Booketh The Duo
Please note: We are two separate acts who rove the lanes independently interacting when the occasion arises to support and maintain our characters and the illusion of faire.
Frostylocks, The Bard is an immersive, highly interactive roving act who performs in the lanes throughout the day at Renaissance, Medieval, piratical and fantasy faires for patrons of all ages. He has a unique story-song style of comical, inspirational and bawdy imaginations. Patrons choose a tune that peeks their interest and Frostylocks delivers a memorable performance. Then on to the next, and the next and so forth and so on until, sadly, the faire day comeths to a close. Song subject matter includes: pirates, fantastical creatures, legends, vikings, historical events, Renaissance treatments, pub tunes and bardic tales of Renaissance and Medieval characters.
Splinter, The Fae is an energetic lane character whose playful shenanigans evoke refreshing wonderment, comedic rapture and awe. They quickly win the adoration and admiration of children of all ages; thusly, teleporting patrons back in time and into the illusion and mythology of the Renaissance and Medieval times. Donning a distinct and unforgettable charismatic charm, Splinter, a harlequin fae of the unseelie court, delivers an undeniably one-of-a-kind experience that is sure to enrich any faire or festival.
PERFORMANCE VIDEO (Frostylocks)
Watch Frostylocks on the video below at 38:50 and listen to Frostylocks's song, Faire, at 57:15 during the end credits. Courtesy of The Renaissance Arts Faire of Las Cruces (November 2020). Please note: the skull and crossbones guitar strap in the photo is present for the purpose of piratical faires only.
Our day rate depends on Faire size and travel distance. We prefer on-site camping and have a minimum of two days (a weekend), with some exceptions. If tips and/or merchandise sales are disallowed, our rate will be higher. Please contact us for a rate for your Faire.
Should you require anything else for consideration, kindly send us a message. References are available upon request. Thank you for your interest in our acts and we hope to see thee at Faire.