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THE SUPREME FABULETTES star in new full length show 'Love, Rhythm and Tears'


The Supreme Fabulettes 
in 
Love, Rhythm and Tears


The Supreme Fabulettes, who perform Glee-style song mash-ups of classic 1960s Motown hits and contemporary songs, continue their meteoric rise with their first ever full length show - The Supreme Fabulettes in Love, Rhythm and Tears, at Madame JoJos on Wednesday 24 October at 8.00pm.

The Supreme Fabulettes will further cement their reputation for slick choreography, amazing vocal harmonies and stunning gowns when they also perform The Supreme Fabulettes in Love, Rhythm and Tears at Volupte Lounge on 17 and 18 October and the Royal Vauxhall Tavern on Thursday 25 October.

Not only does The Supreme Fabulettes in Love, Rhythm and Tears contain fierce music including original mash ups from Beyonce to The Andrews Sisters, hand-made couture dresses and a few  special surprises thrown in but The Supreme Fabulettes are taking to the big screen in comedy sketches especially written for them which will give the audience a peek into the offstage life of the Fabulettes. Even 80s pop star Sinitta makes a hilarious guest appearance!

“We are having a total blast” said The Supreme Fabulettes - Miss Vicki Vivacious, Miss Mary Mac and Miss Vanilla Lush. “The past few months have been a whirlwind and our fans have been absolutely fantastic giving us great feedback. We can’t wait for them to see our full length show with an hour of totally new songs and mash-ups. We have quite a few surprises!”

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, including Vocal Arranger Terry Ronald (best known for his work with Girls Aloud and Danni Minogue) and Musical Arranger John Themis (who has written smash chart hits for Emma Bunton (a UK number one), Sugababes and Kylie Minogue and over 100 songs with Boy George (who’s also a fan of the girls) and Culture Club. Their unique, stunning gowns are specially designed by Stevie Stewart, - formerly one half of the innovative and influential fashion design label Bodymap - who 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 Elle Hardwick’s work was seen in the West End production of The Hurly Burly Show.

Wednesday 17 October 
Volupte Lounge

Thursday 18th October 
Volupte Lounge

Wednesday 24th October  
Madame JoJo’s

Thursday 25th October 
Royal Vauxhall Tavern


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