Creative Entertainment, Children's Entertainment
Louise Clarke is the mistress of characterization, developing Cellulite Patricia from the ‘Thighs of Steel’, belly-dancing Olivia from ‘Evel Knievel’s fan club’ & the awarding winning heavy metal music enthusiast & Hungarian dancer who was looking for love in ‘P.S I Love You’.
Louise has been performing & devising productions for the European festival circuit for the last seven years and embarked on her solo career last year with her latest delectably, delightful character - The rock n’ roll princess, Miss Pandora Pink.
Introducing Miss Pandora Pink, dressed to dazzle even the most talented of seamstresses the Rock n’ Roll princess of the bubblegum opens up her big box of earthly delights and whips out her boxes, all 20 of them! Inspired by box masters, Bella & Kris Kremo, and comic genius W.C Fields, she has developed her own unique style of the box manipulation. She does a sassy 10 box stack & balance, a nifty hat routine and swings, jives and rocks you through 45 minutes of entertainment which climaxes with the tittering tower of titillation and the rocking rola-bola! Pandora can cater for your every need, stage, cabaret or corporate...5 to 45 minutes of Pandora’s time available for your entertainment pleasure.
Louise began her professional career when leaving College and forming the theatre/dance company No Sudden Movement [NoSM]. Their first offer ‘P.S I love you’ was awarded the Dutch choreography Prize, 1998. The company went on to make two further productions, both toured around the festival circuit in The Netherlands.
In 2000 Louise joined large-scale location theatre company, Warner & Consorten to perform two productions directed by the ex-founder of Dogtroep, Warner Wely. She was then invited to join Mevrouw Bakker, a Dutch Street Theatre company based in Amsterdam. Louise performed, directed and devised three consecutive performances, ‘Thighs of Steel’, 2001, ‘Re-incarnation of Evel Knievel’, 2002 and ‘The Quest for the Ultimate Man’, 2003. Each production toured extensively around the festival circuit of Europe. In summer, 2004 Louise embarked on a solo career with the show ‘Pandora’s Boxes’. Louise is now in rehearsal period developing "The Pammy & Spin Duo show" that will premier at The Adelaide Fringe Festival, 2006 where she will also be the performance coordinator for The Adelaide International Buskers Festival.
As well as performing, devising and directing Louise managed the 2004 tour for ‘Buzz’, an Australian Street theatre group and is currently managing Mr. Spin, a professional performer. Louise has performed at various venues including, Frascati [Nes] and De Melkweg in Amsterdam, Overijseel op Straat and Oerol in The Netherlands. Glastonbury Music Festival, Winchester Hat Fair, Bath Fringe Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival and The Tiny Top in U.K. Pflasterspektakel (Linz), Olala (Lienz), in Austria. Chalon-sur-Saoen and Avignon Street festival in France. Fira de teatre, Tarrega & Valladolid, in Spain. The Taste of Tasmania, The National Circus Festival, & The Melbourne Comedy festival, Australia. Sziget Music Festival, Hungary.