The Encore group of artists have performed for Large Corporate Organisations, Top Celebrities and members of The Royal Family over the last few years and they perform Worldwide and the group includes international soloists and West End leading artists and so the vocal perfromance is always of the highest standard.
A typical format for the 1920s Encore act is that the evening starts with singing all the popular torch songs, "The Great Gatsby" style, made famous by the likes of Ruth Etting, Bessie Smith, Al Jolson and Eddie Cantor, during drinks reception. As an option when guests enter the dining room, they are shown a cake where the final singer comes bursting out of a large cake singing to the guest of honour or CEO.
For after dinner cabaret, the performers will be dressed appropriately in 1920's style, with suitable props to build the theme. A cabaret of songs - they cantailor-make the list or you can leavelet the artists program their own set - there is a vast selection available. The performance concludes with an optional finale of the audience being taught to dance the Charleston and to join in with the performers on the dance floor.