Anarchic, unbridled and unfiltered. Russell Hicks is a risk-taking comic whirlwind, captivating audiences everywhere with his razor-sharp wit.
From the moment he steps on stage crowds are hooked by his infectiously rebellious personality and unapologetic style as he delivers entirely original comedy content right there in front of your eyes.
Multi Award-Winningvintage singer / comedian
Delivers a potent set with resonant clarity and a biting intent aligned with her stage persona, which is both formidable and wry.” – Ben Walters (The Scotsman)“Aletia gave a great performance full of passion and humour. The audience loved it.” ✭✭✭✭✭ – Patrick Harrington (Counter Culture)“Challenging and courageous. This lady in red shines like a newborn star.” – Kevin Short (International Times)“A Queer Love Of Dix is a quality piece of theatre and performance art…a well-crafted script and beautifully sung songs…a performance of mastery.” ✭✭✭✭✭ – Mark Calvert (Mumble)“Aletia Upstairs, a spectacular performance artist and scholar…masterly construct…skilful intermediacy.” ✭✭✭✭✭ – James O’Brien (Edinburgh Festival.org)“Important and inspirational work; The words, and songs,are spoken and sung with such thought-provoking purity and love.” – Kevin Short (International Times)“One of those little Edinburgh Fringe gems — Upstairs is joyful, sulky, sexy and seductive as Mata Hari. Do go and see this if you can.” ✭✭✭✭✭ – Carrie Gooch (ScotsGay)“A strong performance that includes attractive and evocative singing.” ✭✭✭✭ – Theatre Guide London“Strong, melodic and dramatic delivery…Evocatively punctuates the narrative with songs.” – The Stage“She can write, she understands the use of irony.” – BPM Magazine“Knows how to own a stage…her style was refreshing, moody and beautiful.” – The South African“Aletia was mind-blowing.” – Live Jam TV“She has an earthy, raw voice with a lot of potential and honest emotion. Her down-tempo songs are her true strength.” – London Music Blog
Burlesque cabaret performer
She has performed at The Flamingo Room –Live Jazz,
Recently she can add international performances to her experience due to perform
Alice is a graduate from Rose Bruford College, where she studied European Theatre Arts (training the contemporary performer. Whilst training at Rose Bruford Alice was able to develop as a multi skilled performer and artist. Specialising in comedy, clowning, drag, performance art and movement whilst also gaining skills in writing and developing her own practice. During Alices professional training at Rose Bruford College Alice developed her desire to pursue comedy and created the sketch show ‘Two girls and a lot of carrots’ with her sketch partner Paige. They went on to perform this at The Edinburgh Fringe, Alphabeti Theatre (Newcastle) and Shoreditch. Also she was given the opportunity to train for two months with internationally acclaimed Polish Theatre company Gardzienice. Here Alice worked intensely being integrated within the daily training of the company and refined her skills in musicality, choral singing and voice. Since graduating Alice was cast in the production ‘Fantasia’ (the dance before Christmas) at The Vaults London. She has continued to perform a new version of the comedy show ‘Two girls and a lot of breakdowns’ at Vault
grotesque gender bender clown
LYDIA ELISABETH WILD .
Lydia Elisabeth Wild is an Austrian, London based grotesque gender bender clown with circus background. She has performed national and international in cabarets, at theatre productions, her own solo show, the collaborative Clownshow “Lola, Puck and Marilyn”, and made an appearance at Come Dine With Me on Channel4 as yodelling Heidi. She creates original and striking characters which undergo major transformations to different themes. Many of them were born while performing and touring with avant-garde poetry and performance company DADA for Girls between 2013 and2017 which show won the WAF Petit Prix for breakthrough theatre and the Gothenburg Award for the most provocative show.Ms LovaLova, orgininally making "things" on the trapeze, came to the ground after making appearances in the Austrian Women Clown Festival and visiting Vienna, Bristol, London and Barcelona
Doors 7.00 pm Showtime 8.00pm
adv tickets only £13.50 / concessions NHS £10.00
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