Thursday, 31 October 2013

October Variety



What a fantastic variety of costumes we have worked with this month, from the glitz and glamour of Strictly Florence, Old Tyme romance from the 1890’s music hall, through to the poverty of Charles Dicken’s Oliver Twist.

The Sound of Music, ever popular, led us to supply costumes for two very different productions which included 23 nuns and 27 tyrolean outfits, complete with lederhosen and national style cumberbands.

We were delighted to provide some really glamorous and glitzy costumes for Strictly Florence where 12 couples trained with professional dancers to compete in a competition held at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre. Anything and everything sparkly was great for this and the fringed 20’s flapper dresses looked magnificent on stage.

The opening scene in Tommy includes some airmen landing by parachute and we were pleased to supply a set of RAF costumes for a fantastic production of this show in Bedford.

We also had a great time putting together a superb set of costumes for Oliver Twist and thoroughly enjoyed the show in Dunstable.

Leighton Buzzard Town Council held a European day with a French market and the staff dressed up in a variety of costumes from all around Europe. Greece, Germany, England and Spain were all represented with some fun and spectacular outfits.

Now it’s Halloween and we have a great selection of spooky costumes for hire and accessories to purchase on-line www.admiralcostumes.co.uk

A big thank you to all our customers and the wonderful photos you send us.







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