Hailing from Australia, this unique husband and wife vocal duo have a host of credits to their names, including West End musicals, film, grand opera, concerts, cabaret and corporate events.
During the week, you may find Jack performing his Comedy Magic set, or Imogen presenting a smooth blend of classical chillout, but on the weekends those who catch their duo shows can expect a whirlwind performance as they join the dots between romance, comedy, clowning and stunning singing.
Available for events public or private.
Culture and Theatre
Since the 1660s Covent Garden has never missed a chance to put on a performance
The first record of Covent Garden street entertainment came in 1662, when Samuel Pepys’ diary notes that a marionette show featuring a character named Punch took place on the Piazza. Today, the custom continues.
For centuries, culture vultures have swooped on Covent Garden. They obviously relished the area’s eclectic, ever-changing mix or opera, ballet , musical theatre and drama, from highbrow and mainstream to fringe and beyond, all tastes are catered for and all emotion are stirred. No other urban quarter in the world has two great opera house and more than twenty thriving theatres