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Carmen Miranda Living talking table

Living tables, perfect for meet'n'greet

We have a whole range of living tables perfect for meet'n'greet events around the country. They can serve hors d'oeuvres, champagne, wine (except red) and also interact with guests.

1 Man Band
Cockney 1 man band 1 man band one man band 1 man band Cockney
A Bass Drum & Hi Hat Tambourine, Banjo Uke or Accordion,, Kazoo, Harmonica, 4 Whistles, 2 Honkers and a Dozen Spoons
for audience participation.
Songs featured include renditions of:
Knees Up Mother Brown, Don't Dilly Dally, Any Old iron, Lambeth Walk, I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles &
I've Got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts 
The act can works well as a wandering street act and also as a static show of around 25 minutes. He needs no amplification and is available for any type of event be it a village fete, a city/town festival or colour at a special event. London based but can travel.

The Gents
The Gents play Carnaby Street The Gents 21st Century pub singers The Gents Knees Up

Updating the piano sing-along for the twenty-first century, The Gents cover tracks from Kylie to
Nirvana, Talking Heads to Dolly Parton, The White Stripes to Hot Chip & Elvis to Britney Spears.
In a mash up of styles incorporating the cockney knees up, gypsy punk and boogie-woogie piano
The Gents lead their drunken crowds through the full history of popular music. Alongside set pieces,
costume changes, comedy asides and Kazoo solo’s, The Gents fully integrate their punters into the
performance and encourage audience requests. The Gents generally prefer to perform with crowds
surrounding the piano rather than on stage, enabling them to fully connect with the audience.

Lucky Sweep for Weddings
Lucky sweep for weddings Lucky chimney sweep Lucky chimney sweep for weddings
Legend has it, that over 200 years ago, a Chimney Sweep saved the life of King George III, by regaining control of his wayward Horse and Carriage.
By Royal Decree, the King proclaimed that Chimney Sweeps are Bearers of Good Luck and fortune, and further, should be invited to Weddings, and Festivals.
This tradition is kept alive to this day, Your SweepOGram is on call to attend Your Special Day.

Good Luck is sure to rub off when the groom shakes hands with a Lucky Chimney Sweep who will have a "Lucky Kiss" for the new bride. With the power vested in him by King George III, he will present a keepsake of good fortune to the happy couple.

To see a Chimney Sweep on your wedding day is a sign of Good Luck & Fertility for the newly married couple. When a Lucky Chimney Sweep attends the wedding, this 200 year old timeless tradition is said to bring Good Luck to the happy couple.

Our sweep can either meet the Bride and Groom before the service, or as they leave the service as a surprise.  After presenting the happy couple with their gift and granting them good luck, he will be on hand for any photographs required,

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For further details, quotes or for a chat please feel free to contact:

Chris Ehrenzeller
Aurora's Carnival
166 Dale Road
Matlock Bath
DE4 3PS 

Mobile: 07710 788671


Acts are available around the country:- England....Bath, Birmingham, Bradford, Brighton & Hove, Bristol, Carlisle, Cambridge, Canterbury, Chester, Chichester, Coventry, Derby, Durham, Ely, Exeter, Gloucester, Hereford, Kingston-upon-Hull, Lancaster, Leeds, Leicester, Lichfield, Lincoln,, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Peterborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Preston, Ripon, Salford, Salisbury, Sheffield, Southampton, St Albans, Stoke-on-Trent, Sunderland, Truro, Wakefield, Wells, Westminster, Winchester
Wolverhampton, Worcester, York.  Wales...Bangor, Cardiff, Newport, St David's, Swansea.  Scotland...Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Stirling and all towns and villages in between.