Kiki Lovechild and Jack Stark – two clowns in one body!


With nearly two decades’ of experience as a cabaret and theatre clown, Kiki Lovechild has been a staple on the UK scene since the burlesque revival. He’s travelled extensively around the UK, Europe and beyond with a wide range of cabaret, vaudeville, burlesque and theatre shows. As a full time professional idiot, he has one aim in life – to make audiences happy. 

“A virtuoso masterclass in physical comedy.
There are a lot of clown or physical theatre acts in cabaret these days … but his antics rise far above.”

This is Cabaret

” … very much impressed. He was definitely a highlight of the evening, which is impressive considering he was surrounded by such great talent.
Kiki regularly brought the house to its knees.”

Gay Times

Who are these fools?

Kiki Lovechild

Kiki Lovechild

Adorable but with a cheeky side, Kiki was bringing clowning back into burlesque before clowning was cool again. Whether through the hilarious stripping puppets, the sheer joy of his stunning butterfly illusion, the clever and quirky revival of historical routines, or the ludicrous spectacle of dancing in a huge pot noodle, he always leaves a lasting impression

Jack Stark

Jack Stark

After a decade of performing just as Kiki, a new clown came bursting out of him. The neurotic but optimistic clown Jack Stark thoroughly embraces more modern clowning movements, and can be traced back to his influences from training at École Philippe Gaulier in France.


Where might I have seen that face before?

Ystad Theatre, Sweden – Scala, London –  Royal Albert Hall – London Wonderground  – The Kings Theatre, Portsmouth – L’Os à Moelle, Belgium – Burgh Island  – The Vaults, Waterloo – Plaza Theatre, Zurich  – Gamla Bíó, Reykjavik, Iceland – Royal & Derngate Theatre, Northampton  – Deda Theatre, Derby – Swansea Grand Theatre – Nalen Hall, Stockholm  – Bath Komedia – The Epstein Theatre, Liverpool  – The Glee Club (Nottingham, Birmingham and Cardiff)  – Electric Theatre, Guildford – Todmorden Hippodrome – Sheffield City Hall – Cambridge Guildhalls  – Jongleurs (Oxford, Birmingham) – Guildhall Winchester – Worthing Pier –   Cafe Rosenberg, Iceland  – Bush Hall, London – Pleasance Theatre, Islington – The Ritz, Lincoln – Madame JoJo’s London – The Westbury Hotel, Mayfair – The Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen – The Albany Theatre, Deptford – Speigeltent (Nottingham, Sheffield, Milton Keynes, London)  – Dancehouse Theatre, Manchester  – Grosvenor Casino – The Regal, Evesham … and many many more!