Preview: La Voix, MAST Mayflower Studios, Southampton

Preview: La Voix, MAST Mayflower Studios, Southampton

Move over hanging gardens of Babylon, Egypt’s pyramids step aside, because there’s a new wonder of the world in town – La Voix!

Officially the UK’s Funniest Red Head, La Voix is heading to the MAST Mayflower Studios on Saturday 22 October, with her live band, in a brand new show – The Eighth Wonder!

“The show is an experience,” explains La Voix. “There’s no other show like this in the world.

“Apparently, I’m the UK’s funniest red head – a title I stole from Rick Astley, I thought he was never going to give it up!

“The show is a feast for the senses, from the moment you arrive we (myself, my band and whole team) aim to bring you the best night out. Live band, huge diva anthems and of course we will have a laugh.

“I’m also known for my impersonations, so we have a few of them too Cher, Shirley Bassey, Liza and some surprise new ones this year too.

“Whatever you expect the show to be, I promise it won’t be anything like you are imagining.”

“The show really is for everyone,” continues La Voix. “And I have all sorts coming to see me. We suggest age 14+ ( some theatres say 16+ so just check with them on their policy!), and my oldest fan is 98 years old – who comes to see the show every year!

“I have a lot of musical theatre fans and a great LGBTQ following, along with lots of people who enjoy live gigs and comedy – it’s really varied.

“There’s a lot of shows out there but there is no show like a La Voix show.

“Live music, comedy, impressions, the gowns… there’s nothing like it. After the last couple of years a good night out is just the tonic we all need, and I promise you’ll get just that.

“We really do create something magical, I have so many fans and friends now across the country who come to the show every year, as once you’ve been once, I promise you’ll want to come back again – it’s the most fun you’ll have at the theatre!”

Tickets for La Voix (22 October) are on sale at or 02380 711811.

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