Around The World


Around The World Costume Theme

In this section we look at fancy dress parties that have countries as their theme. Whether you are looking at the entire world including the polar regions, a specific continent such as Europe, or even a particular country, take a look at the left navigation bar and you will be able to find all the information that you will need.

This fancy dress theme could also be called:

  • Countries
  • Eurovision (just look at the countries that are allowed to take part)
  • Nationalities

During any given year, there are times when costumes representing countries of the world, might come in useful. The first obvious example is one of the many National days around the year. Here in Britain, we have the opportunity to celebrate England (April 23rd – St George’s Day and Shakespeare’s birthday), Wales (March 1st - St. David’s Day) and Scotland (November 30th – St Andrew’s Day), plus, of course, Ireland on March 17th (St. Patrick’s Day). We might equally well choose to celebrate the French National holiday on July 14th or American Independence Day on July 4th. Also, once a year, the Eurovision Song Contest may inspire a European based national costumed theme event (despite Britain’s recent lack of success).

When choosing a costume to represent a country, you are not necessarily opting for the official national costume as such. (No-one seems quite sure what the national costume of England is – a Morris Man or a Beefeater seem the main choices). It needs to be a costume that epitomises the country, even if it may be something of affair stereotype. No one seriously imagines that all German males wear lederhosen breeches, but it is an iconic and popular look. Similarly, very few Australians have probably had cause to make use of a hat with dangling corks, but many party-goers would consider it an integral part of an Aussie costume. We hope that we do not offend anyone, but it is meant to be a bit tongue in cheek!

Here are a few suggestions for Countries of the World

  • Morris Dancer or Beefeater to represent England
  • French Maid, Moulin Rouge Dancer, Frenchman or Gendarme for France
  • Matador or Flamenco Dancer representing Spain
  • Germany – Lederhosen and Bavarian hat. The female equivalent is the dirndl skirt (sometimes spelled dirndle).
  • Venetian – We stock a wide variety of Venetian style masks, and this can be teamed with a hooded cloak or cape and hat (the tricorn style works well).
  • Italy/Roman – Aside from the Venetian (above) or a Gangster (for the Mafia), Italy may be best represented by Togas or the Gladiator Costumes of Ancient Rome.
  • Greece – As with Italy, Greece may be represented by Togas (unless you favour the Demis Roussos-style robes).
  • Egyptian – Fezes and colourful Arabian-style robes may be used, or again, you can opt for the Cleopatra/Neferetiti/Pharoah look.
  • Arabia – Arabian Sheiks and Belly Dancers may be an obvious stereotype, but they can add the exotic element of Eastern Promise.
  • India – Standing between the Middle East (Arabia/Egypt) and the Oriental Far East of China, Japan, etc. India offers opportunities for Saris, Dhotis and Lungis, although you can also look to Bollywood for further costume ideas.
  • China – The traditional stereotype look is the two-piece silk tunic and trouser outfit with the shallow pointed Chinese hat (sometimes with an integrated pigtail). An alternative is the fitted and elegant Cheongsam.
  • Japan – Popular characters are the Geisha (elegant and the make-up, though elaborate and requiring some time/effort, is worth the effort), the black-clad Ninja or the more elaborate Samurai.
  • America – Like Britain, a single American national costume is difficult to define: One can choose the patriotic Uncle Sam or Lady Liberty (or Statue of Liberty) outfits. Alternatively, an American footballer or Cheerleader can work, as can Cowboys/Girls and Native American outfits. For a simple option, use  Hawaiian Shirts.
  • Canada – Unless you can find a Beaver outfit (there are some on the market, but they tend to be the non-party friendly mascot style), the choice is a Canadian Mountie.
  • Mexico – Aside from the Mexican Poncho & Sombrero approach, there are, uniquely, some food costume options such as the Taco, the Tequila bottle or the Chilli Pepper.
  • Latin America – Aside from ponchos (as used by gouchos on the pampas), Latin America is usually portrayed with dance costumes in the Latin/Spanish style – Flamenco, Brazilian, Rumba or Salsa or characters such as Carmen Miranda. With the Olympics and World Cup in prospect, some may choose the Brazilian football kit option, or our Rumba Man costume
  • Caribbean – Possibly the best known of the Caribbean countries is Jamaica, with its dreadlock Rastafarian look or Bob Marley-style outfits. For an alternative colourful look, how about the carnival costumes of Trinidad & Tobago.
  • Russia – Choices here probably involve fur-hatted Cossacks or the peasant-like Baboushkas.
  • Australian – As mentioned above, the stereotype image is the Outbacker in a safari-suit and corked hat. Alternatively you can choose characters such as Dame Edna Everage or Crocodile Dundee.If you can’t settle on a particular country, why not go as a Tourist? There are a few OTT designs on the market, or you can improvise your own using items you have picked up on your own travels.Further alternatives are Animals from particular Countries. Bon voyage.

