"My head is in a spin, my feet don't touch the ground/When you are near to me my head goes round and round..." If you were around in the Seventies, you cannot fail to recognise the lyrics to Kelly-Marie's sensational one- hit wonder "It Feels Like I'm in Love". In her near legendary wardrobe, Kelly-Marie did for the zip-up space suit what Audrey Hepburn did for the little black cocktail number. According to famed trichologist and vocalist Jackie Clune, she also had "the bastardised brush-out flick". Clune's exacting examination of the tresses and stresses of Seventies sirens, an all-singing brush with hair- and song-stylists, is in the running for the year's most ridiculously enjoyable show. Social historians should book immediately, not to mention anyone who wants to know the true story behind the Nolan Sisters and their little-known involvement in the poll tax riots.
Show: Chicks with Flicks, King's Head, London N1 (0171-226 1916) 7pm & 9pm