Solo Acts

Kimberley has acts available for cabaret evenings, receptions, parties, daytime and evening events. Ridiculous and sublime adding a sparkle to your event and breaking the fourth wall with walkabout entertainment.

 

Take a look at her acts below and see which one you'd like to book!

An act of good taste

'An Act of Good Taste' about French onion soup sung by an onion.

 

A delightful song full of gentle lyrical humour performed on piano. Perfect for something a little bit different at your event, particularly French themed evenings. Approx 4:00 min

 

Appearances at:

Neon Moon Cabaret Club - www.theneonmoonclub.com

Parisenne at the Willow Tree Bourn - www.thewillowtreebourn.com

STAGE ACT

Kieran

Kieran's story is complicated as we find out in his Rap-esque song.

 

With a guitar, loop pedal, body percussion and a surprisingly unbroken voice he turns up to his estranged Father’s wedding and discovers a teenage crush on his future step mum to be...

 

WALKABOUT

STAGE ACT

Frank 'n' Nonsense

This Zombie like Frankenstein character is perfect for Halloween but comes out any time of the year.

 

Frank has kind sensitive qualities but can be known to creep up on people. The strong green silent type gets people dancing and laughing whatever the occasion.

WALKABOUT

Little Bird

This cheerful, bumbling, childlike delight has good manners and a good heart.

 

The audience meet a speechless soul who communicates with her one true friend and, of course, humour. Playing with the audience and showing off a caged bird, this character entertains and can be used to usher.

 

Little Bird performs on stage with a beautifully constructed, emotive and informing song of covert times. Think Marlene Dietrich, when she risked arrest from authorities when Cabaret was underground!

WALKABOUT

STAGE ACT

"Kimberley has the voice of an angel and the personality of a goat!"

– Hugh Fraser

"Kimberley was doing walkabouts before the show and during the interval as the Strong Man, but onstage delivered a wonderful song about the Strong Man’s inner vulnerability. As so often with her songs it was touching and very clever."

– Norwich Blog

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