Pantomime Costume Ideas


Pantomime Fancy Dress Theme Costume Ideas

A great option if you need to think of something quintessentially British! (oh no it isn’t, oh yes it is!)

Though there are different fairy tales, most pantomimes have various essential characters which feature in many, if not all performances. From the Panto Dame, where males relish the chance to dress up as females, with over the top bright, colourful ‘loud’ dresses, wigs, make-up and appropriate accessories such as jumbo eyelashes, to the Principal Boy, which is often played by a girl.

At Props & Frocks we have costumes for most pantomimes, including Snow White, Cinderella, Aladdin, Peter Pan, Dick Whittington, Jack and the Beanstalk & Sleeping Beauty. Not only do we stock the major characters, but we also have costumes and accessories for the chorus, from fairies, to villagers and everything in between. Take a look at our large range of Fairytale costumes, our hire costume stock will fill in any gaps.

Here are some Pantomime costume suggestions, but there are so many more, and there is something to suit all sizes and budgets.

  • Snow White - Other characters include; Wicked Queen (use a witch costume), Prince Charming, woodcutter and who can forget the seven dwarfs?
  • Little Red Riding Hood plenty of red riding hood costumes available to purchase, and why not go as a couple with our Granny Wolf costume, or a peasant costume for the woodcutter?
  • Cinderella a whole host of costumes available here from Ugly Sister costumes, Fairy Godmother & Prince Charming outfits and don’t forget poor Cinders and Cinderella ballgowns.
  • Aladdin also called Ali Baba & the Forty Thieves another fantastic story with a large range of characters to help you to choose your costume. Traditionally set in China but Disneys version is set in the Middle East. A lot of Pantomimes will merge the two areas. Aladdin, Widow Twanky, Jafar, the baddie, Jasmine (wear a belly dancer costume) and of course, the genie. There are also roles for a parrot and monkey.
  • Peter Pan Yet another great story, full of terrific characters that you can dress up as. Firstly, we have Peter Pan, a green Elf costume will suffice as will some Robin Hood costumes. Captain Hook, Peter Pan’s arch enemy. You will need to wear a pirate captain costume and of course, you must wear a hook. Smee, Hooks second in command. You will need to wear a standard pirate costume for this character (as played by Bob Hoskins). Wendy wears an old fashioned white nightgown and the lost boys wear medieval peasant style clothing. Green fairy costumes work well for Tinker Bell. Other characters include: Indians and mermaids.
  • Alice in Wonderland, choose from Alice herself, The Queen of Hearts, The Mad Hatter or the white Rabbit.
  • Beauty & the Beast. You may need to wear a werewolf mask to get the beast effect. Beauty (or Belle) wears a yellow Victorian style dress. A lot of the characters (Wardrobe, light, tea pot) can be quite difficult to put together unless you are very talented and artistic.
  • Puss in Boots. We stock a large range of cat masks and accessories as well as over boots, hats and swords. Other characters include the Millers son, a poor boy, the King & his daughter, the Princess.
  • Jack & the Beanstalk Jack and his mother wear peasant costumes. You may need a very tall friend to go as the giant. This pantomime often includes characters from kids nursery rhymes such as Jack & Jill.
  • Babes In The Wood often combined with Robin Hood. Tudor style costumes, although the Disney version includes Hansel & Gretel, and therefore more Bavarian style costumes.
  • Dick Whittington Main characters include:
    Dick Whittington starts off very poor, our brown Robin Hood costume would be brilliant for this character
    Cat kills the rats for The Sultan
    King Rat the baddie
    The Sultan
    Pantomime Fairy
    Fairy of The Bells
    Ship Captain, his mate and some incompetent pirates
  • Robinson Crusoe following a ship wreck Robinson Crusoe finds himself on a remote desert island. Friday, is rescued from Cannibals. Pantomime versions often have Hawaiian based characters wearing grass skirts and flower garlands.
  • Sleeping Beauty Main Characters include:
    The Princess Sleeping Beauty
    King & Queen
    3 good fairies
    Wicked Fairy
    Prince Charming
  • Treasure Island a chance to wear those Pirate costumes again
  • The Wizard of Oz
    Tin Man
    Cowardly Lion
    Wicked Witch of The West

