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Queen Victoria

After being told by many people that she looked like Queen Victoria and as she is the same height as the late Queen (at the same age), Eve researched and developed the characterisation. She used historic costume experts to design and make her costume, which is based on photographs of Queen Victoria in the 1870/80s. Now she transforms into an uncanny representation of her.

She is a Queen Victoria impersonator who, with her Private Secretary, Sir Henry Ponsonby (Steve is a good lookalike, too) is able to provide presentations for all settings. Whatever your event you can have a royal presence either giving audiences with the public, meeting and greeting or walking about.

If your setting has a tea room why not book Queen Victoria to give an audience to a selected party who will be given instruction on addressing the Queen and the order of precedence before enjoying taking tea with Her Majesty.

 

  • Queen Victoria - Have an audience with the Queen or just a walkabout character. Steve is usually able to accompany Her Majesty in his role of Sir Henry Ponsonby, her private secretary.

  • Queen Victoria for schools - Treat your school to an audience with Queen Victoria. Cover British Values by teaching your students the National Anthem prior to her visit and entertain her with the poems your children can recite before asking her questions about her life. Mix a session with the Queen with a Victorian artefact study.

  • Becoming a Queen Victoria Impersonator -  Find out the details of how she ‘became Queen Victoria’. This is a talk aimed at interest groups and shows the way Eve researched the role and how she collected the costume.
  • Afternoon Tea with Queen Victoria - How about taking afternoon tea with Queen Victoria at your venue? Let your guests be versed in the protocol of taking tea and being presented to Queen Victoria before trying to eat their food before she finishes hers!!! You will need to provide the afternoon tea.



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