Fascinating Aïda: Charm Offensive – A Review

Fascinating Aïda: Charm Offensive – A Review

Fascinating Aïda, a perfectly inviting evening into the world of cabaret.

Having only heard their faux Irish accent hit, ‘Cheap Flights’; I did not know what to expect as I entered the Cambridge Corn Exchange on Thursday 30th October.  I was surprised – I found myself laughing uncontrollably at the witty lyrics and funny musical anecdotes.

The three glamorously dressed women, Dillie Keane, Adele Anderson and Liza Pulman share their personal stories and form an amazing connection with the audience. The energetic threesome made no effort to hold back their own enjoyment on the stage, giggling like school girls when they messed up a tune.  Don’t expect the usual rhyme and predictable lyrics though, you may be shocked to find a slip of the C-bomb.

Also don’t be fooled into thinking that the threesome’s talent is just to make you laugh. They open up their soft side throughout the performance with numbers such as Keane’s ‘Look Mummy, No Hands’ and Liza Pulman’s ‘Out of Practice’ and a song about Adele’s gender which had taken them 10 years to write.

If you haven’t yet, you must see Fascinating Aida. Click here for Tour Dates.

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Radio Ha-Ha

November 7th, 2014

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