The Queen of Hearts. The dress is seriously ornate, the Monarch, seriously irate. This sovereign can be joined by the Queen of Diamonds, Clubs and Spades for a highly unusual royal gathering. For other Wonderland antics, how about up to nine identically dressed Alices performing our beautifully choreographed ribbon show or stilt walk-about? Or for more delirious duplication we offer the dance of the March Hares. We have nine of these characters waiting to leap into action. Maybe you favour a Cheshire Cat contortionist, ribbon or fire dancer or gymnast? The Queen can be incredibly interactive and can also perform choreographed dance-about or staged shows as a soloist or part of a larger group. As always, she can be adorned with lights (camp as Christmas and thrice the fun) and accompanied by her own portable music system if required.
- Colourful and exuberant, this act uses the space and introduces a generous splash of colour and energy.
- A perfect choice if you want to create a talking point or audience interaction.
- Gorgeous for making a real impact in any space, the sheer scale of of this character cannot fail to impress.
- Great for outdoor or indoor events.
- Hilarious on a busy dance floor.
Each artist can perform 3 sets within a booking. 1 set equals:
- A 40 minute wandering stilt performance.
- A 5-10 minute show.
Artists can perform one act for all 3 sets, or you can split the sets between two costumes/skills and select a complimentary second act.
Our full fees information can be found in our fees and set times PDF, available to account holders or upon request.
A quick overview of the few things we need from you:
- A dressing room or space.
- A clean safe performance space.
- Somewhere safe to leave equipment/ personal belongings.
- Suitable weather conditions or an alternative indoor space to work in. We will bring unruly weather alternatives if requested in advance, but we can’t generally work in very wet or extreme weather conditions.
- For stilt performance we need somewhere to get up onto our stilts. This could be a chair on a sturdy table against a wall, a high window with a large enough sill to sit on, a bar or any surface between 1-1.5 metres high that is safe to sit on. Stilts generally require a floor to ceiling clearance of 2.8 metres, although they can also navigate lifts, stairs (with help) doorways and low corridors. We can also sometimes use shorter stilts if required.
More technical requirements can be found in our safety documents, available to account holders or upon request.