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Meet THE SUPREME FABULETTES... destined to be the next big thing in sophisticated entertainment

THE SUPREME FABULETTES


Meet The Supreme Fabulettes... destined to be the next big thing in sophisticated entertainment.

The Supreme Fabulettes are Miss Vicki Vivacious, Miss Mary Mac and Miss Vanilla Lush.

Dressed head to foot in fabulous couture costumes, wearing stunning wigs and death defying high heels, The Supreme Fabulettes will turn on the glitz and glamour to perform Glee-style song mash-ups of classic 1960s Motown hits and contemporary songs including The Supremes’ Stop In the Name of Love crossed with Girls Aloud’s The Promise and Tina Turner’s Proud Mary teamed with Adele’s Rolling in the Deep.


Launching with a series of headlining performances across London in May, the group has a top creative team behind them, who between them have worked with the world’s biggest pop stars and on some of the most stunning music tours of recent years.

Vocal Arranger Terry Ronald is best known for his work with Kylie Minogue, The Wanted, Westlife, The Saturdays and Cheryl Cole.

Musical Arranger John Themis has written smash chart hits for Emma Bunton (a UK number one), Sugababes and Kylie Minogue and over 100 songs with Boy George and Culture Club. 

Costume Designer Stevie Stewart is formerly one half of the innovative and influential fashion design label Bodymap. She now works with top creative names in fashion, music, film and advertising as a costume, set and production designer and a fashion stylist. Her work featured on Kylie Minogue’s KYLIEX2008, Showgirl and Homecoming world tours, as well as Britney Sprears’ The Circus spectacular. 

Choreographer Katie Ella Hardwick’s work was seen in the West End production of The Hurly Burly Show.

Producer Walt Utz, of world famous Soho cabaret night club, Madame JoJo's, said: “The uplifting Motown Sound has inspired generations of artists. Now more than 40 years after Diana Ross and the Supremes, Martha and the Vandellas, and the biggest Motown stars  first arrived in the UK in the spring of 1965, we'll be giving their classic tracks a new twist by mixing them with modern songs. The Supreme Fabulettes show will be the best party in town, presented by three unique performers armed with glam, glitter and oddles of talent.”

The Supreme Fabulettes
starring
Miss Mary Mac 
Miss Vicki Vivacious 
Miss Vanilla Lush

Vocal Arrangements - Terry Ronald
Musical Arrangements - John Themis
Choreography - Katie Ella Hardwick
Producer - Walt Utz

DATES
Monday 14th May - Royal Vauxhall Tavern
Tuesday 15th May - The Black Cap
Wednesday 16th May - The Admiral Duncan
Wednesday 16th May - (later)Trannyshack
Friday 18th May - Ku Bar
Saturday 19th May - Way Out Club




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