Oriental Song Ideas

Some songs to play during your Oriental event…

  • Little China Girl – David Bowie
  • Turning Japanese – Vapors
  • China Grove – Doobie Brothers
  • China In Your Hand – TPau
  • China Tea  – Russ Conway
  • Goodnight Saigon  – Billy Joel
  • Beijing  – Patrick Watson
  • Ten Million Bicycles in Beijing – Katie Melua
  • Left My Heart In Tokyo – Mini Viva
  • Tokyo Rose – Idle Eyes
  • Tokyo (Vampires & Werewolves) – The Wombats
  • Kung Fu Fighting
  • Japanese Boy – Aneka
  • Japanese Hands – Elton John
  • Big In Japan – Alphaville
  • One Night in Bangkok – Murray Head

The Orient – Costume Ideas

Oriental Costume Ideas- Overview

The mysteries of the Orient and the Far East have fascinated the British for ages. So much so, that when it came to adapting the Arabian Nights story Aladdin as a pantomime, the writers re-set the action in Peking, China, as they thought the Orient was more mysterious and magical than Arabia!

Even nowadays, when international travel is easier and many countries are losing their identity through globalisation, the two major countries of the Orient, Japan and China, retain interest and fascination, especially in the wake of the recent Beijing Olympics, which showcased so much of Chinas cultural and artistic talents.

When looking at the Orient, there are some potentially interesting outfits available for females, many of which you will find at Props & Frocks. A classic Chinese garment is the Cheongsam, a simple no-frills dress (long or short) with a high collar, fitted waist and side slits, which show off the figure with elegance. Genuine Chinese cheongsams tend to favour the small, slim figure, but it is such a classic style of dress that there are plenty of imitations available, in various sizes. As oriental females tend to be depicted with black hair, we also find that the China Doll wigs and Cheerleader wigs we stock can be quite popular to complete the look.

Towards the other end of the scale one has the Japanese Geisha, the iconic female oriental entertainers. Interest in this style of costuming was re-aroused by the book and subsequent film Memoirs of a Geisha. To carry off the Geisha look requires a greater investment in preparation time, as the mask-like make-up is an integral part of the character, but the resultant effect can be well worth the effort. Geisha wigs are of course available from us, here at Props & Frocks.

For those willing to put in an even greater preparation time, one stage on from the Geisha are the even more elaborate and exotic outfits, such as might be seen in Chinese Opera or a Japanese Kabuki or Noh play. Interest in this area of Chinese performing art arose with the Western adaptation of ‘Monkey – Journey to the West’ which received added publicity during the Olympics thanks to its use by the BBC. Here both the costuming and make-up are highly stylised and possibly beyond the scope of this document.

For the less formal look, there are a range of tunic and trouser ensembles such as one might see worn by an everyday Chinese worker. Although these may sound boring and dowdy, many costume versions are made of patterned materials, some in silk-like styles and can look both authentic and impressive in an under-stated way.

Despite the potential of the Orient and its costumes, at Props & Frocks purely Oriental themed events are fairly rare, so in our experience we find it helps to look at other opportunities to inject some Eastern elegance into some other popular themes.

For instance the James Bond-based theme continues to be popular and since the Bond books (and movies) have always had a thing about the Orient, a good number of the films (which most people are more familiar with) feature several oriental characters and outfits.

The first ever Bond movie in 1962, featured the fiendish Dr. No, although his lab-suit outfit with a water-cooler-type helmet is probably not the best party look (Difficult to eat, drink and talk in!). Odd-job, the Korean factotum in Goldfinger, was fiendish in a different way – a dab hand with the Karate chop and metal bowler-cum-frisbee.

