The Three Belles

Live Music And DJ,1920s & Vintage Music,Themed Entertainment,1940s / Wartime,Tribute, Lookalikes & Impersonators,Andrew Sisters
The Three Belles
Reasons to book this ACT
  • Premier 1940s Andrews Sisters style vocal trio

  • Whisk you back in time for a night of nostalgia & fantastic entertainment

  • Performed at the Victorious Vintage Festival to 14,000 people

  • As seen on TV’s BBC South Today & The X Factor Talk Talk Ad

  • Based in London & available to perform at events worldwide

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The Three Belles are a 1940s vocal trio inspired by The Andrews Sisters.

The Three Belles formed in their third year at the University of Portsmouth. They all found that they had a mutual love and almost obsession with The Andrews Sisters and their impressive harmonies, vocal style and characterful performances.

They have performed at IOW Fest, The Leicester Square Theatre and Victorious Vintage Festival in front of audiences up to 14,000 people. They have produced and promoted their own sell out tours including such venues as The Portsmouth Guildhall and The New Theatre Royal.

This past year saw the girls performing live on BBC South Today, The X Factor Talk Talk Ad, and they reached number 5 in the itunes UK Jazz chart with their Christmas single.

Having performed so far in venues from Sunderland to Cornwall, there is no limit on how far the girls will travel!

Last year the girls produced their interactive 1940s experience night, IN THE MOOD at the Portsmouth Guildhall and the St Ives Guildhall, Cornwall, where it SOLD OUT! They also took their theatre show, SING SING SING to The Stag in Sevenoaks and The New Theatre Royal where it SOLD OUT!

Hall For Cornwall.
The Portsmouth Guildhall.
Leicester Square Lounge Theatre.
The Stables, Milton Keynes.
The New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth.
St Ives Guildhall.
The Elgiva, Chesham.
The Berry Theatre, Southampton.
Station Theatre- Hayling Island.

1940s/Dance Events
Twinwood festival.
War and Peace with The Jive Aces.
Explosion! Museum of Naval Firepower.
Wimpole At War, Wimpole Estate – Cambridgeshire.
The Royal Marines Museum.
Guildhall Square Tea Dance, Portsmouth.
Isle of Wight Steam Railway 1940s weekend.
The Swing Dance Company, Fareham.
Lindy Hop at The Hub, Verwood.
Kew Bridge Steam Museum.

Private/Military Events
Performance for the Red Arrows party at RAF Scampton.
RAF Halton/ Waddington/ Shawbury
HMS Sultan, Gosport.
RNAS Culdrose, Cornwall.
Royal Albert and Royal Navy Yacht Club.
Royal Naval College, London.
National Glass Museum, Sunderland.
Spitbank Fort, Portsmouth.
The Square Tower, Old Portsmouth.
Royal Masonic Hall, Camborne.
The Lord Mayor’s Suite At The Guildhall, Portsmouth.

Vintage Fairs
Vintage at The Bickley, Chislehurst.
Ana Moore’s Vintage Store, Royal Masonic School, Rickmansworth.
Vintage Pop-up Fair, The Assembly Hall, Islington and St Stevens in Hampstead, London.
Monica’s Vintage Fair, Gravesend.
Crikey Its Vintage, Exeter.
Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair, Maidstone, Kent.
Vintage Boutique Market, Portsmouth.
Miss Vintage Wedding Fair, Surbiton.
Mary’s Living And Giving Shop, Primrose Hill in aid of Save The Children.

Public Events
IOW Festival
Gunwharf Quays Fireworks Display, Portsmouth. (Audience of 14,000 people)
Victorious Vintage. (Audience of 8,000 people).
Best of British Air Show.
Brentwood Festival.
The Concorde Club, Southampton.
‘Proud in Portsmouth’- Hampshire Terrace, Portsmouth.
Madame Jojos, Soho, London.
Portsmouth Jazz Club.

Schools and Organisations
Passmores School – (Workshop day).
Mary Rose School- (Workshop Day).
Homesea House Residential Home, Southsea.
Sheltered Housing- Gosport/Portsmouth.

Heart Breakfast Vocal Trio (Watford/Hemel and Cambridge)
BBC Radio Solent/ Kent/ Cornwall/ 3 Counties
Angel Radio
Hednas on the wireless
Express FM