Our red-headed English rose dressed in white lace arrives for an English tea party with a twist. If you remember your manners and keep your elbows off the table you might just cop an eyeful of Ginger’s cups and saucers.
A satire of a fellow red-headed sister, Ginger dances, raps and strips her way through a medley of musical hits- all the while peeling off an ingenious Elizabethan costume. Indeed, it needs to be seen to be believed.
After a hard day on site, Ginger enlists the help of some toys from her tool belt to peel off her workman’s wear. This is one builder’s bum crack that is worthy of wolf-whistles.
Desperately seeking a lost Hardy, Ginger’s Laurel delivers a silent movie performance that would make MGM proud. Without her Hardy sidekick, mayhem ensues as Ginger strips her way to an unpredictable slapstick finish.
Providing a different approach to the alphabet, Ginger discovers that her wonderful assets don't include the ability to spell. (Warning, this act may be considered mildly rude!)
Look closely at the fashionable fifties housewife and you may find all is not what it seems..... Ginger explores the retro role injecting silliness and slapstick into a time of style and sophistication.
After accidently dropping the dressing gown-clad boy mid-flight Ginger’s stressed out Snowman gets worryingly warm and wet – melting before the audience’s eyes. A feel-good Christmas favourite.