Always humorous and bitingly satirical, Fascinating Aida have established themselves as one of the UK's top theatre cabaret acts, rivalled for sophisticated wit and musical style by Kit and the Widow.
Singing songs of love and sex, something the girls claim to have much experience of, each number reflects the age we're in and the age we are at. Self-described as "a cross between Jacques Brel and the Andrews Sisters," Fascinating Aida have been entertaining audiences since the early 1980's.
For their farewell tour they have gathered the troops, with Adele Anderson, Marilyn Cutts and Dillie Keane reuniting for "the single purpose of topping up their pensions." The show also introduces new boy Russell Churney and his twelve magical fingers.
Over the last 20 years Fascinating Aida have played in hundreds of theatres all over the world, including Sydney and New York, have been seen live by over one million people and have released five albums, published two books and released two videos.
One Last Flutter, their final show, features 12 entirely new songs on subjects as diverse as how handy the cardigan is to the menopausal woman, the Turner Prize, how John Prescott has ruined the countryside and what to do when confronting Armageddon. Presented by Edward Snape for Fiery Angel, the show is directed by Christopher Luscombe, with lighting designed by Douglas Kuhrt.