“Sensational!" Kerrang Radio
“One of the Best hosts Cabaret has to offer!”
Chaz Royale-London Burlesque Festival
“One of The new Queens of British Burlesque” The Mail on Sunday
Ivy Paige is the ultimate showgirl and cabaret star with a CV that spans Music, Cabaret, Theatre, TV and Film.
Noted for her trademark red hair, sensational singing voice and incredible stage presence Ivy Paige has entertained audiences across the globe.
In 2008 Ivy Paige was the supporting artiste to John Waters (The creator of Hairspray and Pretty Flamingo) on his UK tour, which saw appearances in the West End.
As a cabaret star Ivy Paige is one of the UK’s most in demand Performers. She has hosted and presented nearly every major cabaret and burlesque night in the United Kingdom from The London Burlesque Festival, The Hurly Burly show (2007-10 various dates), La Reve, Boom Boom club, Last Days of Decadence, Volupte, Proud and the UK and European tour of An Evening of Burlesque.
Her own shows have seen her tour nationally and internationally to critical acclaim. Often accompanied by her showgirl troupe “The Paige Girls” her combination of theatre, cabaret and burlesque has seen her create some highly original shows. Including Ivy Paige’s Scandalous!’ a musical Cabaret set in the 18th Century which includes original music co written with Pete Saunders from Dexy’s Midnight Runners.
Ivy began her career studying theatre at Dartington College of Arts, where she was awarded a singing scholarship. She graduated with a First Class BA (Hons) Degree in Theatre and went on to form her own Production Company.
Ivy’s other credits include modelling lingerie for La Magia, working as an independent recording artiste with music available on ITunes and recently Ivy was cast in the BFI supported short film Magwitch, which is a prequel to Charles Dicken’s book, Great Expectations. She has been featured in the National Press including The Mail on Sunday, The Sun, Love it Magazine, and many local and regional publications and radio. Ivy Paige has also been accepted to study a PHD on the role of the showgirl within contemporary performance and she is the founder of the UK Burlesque Museum.