contents:||Audience participation | Comedy | Music - Ballads | Music - General /variety /sing along | Music - Music Hall | Reminiscence | Talks /workshops /story telling | Theatre | Therapy | Variety Entertainment|
|Equipment required:||Three pin socket|
|Performance length:||55 minutes|
|Fee charged:||£100 plus travel from Brighton (Over £100)|
|Locations:||National service (England).|
|Booking notice:||3 weeks|
|Days of week:||Any|
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