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Boats with Legs

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Particularly suitable for maritime, seaside, and some other themed events. Immaculately costumed above deck, thin legs and large boots below the waterline, these boats have now walked many miles around the country!

 

Each has a tale to tell!

The Viking Longship

Eric and Hilda Viking are looking for somewhere nice to settle down, or plunder, after a pretty rough voyage and not enough lager breaks. On board, and feeling slightly queazy is their captured Saxon sheep, Dolly (or Nelly Mutton to her friends) who is anxious to go home to a nice grass sandwich.

Down In The Harbour

Off to sea for a day’s fishing. Inner State has finally realised that a British summer can deliver anything from fair weather to foul, so have come prepared.

Kevin the Seagull, is ready too, and can steal more fish aboard the boat than just hanging around the dockside.

Pirate Galleon

It’s 1722, and the crew, Captain Nathan Darke and Liza Rudge have clearly been at sea for too long. They could be shipwrecked at any moment because the lookout, Cora the Crow, is refusing to go back into the crow’s nest.

Beside the Seaside

The sun is shining and our two holiday makers are off for a trip. Kevin the Seagull, who never misses a chance, is aboard and ready with helpful insults for these two dimwits who are likely to get lost before they get out of the harbour !

HMS Victory

Here we are in 1805 with a bemused Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson and Able Seaman Lyon out on the high seas searching for Trafalgar. They engage in nautical banter with passers-by to take their minds off the ensuing battle. Meanwhile Lieutenant Pasco, Signals Officer and pigeon, is practising his important signal.

Italian Gondola

The Gondolier seems to have taken a wrong turn at the Bridge of Sighs and turned up on the old canal near you. A good opportunity for Kevin the Seagull, armed with a map and phrase book, to practise his Italian and direct operations.

Lady Lydia

Sir Henry Greatham and Lady Lydia are out for a gentle cruise in their Edwardian steam launch. Unfortunately they have been joined by Kevin, a rather loud-mouthed seagull who is prone to insulting anyone near enough. He definitely lowers the tone of the proceedings.

Musical Ruth

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Musical Ruth and The Amazing Magical Mobile Piano has performed at countless venues and events throughout the U.K and Europe. It’s a totally unique mix and mingle act suitable for ages 9 to 90. It’s fun, daft, and side splittingly funny. Musical Ruth uses comedy dance moves, facial contortions, crazy sound effects, many styles of music and hilarious banter, making sure that nobody will forget meeting the singing nun. The piano is built onto an electric vehicle and is beautifully decorated. Its appearance at your event will raise a titter even before Sister Ruth says a word. It’s a hilarious act, visually stunning and once witnessed……never forgotten.It is suitable for any outdoor event or indoors too….access permitting. Musical Ruth can perform at classical concerts and firework displays. Performance and street festivals. Xmas lights switch ons. Carnivals, fetes and galas. Music festivals. Corporate events, weddings, town centres,birthday parties, outdoor concerts, trade shows, country fairs, county shows, shopping centres, product launches, advertising campaigns, film and television shows.So what are you waiting for? It’s time to book the nun!

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Tree’s Alive

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Trees Alive! are a unique and unforgettable entertainment act.

Unsuspecting to the guest and crowds, they stand still like natural topiary. All of a sudden, in that magical moment they begin to walk, talk, meet and greet and hug! They can hold champagne and much more.

 


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