Book The Charlalas
1940s Female Acapella Trio
The Charlalas are a 1940’s Female Acapella Trio who love a good old sing song and spreading smiles. Engaging and interactive, The Charlalas epitomise British charm and energy. Their unique, roaming acapella act doesn’t need a sound system, leaving one less thing for you to worry about. Whether your event is to celebrate, educate, reward, motivate, mark key milestones or encourage collaboration, The Charlalas work to your brief to ensure your objectives are fulfilled.
The right entertainment enhances your event and increases overall engagement and enjoyment. With their colourful costumes and playful repertoire, The Charlalas can heighten and brighten the atmosphere, giving visitors an experience to remember. They have a host of interactions and songs to engage with guests of all ages.
The Charlalas perform abridged cockney music hall classics and other songs from the era that can be modern or vintage in tone and repertoire. They can also create & costume a bespoke act to fit your event theme perfectly. The Charlalas are a dab hand at entertaining across public and hospitality areas alike. Whichever act you choose, they have a song for every occasion, from ‘Oh What a Beautiful Morning’ to ‘Show Me The Way To Go Home’ and all that falls in between. As your event gets into full swing, they can roam among your guests with sing songs, serenades and fun interactions such as a mini quiz and a basket full of treats for old and young alike.
Here’s what 1940s Female Acapella Trio – The Charlalas’ clients said:
“The Charlalas were the perfect addition to the EE hospitality area at Glastonbury Festival. We were so impressed with the energy, enthusiasm and style with which they entertained our guests. They looked the part, acted the part and were an absolute pleasure to work with. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them to anyone looking to add some glamour to their event.”
– Emily Jane Young, Senior PR Manager (EE)
“The Charlalas were just fabulous! The walkabout Charladies chatted, sang and brought smiles and laughter to crowds at the Mayor of London’s Feast of St George festival on Trafalgar Square on Saturday 20 April 2019. They were a great addition to the festival with their costumes, bright red lips and sunny smiles. Photos were taken, songs were sung and people just loved stopping to listen and have a chat with them. Would definitely recommend them for any event.”
– Anna Godsiff, London.Gov
“You were such a pleasure to deal with, were very accommodating with our random requests and gave such a fun and talented performance every time! What was particularly great for us is that we knew we could rely on you to turn up exactly when you said you would – you made several clients’ days that little bit more special with your lovely birthday serenades!”
– Emily Tyrie, Goodwood Hospitality Sales.
“The Charlalas were a wonderful addition to the Royal Wedding celebrations in Windsor. They kept the crowds and media fully entertained throughout the day and ensured everyone was in good spirits during the Royal Procession. Our thanks to the girls who were fantastic.”
– Paul Roach, Windsor Town Planner.
1940s Female Acapella Trio – The Charlalas’ repertoire:
Follow The Van
Any Old Iron
I’ve Got a Loverly Bunch of Coconuts
Lipstick on your collar
My Old Man’s a Dustman
It’s a long way to Tipperary
Pack up your troubles
I’m getting married in the morning
Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner
We’ll meet again
White Cliffs of Dover
You are my sunshine
Forever blowing bubbles
Que Sera Sera
Oh I do like to be beside the seaside…etc
Over the rainbow
Street Where you live
Feed The Birds
Fly a kite … etc
Every Day is a winding road
Baby you can drive my car
Shut up and drive
1940s Female Acapella Trio – The Charlalas’ previous clients:
The Glastonbury Festival
Imperial War Museum
Mayor of London
Chichester Communtiy Development Trust
Western Sussex Hospital Trust
BNC Event Show
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
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