Fascinating Aida return to Eastbourne
Fascinating Aida, the voices behind witty and controversial songs, will take the stage at the Congress on Saturday March 28.
Dillie Keane, Adele Anderson and Liza Pulman, described as the most glamorous comedy cabaret trio of all time and capture the political and social fixations of our times, are on stage at 7.30pm.
A spokesperson at Eastbourne Theatres said, “Their brand new show will feature a selection of old favourites, songs you haven’t heard before and some you wish you’d never heard in the first place. There may not be any dogging, there may be an updated version of their Brexit song and it’s likely that Cheap Flights will be truncated due to new immigration controls.
“But the songs are mostly topical and the glamour remains unstoppable. With three Olivier Award nominations and more than 25 million YouTube and Facebook hits for Cheap Flights and their incredibly rude Christmas song, how can you possibly miss them?”
Dillie Keane founded Fascinating Aïda in 1983 and and was joined by key writing partner Adèle Anderson in 1984.
Since then the group has played in hundreds of theatres all over the world with a number of London seasons.
They have enjoyed viral online success despite being around since before the birth of the Internet, made numerous television appearances and radio recordings, released seven CDs, three DVDs, an autobiography and a songbook, and have also been nominated for several awards.
Tickets are £25 and available at the Box Office on 4120000 or online eastbournetheatres.co.uk which now gives the option to print-tickets-at-home and choose your seat based on the views which it offers.