Much of ‘You Only Live Twice’ was set in the Orient, notably Japan, so Ninjas and Geishas (plus a few female assistants in cheongsams) featured, and whilst in ‘The Man With The Golden Gun’ Scaramanga had his island hideout off Thailand, much of the film is set in and around Hong Kong and Bangkok (including a martial arts school featuring some very feisty female karate students). ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ had action in the South China Seas and at Eliott Carvers HQ, again in Thailand. The opening sequence of Die Another Day is set on the North/South Korea border and is followed by a segment in Hong Kong where the enigmatically-named masseuse Peaceful Fountains of Desire attempts to compromise Bond at his hotel.

Whilst talking about movies more generally, there are a good number of other films featuring action in the East, although on many occasions the Orientals are the bad guys (and girls): The whole Kung Fu canon of movies featuring Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and the like probably have sufficient fans to require little further help from us and there are numerous outfits available for would-be Ninjas. However, although Hammer Studios are best known for Horror films such as Dracula, Frankenstein, etc., they did produce a number of movies featuring Christopher Lee (already an established Dracula) as the hypnotic Mandarin, Fu Manchu, with his fiendish plans for world domination.

Turning to the world of musical theatre, we have the extremes of The Mikado and Madam Butterfly. The Gilbert & Sullivan operetta of The Mikado proved very popular in its day and aside from the Mikado himself (an Emperor-like figure), principal characters include Ko-ko, the tailor-cum-Lord High Executioner; the hero, Wandering Minstrel Nanki-Poo and the object of both their affections Yum-yum. The story has been filmed many times and, as a variation, there is also Mike Leighs film Topsy-Turvy which is set around the creation of the operetta by Gilbert & Sullivan at a time when their partnership threatened to collapse.

More seriously dramatic are the events portrayed in Madame Butterfly, the tragic tale of a Japanese woman jilted by a faithless American naval officer. Potential for an interesting Couples set here! You may be able to think of other operas and musicals set in or inspired by the Far East from Puccinis Turandot to Miss Saigon and Chess.

The Far East has also influenced aspects of style-culture over the years: Although this is something of a two-way street China is now embracing parts of Western culture in much the same way as Russia did, and Japanese youth tends to favour western fashion trends and looks, over the more traditional dress. But even here the Far East is doing things its own way: The extreme cartoon-like looks of the Japanese influences of Manga and Anime animation are now reflected in the street-style fashions of the Harajuku, which in turn may be said to be influencing the recent trend towards shorter costume styles for females we are seeing here in the West.

Whatever your take on the Oriental theme, you can be sure that we can help at Props & Frocks, here are more of our Oriental costume ideas

Chinese New Year animals include:

  • Rat
  • Ox
  • Tiger
  • Rabbit
  • Dragon
  • Snake
  • Horse
  • Sheep
  • Monkey
  • Rooster
  • Dog
  • Pig

Red and gold are the main theme colours when it comes to the Chinese New Year.

And finally, some of our other Oriental Costume Ideas…

  • For a group of 3 of you how about one goes as a pea, one as a king and one as a duck!
  • Dress up as characters from Murder On The Orient Express
  • Dalai Lama wear a Budhist Costume
  • 3 Kings from the Nativity We 3 kings from orient are bearing gifts
  • Super Mario Brothers
  • Sonic The Hedgehog both of these games were designed by the Japanese


Hawaiian Costume Ideas

Hawaiian Fancy Dress Theme

An Hawaiian costume theme is always more popular during the summer months and is often linked with an outdoor barbecues & beach parties (although it can also be used as an American theme).

Now we cant guarantee the great British weather, but we can guarantee a great party if you use an Hawaiian theme.

Theming an indoor room can be difficult, so why not use one of the fabulous scene savers (that come in various designs), they can transform any room into a tropical paradise.

If you are outside, why not have a beach area, where kids can play sandcastles?

Ladies, Did you know that a flower behind your left ear, indicates that you are married, or taken, a flower behind your right ear, indicates that you are single?

Complete the colourful look with brightly coloured cocktail umbrellas. Cocktails to serve include:

  • Pina Colada
  • Blue Hawaii
  • Mai Tai

A Hawaiian theme is great for people who are not keen on dressing up, as you could just wear beach or summer clothing and just add a flower garland or 2 to create the Hawaiian feel. For those who are more adventurous, wear grass skirts, coconut bras, and long black wigs, or colourful Hawaiian print shirts and dresses.

