The Casablanca Steps
One of the most experienced and established 1920s / 30s musical acts in the UK, The Casablanca Steps are four individual and talented performers unequalled in their field who recreate the authentic musical ambience of the 1920s and 30s when the “Charleston” was all the rage and the swells were “Putting On The Ritz”.
INTRODUCING OUR FLAPPER GIRLS
At one of our recent splendid events, we happened upon some rather naughty, flirtatious flapper girls, who showed great interest in ‘doing something’ with The Casablanca Steps. Now this was not an offer to be taken light-heartedly. So, being the most respectful, clean living and charming gentlemen that we are, proud of our resolute resistance to the allure of devilish temptresses, we unanimously decided – after seconds of deliberating – that we could not possibly deprive our adoring public of such a display of sizzling energy and irresistible beauty. Therefore, we are proud to announce that these young ladies can now be hired as an extra special addition to our show. They can be hired as two flappers (exquisitely entertaining) or as many as 6 flappers (not for the faint hearted).
Their performance is of the highest standard with over 40 TV shows throughout the UK and Europe to their credit. On the back of their recent appearance on the One Show for the BBC they were asked to perform one of their songs in the second season of the ITV drama ‘Home Fires’, which was broadcast in Spring 2016. They have entertained in festivals, theatres, corporate events and private parties worldwide with great acclaim, and have more recently entertained on some of the worlds finest cruise ships including the legendary QE2. Their more recent maritime experience was entertaining for the launch of the new Queen Elizabeth in the presence of HRH the Queen. It is not the first time they have rubbed shoulders with celebrities and Royalty, them being personal favourites of Prince Philip after their performance for him at St James Palace, and performing with French & Saunders and Mark Owen from Take That on The Kelly Show and The Late Late Show in Ireland
Their totally unique sound and authentic three part vocal harmonies, combined with a quintessentially English visual element of serious “tongue in cheek” humour make their show a unique experience for all ages, and their ability to break down the arts barriers with their outstanding performance always leaves their audience begging for more.
Indulge in an evening with Wooten, Clarke, Archie and Pico – four great performers who really know how to entertain.
Ain’t She Sweet
Alexander’s Ragtime Band
Baked A Cake
Bei Meir Bist Du Schoen
Bring Me Sunshine
Button Up Your Overcoat
Crazy Words, Crazy Tunes
Dancing Cheek To Cheek
Don’t Bring Lulu
Five Foot Two
I Get A Kick Out Of You
I Only Have Eyes For You
I Won’t Dance
It’s a Hap Hap Happy Day
Keep Young & Beautiful
Putting On The Ritz
Teddy Bears Picnic
The Can Can
The Sun Has Got His Hat On
Trail Of The Lonesome Pine
When I’m Cleaning Windows
When I’m 64
When You’re Smiling
William Tell Overture
Yes Sir That’s My Baby
You Do Something To Me
British Chamber Of Commerce Tapei, Taiwan
HRH Duke Of Edinburgh, St James Palace, London
P & O Lines
Holland America Lines
Music Publishers Association
St Patrick’s Day Festival, Dublin
National Railway Museum
Marks & Spencer
Federation Of Master Builders
Marks & Spencer
Duke Of Westminster
RTE Late Late Show
Channel 5 Milan
Metropolitan Hotel Dubai
Antwerp Music & Comedy Festival
Upton Upon Severn Jazz Festival
Bergen Op Zoom Jazz Festival
Warwick Folk Festival
Isle Of Wight Old Gaffers Festival
Tourquois Comedy Festival France
Klankenburg Festival, Blankenburg, Belgium
Vigevano Music Festival, Milan
Teignmouth Jazz Festival
Mayfield Music Festival
House Of Fraser
British Days, Hamburg
Grand National Aintree
The Carpenters Company
Save The Children
Stephen Joseph Theatre
Lyceum Theatre Crewe
Plaza Theatre Stockport
Coliseum Theatre Oldham
The London Grosvenor
Queens College Cambridge
Mall Of The Emirates Dubai
Wiltons Music Hall London
The City Centre Bahrain
“Their stylish ‘take’ on a particular era of music wins all age groups.
