Dressed as the Red Queen from Alice in Wonderland
The Red Queen © William Allen
Sophie Kay Armstrong is here, there and everywhere, creating wonderful happenings in Hereford and beyond. With her co-conspirators in Sin Palace, she organises events for “the wired and the wonderful”, twisting and manipulating different themes to create A Winter Wonderland or A Fiesta De Navidad. Expect the unexpected and don your mask when invited to the Labyrinth Ball.

Oh, and see how she dances! With Strictly Hereford, Sophie is encouraging us all to move. Encompassing salsa to ballroom, jive to tango, Strictly encourages everyone to learn the joy of social dancing.

And for those who yearn for both the adventure offered by the Sin Palace and also love to dance there’s Hereford Burlesque, where you will be guided in the excitement of the tease and beauty of the art of burlesque.

Ever felt like running away and joining the circus? Sophie did and here she is, beckoning us to follow, if only for one night…   

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