Here is a peak at Agent Lynch’s most popular acts, for videos please click here. To book any of these acts or to make any enquiries about these and other acts available please click here. Agent Lynch can also create a bespoke act for your event on request.
A twisted tribute to Julie Andrews and The Sound of Music. Agent Lynch cowbelling champion of Europe play Edelweiss followed by authentic Austrian dancing and an now-infamous milky finale.
New York, New York
With a costume from conceptual fashion designer Rachel Freire this is one show stopper. Jam packed full of pyrotecnics, LEDs, and comical reveals, this is a modern and surreal twist on Frank Sinatra’s classic theme New York, New York.
Ever wondered what the lyrics of Copacabana would look like acted out? Catch Agent Lynch with her original 1960s Vegas costume paying tribute to the King of Vegas himself Barry Manilow. Music and fashion are most definitely the passion here.
When Doves Cry
An homage to the Purple One this show features a beautiful costume by Petra Storrs, a outrageous miniature Key-tar and a magic dove finale.
A tongue in cheek performance using Agent Lynch’s resemblance to the most well behaved Princess in waiting with aplomb. It’s a smoking, balloon popping, tea pouring extravaganza. God Save Princess Kate. A video of the performance at the Guts for Garters boutique launch can be seen here
A fully space-suited Agent Lynch moonwalks slowly across the stage, dressed as our favourite space heroine ‘Barbarella’, as she triumphantly plants the British flag on the moon to ’2001: Space Odyssey’ theme music. Our space vixen then reveals a sparking silver costume underneath ….prepare to be taken to intergalactic heights with flashes of sparking moon dust, lazer guns and silver space boots galore!
Technical Note: an electro version of this act is available to the cult track ‘Mars’ by Fake Blood and the flag can be changed on request.
Agent Lynch Je T’aime Super 8 Film l
First performed in Paris, May 2009, this is Agent Lynch’s newest and most daring show to date. A homage to the legendary 60s artist Yves Klein and the Antonioni film ‘Blow Up’ this is a visually stunning and imaginative show. The show commences with a ‘Blow Up’ style film shoot with a Super 8 cameraman. Then Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin’s legendary song ‘Je T’aime’ starts as Agent Lynch sensuously pours Yves Klein blue paint over her body, and finally prints herself on a 9ft Satin Tricolore flag, becoming ‘the blue’. The rapturous end is accompanied with a huge silver and white ticker tape shower which can be fired up to 10m in the air.
This performance was also featured in the Honda documentary ‘Live Every Litre’, and was filmed live on the streets of Paris you can see the film
here here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_5ZvEdYaGQ
Technical Note: Agent Lynch uses fully protective backing and floor protector to ensure the staging and walls are protected, and uses fully washable paint. An Italian/La Dolce Vita version of this show is also available.
This show debuted at the London Burlesque Festival Press Gala 2009. Set to Donna Summer’s legendary disco track ‘I Feel Love’ this sweeping, show is an homage to the classic 60s film ‘La Decima Vittima’. The finale of which is Agent Lynch’s mirror ball robotic bra. Her most explosive show yet!
I’m an Indian Too
A disco twist on the classic balloon pop, with tomahawk. To the Studio 54 favourites ‘I’m an Indian Too by Don Armondo and ‘Bustin Out’. A disco treat!
Tied to a 9ft tall replica train track Agent Lynch struggles to free herself and in doing so parts of her bespoke leather catsuit rip off.
On freeing herself the ‘Avengers’ TV starts and Agent L conjures a blooming rose from a flame in a homage to the original opening credits. While performing bowler hat tricks Agent Lynch conjures a silver walking cane from thin air! After a little twirling and teasing the real fun begins as she stripteases to The Kinks classic ‘All Day And All Of The Night‘ revealing what lies beneath her Emma Peel catsuit. All hail the Union Jack!
Technical Note: This act can also be performed to the James Bond theme.
Christmas Special/Happy Birthday Mr Bond.
Disguised in a huge white and pistachio green glittery present Agent Lynch slowly, and tantalisingly unwraps herself to Eartha Kitt’s ‘Santa Baby’, blowing snow at the audience and handing out presents. Agent Lynch then pops out revealing a white furry Russian Bond girl outfit. Then danger strikes but not to fear Agent Lynch discovers her target in the audience and fires her famous pistol! Bang! Bang! This is followed by a beautiful striptease as she sends 20 pearls necklaces swirling around her body to John Barry’s ‘From Russia With Love’ as a huge snow shower rains down from up to ten meters above.
Technical Note: This act is also available as a ‘Birthday version’ with Marilyn Monroe’s ‘Happy Birthday Mr President’
Agent Lynch’s reverse striptease begins with her as a dowdily dressed Miss Moneypenny typing at her desk. A buzzer souns with ‘M’ informing her James Bond is coming to the office in 5 minutes. Panicked Moneypenny strips out of her office wear into something more appropriate for a secret agent, realing her hidden OO’s along the way.
The Black Queens Beads
This show commences with a flowing red ostrich feather fan dance to Bob Crewe and Charles Fox ‘All The Love In You’. Then the swinging 60s ‘Black Queens Beads’ starts and Agent Lynch whips off her chain-mail and slinky white catsuit firing glittery stars from her brassiere.
Agent Lynch’s only 1920s show, first performed on a special commission. Agent Lynch enters dressed as a suspiciously glamorous man to the innuendo laden ‘Burlington Bertie’. Agent Lynch then changes from moustachioed man to 20s show girl, performing a classic fandance and striptease to classic and sultry ‘Minnie the Moocher’.
This is Agent Lynch’s silent movie inspired show to The Cure’s ‘Lovecats’. Performed with ‘Mr Cutlass’ it tells a love story between two skeletons as Mr Bones tries to win Agent Lynch’s affections at first with flowers, and then with a series of inspired comedic dance moves. Will he win her heart? A great family friendly cabaret show.