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Curtis Productions

Creating tailored entertainment for the world to see. Cruises, Hotels, Weddings, Festivals, Theme Parks, Casinos, Events & more.

About

Curtis Productions provide their own very own tailor made shows & entertainment for any event.

It is the creative partnership of Adam & Sharlie Curtis. They honed their expertise starting out as individual performers then combining their skills to emerge as production executives with a wide spectrum of performance that was primarily gained through theatre productions

Shows

The Livertones - A journey through Harmony

The Livertones are an accomplished vocal trio
Their versatility as 3 leading men is sensational as they perform songs through the decades, taking the audience on a journey through harmony, They perform songs from iconic harmony groups such as The Temptations, The Drifters & The Four Seasons to more contemporary artists such as Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran and Bruno Mars. The boys have been compared to The Overtones and Britains Got Talent winners Collabro with there theatrical vocal arrangements. They have now introduced more classically written songs such as Bring Him Home and a medley from The Critically acclaimed movie The Greatest Showman which is wowing audiences nightly

The Voxens

Critically acclaimed singers who have performed Worldwide from New York to the Albert Hall and performed back up for major recording artists.
Combine styles, talent and drive to perform epic numbers with unique original diva style arrangements.

Big Men In Town - Jersey Boys Tribute

Exquisite vocals and tight harmonies , bring to life the rise and fall of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons We present a show that tells the chronological story behind the "Jersey Boys" sound

Filled with singalong hits, Big Men In Town is a world class experience available at your chosen venue. Young, dynamic and talented; the cast are a guaranteed hit with audiences of all ages.
Immaculately costumed the boys offer a show that faithfully recreates the sound that has been the soundtrack to our lives for over half a century. Big Men In Town is an exhilarating revue of the best of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, presented as a live all-singing, all-dancing fully-staged show that has impressed audiences throughout the UK and afar.

Glory Days - Tribute to Little mix

A Fantastic Tribute to The Chart Topping Girl Band Little Mix. Featuring Outstanding Lead Vocals, Close Harmonies and Choreographed Dance Routines by 4 extremely Talented Vocalist/Dancers
This High Energy Show consists of all their chart topping Hits such as Shout Out to My Ex, Power, Black Magic and More.

Viva 4 Ever - Spice Girls Tribute

Absolute 90s nostalgia
Viva 4 Ever emulate the latest line up of the current world tour of the Spice Girls
From corresponding costumes and characteristics
Filled with singalong hits, Viva 4 Ever is a world class experience available at your chosen venue. Scary, Baby, Ginger & Sporty are a super talented cast and are a guaranteed hit.
With giant personalities, British accents/dialects and platform shoes, these four girls deliver

Key Facts

In Business Since 2015
Will travel Within 200 miles of base
Member of Association of British Wedding Businesses
Awards Liverpool Lifestyle Awards Wirral Life Awards
Public Liability Insurance Yes
Risk Assessment Yes
Previous CRB/DBS Check Yes
Equipment PAT Certified Yes
Price Guide Upon Request
VAT Registered Yes
Set-up time required At least 1hr before event
Band Size Multiple
Line-up Depending on the show we can perform to playback or with our own live band and can also incorporate our dancers
Male Vocals Yes
Female Vocals Yes
Own PA Yes
Previous Clients Amazon John Lewis Interflora Bourne Leisure Carnival Cruise Lines Waitrose ODEON Culture Saudi Arabia Sunshine Festival NHS Hallmark Hotels Grosvenor Casinos IMB Group KC Lightsteam Stadium Parkdean Resorts Park Holidays UK Away resorts H
We offer World Class Entertainment Tribute Shows Concerts Vocal Review Productions Musical Theatre Review Pantomime Stunt Shows Ice Shows International productions Full Scale Theatre Productions

Area Served

Nationwide
International

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If, like me, you’re mad about musicals, “Everyone’s Talking About Musicals” is the perfect antidote to the humdrum of everyday life, a feel-good elixir that lets you escape reality and become submerged in the wonderful world of musicals – if only for a brief interlude.

