Malarkey

A Classically-influenced Vocal Ensemble, "Malarkey" is a group of classically trained young singers who specialise in blending beautiful voices and unique arrangements. Entertaining, sophisticated and funny, the result is a classical cabaret fusion that will add a memorable, uplifting and high quality element to any event or occasion.

Fast becoming known for their strikingly original classical interpretations of famous songs from a broad range of genres (from Gershwin to Gloria Gaynor and The Beatles to Bruno Mars), Malarkey have performed at both public and private events all over the UK to critical acclaim. Performance Highlights include Classic FM, BBC London, Covent Garden, Goodwood House, BBC Wales, Leeds Castle and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. 

Malarkey offers several different shows and can also create a bespoke programme to suit specific themes and client requirements. 


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What's included?

A Classically-influenced Vocal Ensemble

  • 4 x vocalists and 1x pianist/keyboardist 
  • High Quality PA system and sound engineer (upon request/requirement)
  • Performance durations: 1 x 45 minutes, 1 x 60 minutes
  • Audiences of under 80, acoustic performance preferable

  • Perfect for captive audience performances / performance slots at weddings and drink receptions / corporate sit down events / In between courses at evening dinners etc 
  • Public liability insurance

Optional Extras    

Bespoke arrangements of songs to suit client and/or event theme

Additional big band to accompany singers (3-12 players, upon request) 


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Malarkey are an exceptionally talented group that have performed for us at two of our events. Our guests thoroughly enjoyed their original and amusing performances and we will certainly be booking them again for future events. Cannot recommend them too highly!

Clare Scherer, Royal Navy and Royal Marines children's fund

An eclectic mash-up of operatic fusions, comedy, pop and R&B whilst still maintaining a vibe of being transported to a 1940’s musical

Mumble Theatre
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