Impressive acrobatics and a whole lot of moustache
£1,750 – £2,000
Three very dashing young men from London with more masculinity than they can keep to themselves.
Firm believers that there is nothing in life that cannot be improved by the application of a good moustache, these three intrepid fellows set out to entertain, dazzle and amaze. Using a combination of spiffing acrobatic balances, tumbles and cheeky dialog they never fail to bring events to life.
The London Strongmen can appear in a variety of guises:
The Strongmen offer walkabout entertainment or a captivating stage show combined. The two can of course be combined during the same evening.
The London Strongmen are self-contained, discounting their muscles of course.
“You were by far the best act of the British Chamber of Commerce Annual Ball in Hong Kong. You guys were absolutely hilarious and so incredibly talented. I absolutely loved your performance!! As did many ladies that evening, I'm sure.”
“Thank you for all your help this weekend for the King’s Cross carnival, you were by far our most popular act and the crowd loved you! Your performance, humour and charisma really lifted and made the event, it was very, very much appreciated."”
“On behalf of all those who attended our Reunion Dinner on the 18 September 2010 in this 150th anniversary of the Army Physical Training Corps I am writing to express our appreciation for your contribution which ensured it was a memorable occasion to celebrate this milestone in our history. I have received numerous complimentary letters commenting on your performance which was integral in making the evening a great success. Your show was breathtaking and as the majority of the audience have a gymnastic background the gasps of admiration from the very knowledgeable audience is indeed a compliment of the highest order. Thanks again for your contribution and making the evening very special.”
“She wanted me particularly to thank you guys who were the stars of the show and the best thing in the whole event.”
“They make the daring young man of yesteryear look like a quivering coward.”