Hawaiian Accessory Ideas:

  • Shell Bras
  • Coconut Bras
  • Hawaiian skirts, all lengths and various colours
  • Hawaiian Flower Garlands (called leis)
  • Hawaiian Garland sets, includes a garland for your head, and either ankles, or wrists, as well as a main garland to hang around your neck
  • Hawaiian Shirts
  • Cocktail Glasses
  • Flowers for your hair
  • Magnum PI
  • Elvis in Blue Hawaii
  • Hawaii Five o Wear an Hawaiian shirt with 5 & O on it

Songs to play during your event:

  • Blue Hawaii Elvis Presley
  • Hawaii Five O theme tune
  • General Hawaiian Music
  • The Beach – Beach Boys
  • Surfin USA Beach Boys
  • In The Summertime
  • Echo Beach Martha & The Muffins
  • Beach Baby First Class
  • Beach in Hawaii Ziggy Marley
  • On the Beach Chris Rea
  • Beach Boy Blues Elvis Presley

French Costume Ideas

French Fancy Dress Costume Ideas

So lets see what French Costume Ideas, we can come up with for you

  • Napoleon
  • Josephine
  • Marie Antoinette
  • Louis (you can choose which one) King of France
  • French Man striped top, beret, string of onions
  • French Maid we have a great selection of French Maid costumes
  • French lady tight pencil skirt, striped top, beret, long cigarette holder
  • Characters from Ello Ello
  • French Foreign Legion
  • Moulin Rouge do not despair, we have plenty of Moulin Rouge Costume ideas on this page
  • Can Can Costumes
  • Inspector Jacques Clouseau
  • Characters from Beauty & the Beast
  • Marie Curie Victorian style costume will be suitable
  • Alain Prost former Formula 1 racing driver wear a racing driver costume
  • Claude Monet wear a Victorian style costume with artist smock over the top
  • The 3 Musketeers
  • Tour De France Cyclist wear cyclist clothing
  • Cover yourself in small sticks French Stick
  • A La Carte dress up as a dinner menu this will involve a bit of DIY costuming
  • Agent Provocateur Dress up as a spy or in sexy underwear (if you dare!)
  • Aprs-Ski dress up in ski wear
  • Fleur de Lis wear the emblem over your everyday clothing
  • Mardi Gras dress up in a carnival style costume
  • Artist Wear a smock covered in paint, wear a beret and hold a palette with paint colours on it.
  • Coco Chanel A chance to dress from head to toe in couture
  • Thierry Henry Footballer
  • The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  • Esmerelda wear a gypsy style costume

Ideas of songs to play

  • Lost in France Bonnie Tyler
  • Michelle the Beatles
  • Cant Speak French Girls Aloud
  • French Dog Blues Babyshambles
  • French Kissing In the USA Blondie
  • Tour de France Kraftwork
  • To France Mike Oldfield
  • Joe le Taxi Vanessa Paradis
  • Im Throwing My Arms Around Paris Morrissey
  • To Paris with Love Donna Summer
  • Je Suis Un Rock Star Bill Wyman


Scottish Costume Ideas

Scottish Fancy DressTheme Costume Ideas

Why not have a Scottish themed costume party?

Either used as a standalone costume theme, or as part of An Around The World Theme.

The most popular time for a Scottish themed party is on Burns Night (25th January) where North of the (Scottish) border the life and works of Scotlands greatest poet Robert Robbie Burns are celebrated. A traditional meal or Supper usually involving Haggis wi bashit neeps an champit tatties (Mashed turnip or Swede and mashed potatoes) followed by Clootie Dumplin and Bannocks (oatcakes) n Cheese is usually accompanied with some best quality whisky. Of course the Haggis is the centrepiece, being piped in and addressed prior to the start of the meal.

Whilst the Haggis, bagpipes, etc might be a acquired taste for some, today is at least a chance to celebrate Great Scots (Burns? Scottie of Star Trek? Billy Connolly?) and this might involve some element of tartan (which the Americans call plaid because its Gaelic for blanket for which the multicoloured cloth was originally used) and perhaps a sporran: Obviously a McChap needs somewhere to put his essentials when wearing what is effectively a skirt with attitude. Originally the sporran was a simple drawstring bag but it evolved into something of a decorative (and decorated) accessory, typically made of badger or goatskin, to dangle impressively at the front of the kilt. Whatever your take on the celebrations, pop along to us here at Props & Frocks and we will do our best to kilt you out!

