13th July to 14th July . 7:30PM .
£17 - £23 full price | £14.50 - £20.50 concessions
Cabaret diva Tricity Vogue fronts a phenomenal all-female, all-star line up for a show bursting with fun. Vibrant swing tunes from a band of top-flight jazz musicians, spiced up by one very badly-behaved tap dancer, create the magic recipe for a top night out.
The high-energy nine-piece will transport you to another time. But which? Mashing up 1920s, 30s and 40s with 70s, 80s or 90s sounds, and throwing in Tricity's cheeky original tunes, this is vintage music that's very much alive. As for tap dancing cabaret clown Josephine Shaker, she's so alive that no stage can quite contain her. Be prepared for her to spill out into the audience at any moment.
Tricity Vogue's All Girl Swing Band celebrate their ninth year playing Wiltons with a two-date run in 2023. Joining Tricity and her banjo ukulele will be trumpeter Becca Toft, leading a three-part horn section with Alyson Cawley on tenor saxophone and Stephanie Dyer on trombone. Pianist Andrea Vicari, guitarist Emily O'Hara, double bassist Amy Baldwin, drummer Michèle Drees, and of course tap dancer Josephine Shaker make up the rhythm section.
Inspired by 1930s bandleader Ivy Benson, Tricity and her bandmates have been giving “girl band” conventions a good old shake-up, winning hearts and wowing audiences at venues across the UK since 2011. Their annual Wiltons extravaganza is the band's gig highlight of the year. Even if you don't come planning to dance, you might change your mind by the end of the night.
Running time: 2 hours including interval