Lady Georgianna, 18th century music

Lady Georgianna, an 18th century girl band… The 18th century….a time of rakes and nymphs, when everyone listened to Handel, Mozart and various other men in wigs… and songs about drinking, witty satires on society’s great and good, and singalong ditties about milking cows. We are a trio that plays the long-forgotten songs of the 18th century pleasure gardens. Listen to the music on the media page, read about our costumes in the FAQ, even contact us for booking!

As well as the songs of the 18th century pleasure garden, Lady Georgianna also perform popular Regency and Victorian themed programmes. Christmas time especially sees us don bonnets and bustles for costumed Christmas carolling.

A charming and very worthwhile initiative. The musical accompaniment was [done]perfectly and the sheer joy of the players themselves warmed a highly appreciative audience. More please.”  – Play on Signs Theatre for the Deaf/ Hearing

They’re the opposite of the early music stereotype, recreating a racy world of pleasure gardens and libertines; rogues, wenches, tars and harlots. And their music’s every bit as disreputable.”- Richard Bratby, Birmingham Metro

Lady Georgianna’s  2011 UK tour “Love in the Pleasure Gardens”  was generously supported by Arts Council England, as well as Worcestershire County Council and a range of local authorities, trusts, promoting groups, and great people.

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