Here are some famous Scots you may like to base your costume on:

  • JM Barrie author of Peter Pan wear a Victorian mens costume, or dress up as a character from Peter Pan
  • Alexander Graham Bell again another Victorian costume, ideal if you can find an old fashioned telephone as well!
  • Robert Burns Wear a Regency Style (Mr Darcy) costume
  • Lord Byron, as Robert Burns
  • Charles I & II Cavalier style costume
  • Sir Sean Connery wear a dinner suit for 007
  • Billy Connolly shaggy brown hair and a dyed goatee beard
  • David I Knight costume
  • Sir Alex Ferguson
  • Alexander Fleming
  • William Gladstone Victorian Costume
  • James I VI kings of Scotland (James VI first King of Scotland & England)
  • Captain William Kidd famous pirate wear a pirate costume
  • Dr David Livingstone wear an explorer costume
  • Elizabeth Bowes Lyon The Queen Mother
  • King Macbeth
  • Flora Macdonald peasant costume
  • Mary Queen of Scots ladies Tudor style costume will suffice
  • Robert I (the Bruce,) II & III
  • Sir Walter Scott
  • Sir Jackie Stewart
  • Bonnie Prince Charlie
  • Sir William Wallace Braveheart

And, if you still cannot make up your mind, just accessorise your normal everyday outfit with some tartan.

Songs to play during your Scottish Fancy Dress Event… (a lot of these have many variations take your pick)

  • Amazing Grace
  • Auld Lang Syne
  • Farewell to Loch Katrine
  • The Bluebells Of Scotland
  • Bonnie Doon
  • The Flower Of Scotland
  • Mull Of Kintyre Paul McCartney
  • Anything by the Proclaimers!
  • Loch Lomond
  • My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean
  • These Streets Paolo Nutini
  • The Skye Boat Song
  • Fast Train To Edinburgh
  • Loch Leven Arab Strap
  • Argyle Bouncing souls
  • St. Andrews Bedouin Soundclash
  • I Belong To Glasgow

Italian Costume Ideas

Italian Costume Ideas

Some Italian Costume Ideas Include:

  • Rudolph Valentino 20s star, lead role in The Sheik
  • Sophia Loren look at some famous roles for costume inspiration
  • Giuseppe Verdi composer of the operas La Traviata & Aida (1813 1901) could go as one of the main characters
  • Giacomo Puccini composer of Madame Butterfly & Tosca (1858 1904) as above
  • Leonardo De Vinci (1452 1519) wear a Tudor Costume
  • Christopher Columbus Explorer (1451 1506), as above
  • Mark Antony wear Roman costumes for these historical figures. Ladies can wear a Roman costume to make a great couples costume
  • Julius Caesar, as above
  • Pontius Pilot, as above
  • Pope wear a Pope costume for a Pope of your choosing
  • Benito Mussolini Prime Minister (1883 1945) First European Dictator
  • Ferrari Racing Driver wear a racing driver costume
  • Canaletto (1697 1768) Painter
  • Pavarotti (1935 2007) Tenor singer
  • Franki Detorri Racing Jockey
  • Gianfranco Zola Italian footballer
  • Venetian Gondolier wear a striped top and black trousers
  • Venetian Ball Attendee- wear a grand Georgian dress with a masquerade mask
  • Lion from the coliseum
  • Romeo & Juliet set in Verona
  • Pizza costume – yes these are available to purchase
  • Gondolier – wear black trousers and a striped top
  • Venetian style eye masks
  • Mafia – Gangster costumes
  • Rudolph Valentino
  • Ice cream costume – Italy is famous for its fabulous ice cream
  • Lion, from the Coliseum
  • Roman Gladiator
  • Opera Singer

Food to serve includes:

  • Pizza
  • Pasta
  • Ice Cream

Songs to play for your Italian event

  • When In Rome, Do As The Romans Do Barbara Streisand
  • Streets Of Little Italy Bonnie Tyler
  • We Open In Venice Frank Sinatra
  • Venice Queen Red Hot Chilli Peppers
  • Gondoliers Song