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THE SIRENS

When Marimba rhythms start to play, These mythical creatures will take your breath away, You can never kiss them on a Sunday, But they will sway wandering souls to stay
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A multinational music group conjuring ‘The Sirens’ from Greek Mythology. Essentially the outfit is an interactive all female trio, in Victorian’ess mermaid-like/modern day costume involving three captivating performers roving with instruments (accordion, double bass on wheels and guitar/mandolin and vocals).

Interacting with the public, these captivating ladies encompass theatrical spontaneity, choreographed pieces and cover a vast genre of repertoire to relate to all ages.

Rhoda Lopez (Actress, Musician and Vocalist)

Nikki Dagostino (Accordionist extraordinaire)

Beth Sheldon (Circus performer, Costume designer and Double Bassist)

Their act can be adapted to fit any event theme, suitable for roving, meet and greet, floorshow, stage, cabaret and corporate functions and more. The characters can fit a family friendly audience as well as adult themed events.

THE HULALULALADIES

The Hulalulaladies trio may hypnotise you with their hips or have you swinging and singing along with the festival fever! Three roving musicians donned in exaggerated floor length grass skirts and garlands play popular ukulele tunes that could lull you one minute and wipe you out the next!

An exciting combination of music and physical theatre and dance to get the party started.

Bass and Ukelele, 2 Ukulele’s (or 1 accordion 1 ukulele) and vocals.

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