Capturing the grace and elegance of the Victorian, Edwardian and First World War eras, Fiona Harrison is a costume artist like no-other. With a wardrobe second to none, Fiona combines vocal versatility with visual excellence making for a truly wonderful and unforgettable period entertainment experience. Fiona is almost unique in the style and quality of her exquisite Edwardian and World War One themed perfromances.
After the huge success of the popular TV dramas “Downton Abbey”, “Larkrise to Candleford”, “The Paradise” and “Mr Selfridge” Victorian and Edwardian themed events are enjoying something of a renaissance. With so many anniversaries taking place ranging from Titanic to The Great War and earlier Fiona is one of the few entertainers who are able to satisfy the growing demand for this particular period in musical entertainment.
Music Hall numbers within Fiona’s repertoire include:
Any Old Iron, Burlington Bertie from Bow, Daisy Bell, Danny Boy, Don’t Dilly Dally on the Way (My Old Man), Fall in and Follow Me, Goodbyee, Hands, Knees and Boomps a Daisy, Hello! Hello! Who’s Your Lady Friend? Here we are! Here we are! Here we are Again!, Hold Your Hand Out Naughty Boy!, Honeysuckle and the Bee, I Do like to be Beside the Seaside, If I Were the Only Girl in the World, I’m Henery the Eighth, I am!, Keep the Home Fires Burning, Lets All Go Down the Strand, Loves Old Sweet Song (Just a Song at Twilight), Put on Your Tatta Little Girlie, The Man who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo, Ship Ahoy (All the Nice Girls Love a Sailor), Waiting at the Church, Where did You Get That Hat?, Wot Cher (Knocked ‘em in the Old Kent Road) and many more.