FASTEN your seatbelts and prepare for take-off with Britain’s best comedy cabaret trio Fascinating Aida.
The ladies have embarked on their spring tour – Cheap Flights – and will be touching down at St George’s Hall, Bradford on Wednesday March 7.
Captain Dillie Keane, navigator Adele Anderson and flight attendant Sarah-Louise Young have had over eight million YouTube hits on their infamous anthem to budget travel Cheap Flights and have been tweeted by The Economist as a method of cheering-up the nation.
The show was premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2011, sold out a 40 date UK tour and a five week London season.
It includes several numbers hot off the press, plus a few old favourites, including Cheap Flights and The Dogging Song – a fond homage to the joys of al fresco sex described last year by The Times as “the dirtiest and funniest song of the century so far”.
Tickets for the show are £17.50-£19.50. Call the box office on 01274 432000 or visit bradford-theatres.co.uk (booking fees apply).