I could watch them again and again.”
Sir Alan Ayckbourn
Stephen Joseph Theatre
‘I just wanted to say a huge thank you for The Casablanca Steps performance at the Burns an a That Festival at the weekend in Ayr. The band were absolutely superb. Our client was delighted, the public totally loved them and I personally found them a real pleasure to deal with in every way.’
‘Fantastic performers, excellent musicians and all-round nice guys. Hope we get a chance to work with them again in the future.’
Fiona Anderson, Zisys AVMN Limited.
David and I thoroughly enjoyed your performance at our
25th Wedding Anniversary.
We saw the guys perform at the County Show and have been
waiting to find something to celebrate and have them perform.
I have lost count of how many of our guest have congratulated us
the choice of Band and Entertainment.
David and Tracy Irwin-Smith. 4 June 2016
A truly amazing evening! The Casablanca Steps were Fantastic! Everybody commented on how amazing they were. They totally set the scene of the 1920s. Thank you very much!
“The Feed back on you guys has been amazing thank you and well done” – Richard Howard – Jennys Ball – 3 October 2015
‘I so much enjoyed your performance at Walters 21st. Thank you so much for your professionalism and ease of management. Your music and playing were sublime.’ Griselda Kerr. July 2014
This is a short note post honeymoon to let you know that the Casablanca Steps were a HUGE hit at the wedding a few weeks ago. I loved it, Steve loved it, and all our guests were blown away. When we thought it couldn’t get any better the dancers were amazing!!!
Please pass our thanks to the band & dancers, and accept our thanks to you for all your help in this process.
Best Regards from an extremely happy customer,
Louise & Steven Malone
“A very big thank you for layng on a
totally professional and highly entertaining performance, which succeeded in
capturing the mood of the evening and delighting our guests.”
“I would like to thank the ‘boys’ for the making of the most successful of events.
They went down a storm .”
“The Casablanca Steps were fantastic
and such a hit with our guests.
The cabaret was a scream.”
Bryony & Peter Nowell
“Everyone enjoyed your music and your act. It was so lovely to see the younger guests dancing at the tables.”
Judy & Chris Jenkins
“Thank you for providing such great entertainment for the RA Officers Mess Christmas party.
You and the boys were on cracking form, and really started the evening off in fine fashion.
I cannot tell you how many people came up to me enthusing over your performance… you really do cause quite a stir and I really do appreciate how much hard work goes into making such a good impression.”
Capt AA Kealy
14th Regiment Royal Artillery – Larkhill
“All our guests raved about how excellent
you were and that booking you had been an inspired choice.”
“Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant, Brilliant.”
“Just a line to thank you and your
colleagues for giving us such an entertaining and enjoyable evening last Friday.
I appreciated your help with the “raffle”
and everything else you did to tailor
the evening for us.
It really was a super evening and
I am most grateful.”
“Just a quick note to thank you all
for a superb show last Saturday at the County Hall Matlock. It was manifico and appreciated by all.”
Dr Sam Allen
“You changed the ceremonial occasion into
a terrific party and we should like to record our thanks and admiration.”
Mrs & Mrs FC Underhill
“Thank you all for the wonderful show you performed. It was extremely entertaining funny and very talented.”
“You were fantastic, an undoubted highlight. Everyone keeps going on about how good you were and thinking about occasions when they might be able to book you.”
Emily & Malcolm Pearce
“What can I say?
The Casablanca Steps were magnificent, brilliant, wonderful and bloody funny!!
You really did go down a storm.”
Julia & Ross Sharpe
“Thank you for the fantastic performance which you gave at our wedding on June 6th. To say that you helped the day to go with a swing would be an understatement. Our guests were very taken with you and the atmosphetre of fun which you created continued throughout the weekend. Children and adults alike enjoyed your music and cabaret and we would have no hesitation recommending you to anyone.”
Katie & Tim Baxter