Unlike most classically trained sopranos, Fiona Harrison is much in demand as a cabaret performer. She specialises in music from the 1880s to the 1970s and has 23 amazing shows ranging in style from Opera, Big Band and Swing, Sing-Along to Rock and Roll.

Fiona prides herself on delivering top quality entertainment which is varied and affordable. She commissions the highest grade musicians to compile her digitally recorded backing tracks, which are superbly arranged and which enables her to work any where in the world!

Combined with Fiona’s fantastic singing voice and impeccable presentation, it is now possible to book someone with the know-how to bring the distinction of Covent Garden and the Hollywood Musicals to your event.

This is only partly due to her outstanding voice and presentation. In the more intimate cabaret environment Fiona’s appeal is equally due to her sparkling personality, her amazing ability to engage with the audience and her mischievous sense of fun!

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  1. “The 20th Century Show” = A magnificent concert adapted from Fiona’s popular touring stage musical “From Cobbles to Rock”. Fiona sings a hundred years of music from 1900 to 2000. From Opera to Rock and Roll this show has it all and concludes with the wonderful aria “Nessun Dorma”.
  2. “Fiona Harrison in Cabaret” = Includes a mixture of music from the great shows, Big Band and Swing, Film tunes to Grand Opera.
  3. “Magic of the Musicals” = A show dedicated to the hit songs of the West End, Broadway and Hollywood musicals. These include songs from “The Sound of Music”, “Chicago”, “Chess” and much more.
  4. “Hooray for Hollywood” = Songs from the Movies to include the theme song from “Titanic”, “Casablanca” to Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “South Pacific”.
  5. “The Great American Song Book” = A tribute to popular American music of the 1930s, 40s & 50s. This show features songs by Rodgers & Hammerstein, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin and more.
  6. “The Good Old Days” = A Music Hall show performed in full Victorian / Edwardian costume. This show is most suited to Victorian Heritage events and if required can consist of 1 x 60 minutes, 2 x 45 minutes or 3 x 45 minute shows daily with non repetitive songs.
  7. “Pack Up Your Troubles” = To tie in with the centenary Fiona has launched a WW1 show incorporating many of the popular tunes from the Great War. This includes “It’s A Long way to Tipperary”, “Fall in and Follow Me”, “Goodbye Dolly Grey” and the show stopping recruitment song “I’ll Make a Man of You” all performed in period costume.
  8. “The Best of British” = A patriotic sing- along Pearly Queen show. Join Fiona as she takes her audience for a walk down Lambeth Way with tunes from “Me and My Girl” to Mary Poppins”. Other sing-along gems include “Knees up Mother Brown” to Billy Cotton’s “Yes we Have No Bananas”. This show can be booked as a further compliment to “The Good Old Days” and has become a popular choice for St George’s Day (23rd April) and summer events.
  9. “Happy and Glorious” = Introduced in 2016 to commemorate the Queens 90th Birthday, this show takes its inspiration from “The Last Night of the Proms”. Packed full of patriotic tunes from Rule Britannia, Jerusalem, I Vow to Thee my Country this show also includes a nautical medley a Cockney sing – along and concludes with Land of Hope and Glory and God Save the Queen. Happy and Glorious is guaranteed to get flags waving and audiences singing.
  10. “Putting on the Ritz” = A show dedicated to the music of the Art Deco days of the 1920’s & 30’s. Performed in costume of the period Fiona will take you back in time from Fred Astaire and Ginger Rodger’s “Cheek to Cheek” to classic Charleston tunes including “Bye Bye Black Bird” to “Baby Face”.
  11. “We’ll Meet Again” = By far the most popular sing-along show, performed in full authentic A.T.S., W.R.N.S. or W.A.A.F uniform, with appropriate music to suit. Be amazed by Fiona’s close harmony work as she sings in triplicate and re–creates the music of the Andrew Sisters, Vera Lynn and Glenn Miller. All three shows feature many of the favourite tunes of the 1940s and conclude with a patriotic finale.
  12. “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree” = An alternative 1940’s show, performed in 1940’s civilian glamour, Rita Hayworth style. Features Big Band and Swing tunes made famous by the Andrews Sisters, Judy Garland, Glenn Miller and more.
  13. “USA Stars and Stripes Show” = An all-American show inspired by the music of Broadway and Hollywood of the 1930s and 1940s. Packed full of foot-tapping tunes from Jimmy Cagney’s “Yankee Doodle Dandy” to Glenn Miller’s “Chattanooga Choo Choo”. This show is ideal for the 4th July and is performed in glamorous USA style Red, White and Blue costume!
  14. “Chantilly Lace” = Popular tunes from the 1940s and 50s as Fiona cleverly mixes Hollywood glamour with Rock and Roll classics. From the Big Bopper to Doris Day and from Glenn Miller’s In the Mood to Chuck Berry’s Johnny be Goode this show has something for every-one.
  15. “The Swinging 1950’s & 60’s” = Covering artists such as Elvis, The Shirelles, Dusty Springfield, Little Richard, Chuck Berry and more, this show will have you rocking in the isles. It is also possible to perform this show in 2 x 45 minute sets with the first half including sing-along favourite from stars such as Doris Day and the Rat Pack to a concluding Rock and Roll Dance set.
  16. “Thank You For the Music” = A feel-good masterpiece of popular music from the 1950s, 60s and 70s. This show has it all, from the foot-tapping Jersey Boys number “Oh What A Night”, to Abba classics from the musical “Mamma Mia” to “Diana Ross and The Supremes”.
  17. “A Valentine Serenade” = A Valentine’s show, featuring romantic songs and ballads from “An Affair to Remember”, Dean Martin’s “Sway” to Katie Melua’s “The Closest thing to Crazy”.
  18. “In My Easter Bonnet” = A specially devised Easter/Springtime show for the 60+ which includes sing along favourites such as “April Showers”, “Easter Parade”, “Strolling” and more.
  19. “A Song for Summer” = Ideal for a Summer Garden Party, this show includes many summery tunes from the 50s and 60s, plus popular bandstand favourites from the seaside.
  20. “Fly me to the Moon” = A Halloween inspired Big Band and Swing show where Fiona performs classic Rat Pack songs such as “Witchcraft”, “Come Fly with Me”, “That Old Black Magic”, “Blue Moon” and many more.
  21. “White Christmas”/“Rocking Around the Christmas Tree” = A memorable seasonal show which includes all the favourite Christmas songs from “Winter Wonderland” to “Let it Snow” and “Sleigh Ride”. The show also includes an optional carol selection inviting audience participation. If required it can also conclude with party songs from the 50s and 60s to sing-along and dance to!
  22. “Happy New Year” = Similar to “Rocking around the Christmas Tree” show in it’s structure, but including many more dance tunes and finishing with “Auld Lang Syne”
  23. Or A Show Designed for your Organisation = Your Choice.

Fiona is also able to accept bookings to sing at Weddings. This can be during the signing of the register, or as background music during the reception. Both conventional and historically themed weddings are catered for.

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