Ladies and Gentlemen - Put your hands together for the 'bees-knees' in entertainment, the hot-smoking, table-rocking, flapper flocking sensation that is, The Speakeasy Sisters! The all-singing, all-dancing female close harmony trio, for a rip-roaring event to remember.
Showcasing a delightful mix of classic hits from the bygone years and popular modern songs with a unique jazztastic twist!
Dazzling audiences internationally with their intricate harmonies, cute vintage choreography and fun-loving flare!
Jump aboard the magical mystery bootlegging tour of all things 20s! With three bobbed haired broads, dressed top to toe in tassels and sweetly serenading you with hit after hit of jazz glitz, n glam! A high energy, all-singing, all-dancing show full of flapper fun to compliment your very own Great Gatsby-themed bash! The Speakeasy Sisters are fully adaptable and can perform as a trio with quality backing tracks or with the accompaniment of The Jazztastics backing band. Don't be a dewdropper, grab some giggle water and book the hotsy-totsy Speakeasy Sisters for a whoopee night to remember!
Keep Calm & Charleston on, by order of The Speakeasy Sisters!
Services From The Speakeasy Sisters
Dazzling Great Gatsby Themed Party
Please, describe your act or business in on sentence:
Dazzling 3-part vintage harmony group with piles of pizzazz
What is your competitive advantage (special features)?
We have a friendly, fun and quirky approach to our performances. Intricately choreographed routines. High-energy.
What kind of events do you usually serve?
Weddings Vintage events Armed Forces bases Armed forces events Festivals Private parties
How can event planners pay for your services?
How long do you play for?
Usually 2 x 45 minutes sets but can do more or less if the clients requires it.
Do you have your own PA and lighting?
Do you have Public Liability Insurance and PAT tested equipment?
How much space do you require?
4 X 3 m
My favourite tune is not on your list. Will you be able to play it?
If is fits in with the style of music we play then we can sing it.
How many breaks do you take? How long are they?
Usually 30 minutes between sets.
Do you do open-air acts?