In 1983 there was no-one else like them and, 40 years on, there still isn’t.
Celebrating 40 years on the road in 2023, Dillie Keane, Adèle Anderson and Liza Pulman, Britain’s raciest and sassiest cabaret trio, bring their brand-new show to the LONDON PALLADIUM for three nights only in February 2024.
Fascinating Aïda have racked up millions of internet followers, performed in the world’s most prestigious venues and been showered with awards and plaudits since they sashayed onto the scene back in 1983.
Uniquely charming, with diamond-sharp satire, filthy, hilarious, belligerent, political, poignant, and outrageous, this indomitable trio are still the mistresses of their craft. Nominated for a 2023 CHORTLE Award; their last 50-date tour began at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in 2019 and went on to sell out all over the UK, despite an 18-month pandemic hiatus.
Marking this astonishing 40-year milestone, this new show will feature much-loved favourites and some wicked new songs. If you’ve been delighted by Dogging, sung Cheap Flights to the Ryanair cabin crew or sobbed into your hanky with Look Mummy, No Hands, don’t miss the chance to celebrate with these unstoppable performers in their glorious prime!
Access description: From entrance foyer to Stalls: Up 3 steps, down 12 steps. Down ramped corridor to auditorium. To Royal Circle: Up 26 steps to auditorium, then down steps towards front row (potentially 20 steps). To Upper Circle: 47 steps to bar, further steps depending on seat location.
Sound Amplification: Infra-red system with 30 headsets. Induction loop at box office.
Guide Dogs: Guide dogs allowed into the auditorium in aisle seats and boxes only. Staff available to dog-sit.
Disabled Access: Press intercom on box office door for ramped. Alternative entrance off Ramillies Place, at the back of the theatre – please notify the Palladium host in advance. No steps to back of Stalls, although the auditorium is on a fairly steep rake. 4 spaces for wheelchair users at L46, O48, Q48 and S49. Companions can sit in same row. Transfer seating available to aisle seats. Chairlift from Box Office to Stalls available.
Toilets: 15 steps up from the foyer to the women’s and men’s, or 12 steps down from the main entrance to Stalls toilets.
Disabled Toilets: Adapted WC on the right inside Ramillies Place entrance, near rear of Stalls.
Limited Mobility: Access guides, large print programmes, braille cast lists, talking programmes and touch tours. Please speak to customer services.