One of the UK's best loved wartime tribute artistes...

Miss Marina Mae performs an authentic, glamorous and spectacular show...

Marina is classically trained and can effortlessly glide from big band swing to Gracie Fields comedy to operatic pieces to songs from the shows.

 

Wearing only authentic stage costumes to suit both daytime and evening events, her repertoire includes over 2 hours of songs from the wartime era, as well as many more hits from following decades to accommodate all music tastes! Set lists can be tailored to your requirements.

 

Marina is a true professional; using her own technical engineer so she can concentrate on mesmerising the audience with her charm and vocal talent.

 

It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing!

Marina loves to dance and so do her audiences! She sings hits such as the quirky 'Bounce Me Brother', 'That Old Black Magic' and 'Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy' to keep the dancefloor full of jivers!

 

Songs from the Shows

Being a trained actress, Marina has a great love for musical theatre. She incorporates her acting skills when she performs songs such as 'If I Loved You' from the musical 'Carousel', 'The Trolley Song' and 'Meet Me In St Louis' from the show of the same name, originally sang by Miss Judy Garland.  

 

Ladies of the Chorus

Songstresses during wartime did a lot to boost morale. Vera Lynn raised spirits with her BBC radio show 'Sincerely Yours' and Gracie Fields raised smiles with her films and monologues.

Marina pays tribute to these women and many others with her 'Ladies of the Chorus' show.

Performing tributes as Ethel Merman, Marilyn Monroe and Ella Fitzgerald.

 

Fancy a sing-a-long?

This is the part where audience participation is encouraged! We all know the words (or we should!) so let's raise the roof! Including popular tunes such as 'Bless 'Em All', 'We're Gonna Hang Out The Washing' and 'Kiss Me Goodnight Sgt. Major'

 

Last Night of the Proms Finale

The show is drawing to a close and the audience are shouting for more! There's only one way to end a wartime show and that's in patriotic style with a 'Last Night of the Proms' style finale!

Classically-trained Marina takes you through songs such as 'White Cliffs of Dover', 'We'll Meet Again' and finishes with a rousing performance of 'Land of Hope and Glory'. With union flags on request, it's sure to be a flag-waving, roof-raising finale to a memorable performance!

 

Songs like no other! Marina's specialties...

Marina strives to make her show as memorable as possible! With so many great songs from the wartime era, she researches endlessly to find obscure and quirky songs to add to her setlists!

With songs you aren't likely to hear anywhere else such as 'I Can Dream Can't I?', 'Music Maestro Please' and 'He Wears a Pair of Silver Wings' to name a few

 

Our Gracie

Marina is the ultimate in Gracie Fields tribute! Many have tried, but nobody does it better!

Close your eyes and she is in the room singing 'In My Little Bottom Drawer', 'Sing As We Go' and 'The Thing-ummy-bob Song'.

With Marina's unmatchable comic timing and vocal expression these songs always raise a smile!

 

I Yi Yi

Whilst scouring vintage stalls, Marina came across THE most amazing Carmen Miranda costume! It was fate!

Making her debut in 2009, Marina Miranda was let loose; complete with maracas, coconuts and the famous fruit hat- with a surprise ending to send the audience into a frenzy!

This act has become a favourite for evening dances that need spicing up with some latin flavour!

Available on request when booking Marina as evening entertainment

Vintage Vocalist authentic vocalist