Keelan & Charlotte
If you're looking for an act that is different, highly visual and of the most professional quality - look no further than Keelan Leyser and Charlotte Marie - International Quick Change Artists!
Having performed in more than 40 countries and for many different clients they are more than qualified to bring outstanding entertainment to your event, whether it be an after dinner cabaret or in between awards.
Unlike other forms of entertainment, the Quick Change Act appeals to International audiences as it is so visual and there is no language barriers to overcome. It is an act that has been thoroughly honed to perfection through literally hundreds of performances world-wide.
Whether it be a change of brand, logo or product there is no better way to convey the message of change to your audience then using Keelan and Charlotte's Quick Change Act to add impact to your key message within your important event.
Many companies have enjoyed using Keelan and Charlotte to utilise this link of Change. The theme of instant change helps to get the idea into your audience's minds in a entertaining, spectacular and most of all unique way.
Quick Change is the unique art of instant costume transformations from one style and colour of costume to another. The transformation looks very magical as the change happens with little or no cover and Keelan and Charlotte are highly regarded as experts in this field of transformation.
Their Quick Change Act is very fast paced, interspersed with amazing skillful, magic, illusion and dance.
The music has been carefully selected and cleverly edited to appeal to all ages.
The climax of the act never fails to bring the audience to their feet as a shower of silver confetti pours over Charlotte as her dress visually changes from a black and orange dress to a silver ball gown.
This Quick Change act has literally taken Keelan and Charlotte across the globe, performing for Kings and Princes, Heads of State, major blue chip companies and has earned them many industry accolades and awards.
Although reaching the live TV stage of Britain's Got Talent in 2009, the duo were unable to make the live TV event as they had a booking for a tour of India and the dates clashed!