Everybody's Talking About Musicals - Review

If, like me, you’re mad about musicals, “Everyone’s Talking About Musicals” is the perfect antidote to the humdrum of everyday life, a feel-good elixir that lets you escape reality and become submerged in the wonderful world of musicals – if only for a brief interlude. Produced by Pearson Productions & Curtis Productions, this show is the second of 16 specifically curated shows that make up this year’s second annual Liverpool Theatre Festival. Designed to kick off the city’s autumnal live entertainment calendar (1st – 12th September 2021), this celebration of the regional arts was first put on in 2020 as a direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Last year’s offering was a 9-day festival of drama, comedy, musical theatre, opera and cabaret designed to give the stagnant performing arts sector a kick start. The festival was such roaring success – attracting over 2,500 live entertainment fans to Liverpool, the UK’s former ‘Capital of Culture’ – that the Liverpool Theatre Festival will now be an annual event. Now in its second year, the Liverpool Theatre Festival has proved bigger and better than ever, with 16 productions and 23 performances across 12 days. “Everyone’s Talking About Musicals” is the second show in the festival set list, and – like all the rest of the festival – is held in the breath taking and stunningly atmospheric St Luke’s Bombed Out Church in the heart of the city. Bona fide West End stars shared the stage with burgeoning, up-and-coming talent from the Liverpool Theatre School to bring the audience a riotous celebration of all things musical theatre – a 75-minute singalong spectacular from all the musical theatre big-hitters. The show was largely carried by a primary cast of 4 singers and 2 dancers, who together have starred in some of the West End’s biggest and best-loved shows. Marcus Collins was arguably the biggest draw of this event – runner up in The X Factor 2011, and with a Top 10 studio album under his belt, Collins is now a regular on the musical theatre circuit, having major roles in both Hairspray and Kinky Boots. His dynamism onstage was magnetic as he regaled the audience with songs from those hit shows, including “Run and Tell That” and “The Land of Lola”. (Extra kudos to Collins for performing the entirety of his Kinky Boots number in high heels as his alter ego Lola – not an easy feat for even the most experienced professional!) Joining Collins as the other male voice in the company was Craig Ryder, whose classic musical theatre training and vast onstage experience was evident from the moment his first note was struck. With theatre credits including Bat Out Of Hell and We Will Rock You (amongst others), Ryder had crowds clapping, swaying and singing along to the titular rock anthems for these shows – and looking like he enjoyed every minute of it! Deliciously contrasting – and superbly complementing – the male contingent were Gillian Hardie and Chloe Taylor, both powerhouses in very different ways. Taylor’s soft yet sweet voice was perfectly matched to songs from Mamma Mia and Dirty Dancing, while Hardie’s strong, sonorous voice was put through its paces in more difficult numbers like Wicked’s notoriously challenging “Defying Gravity”. I think Hardie struggled in places to keep the tempo at the beginning of the song – probably concentrating on gearing up to the treacherous Top F note in the song’s finale which defies the vocal range of even the most seasoned songstress – but she certainly grew in confidence as the concert went on. A true standout for me was the duet between Gillian Hardie and Craig Ryder in their spine-tingling rendition of “Shallow” from A Star Is Born – Ryder gave a perfectly nuanced delivery, but I could not keep my eyes from the haunting performance of Hardie, who made such a notably difficult song her own. Huge praise is reserved for the dance troupe who really brought these performances to life, led by Annie Winstanley and Stephen Conroy. Their interpretation of oft-challenging choreography was electrifying – perhaps one of the most enjoyable moments of the whole piece was their beautifully choreographed dance to “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” from Dirty Dancing, that in parts looked like it defied gravity (no pun intended!). If I had to be critical of the show, I’d say in places the stage was a little bit too cramped to hold a show bursting with as much energy as this one – but that was more than mitigated by the performers’ innovative use of the walkway to connect with the audience sat the back of the church. As far as the set list goes, I would also have liked to have seen some of the singers put through their paces a little more by taking on different songs rather than a repertoire of songs they know like the back of their hand. The company are obviously a talented bunch, so why not challenge them a little more (and give the audience a little something they weren’t expecting)?
Curtis Productions
    • Concert
    • Jersey Boys Tribute
    • Little Mix Tribute
    • Theatre
    • Theatre
    • The Livertones
    • The Voxens
    • Spice Girls Tribute
    • Singing Waiters

    Contact

    Adam Curtis

    67 Bebington Road
    CH42 4PX

    Tel: 0845 054 3900
    Mobile: 07812849397
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    If you love your modern musicals, then this is the show for you.

    If, like me, you’re mad about musicals, “Everyone’s Talking About Musicals” is the perfect antidote to the humdrum of everyday life, a feel-good elixir that lets you escape reality and become submerged in the wonderful world of musicals – if only for a brief interlude.

    From the minute the lights went down and the first couple of notes started, the magic was there. The show burst to life and it continued to impress and wow us right through to the very end. 

North West End UK Rating: ★★★★★