The Casablanca Steps are four individual and talented musicians unequalled in their field, who recreate the authentic musical ambience of the 1920’s & 30’s, when The “Charleston” was all the rage, and the swells were “Putting on the Ritz”
The Casablanca Steps have performed worldwide with outstanding success and have been featured on over 25 TV shows throughout the UK & Europe including the ITV programs The Yeung Ones and the documentary Stars and Their Lives. In 2005 they made an appearance on the famous Late Late TV Show in Dublin, Ireland.
Trombone, Vocals and eyebrows. Following a narrow escape on the Titanic where he was working as a scullery maid, Wootton vowed to give up his former profession (though not the silk stockings) and formed The Casablanca Steps.
Guitar, Vocals and Psychiatric counseling. He’s got rhythm. And music. And my gal too. Who could ask for anything more? Well, just in case you could, he’s also got several small islands in the Pacific.
Baron von Schneider II
Piano & Vocals & Monocle. (Hair by Toni.) Frustrated soprano and former diet Coke addict, the chunky World War I flying ace joined The Casablanca Steps because of his love of dangerous situations. Perhaps his war experiences explain his mad behaviour. And perhaps they don’t.
Pico Boon III
Double Bass and Top Hat. Pico has had a distinguished career as a top War correspondent, celebrity chef and billiard player. Following the recent creation of the N.S.P.C.C., Pico will only briefly be utilising his unique vocal “talents” for you.
The Casablanca Steps offer an outstanding performance that features all their major routines including…
- Juggling The Classics – Juggle and play at the same time???
- The William Tell Overture (Lite)
- Around Gershwin in 60 seconds – Timings are approximate.
- The Exploding Bassplayer
- The extremely clever “song on the spot” routine. You name a subject, they write a song about it!!
- Not forgetting their hilarious dance routine “42nd Street”
“A rib-ticklingly, toe-tapping bunch of thoroughly decent chaps”
– Sir Alan Ayckbourn
Their show has a sophisticated elegance, with outstanding musical and vocal performances. It runs at a furious pace but with enough light and shade to satisfy the most discerning critic. It is elegant, witty, stylish and above all, exceptional entertainment.
- Putting on The Ritz
- The Charleston
- Java Jive
- Lets Face The Music & Dance
- Anything Goes
- Button Up Your Overcoat
- The William Tell Overture
- Blue Moon
- Cheek To Cheek
- Don’t Bring Lulu
- Yes Sir That’s My Baby
- 42nd Street
- Plus many more…
Guaranteed to be the entertainment highlight of any occasion. A breathtaking mixture of music, song, comedy and laughter from the best Corporate Foursome in the business – ensuring a phenomenal success wherever they perform.