About the Sirens

The Siren Sisters were formed in 2010 and have appealed to a wide variety of audiences. They have found famous supporters in Only Men Aloud, Welsh Rugby Union star Ryan Jones, Roy Noble, and A String of Pearls’ Dewi Griffiths, to name a few. In recent years they have toured Welsh theatres with their highly successful Christmas With The Siren Sisters show and are involved in some very exciting projects for the near future.

The trio has based their success on a true representation of the 1940s era. You don’t have to look too hard to see the attention to detail in the hair, dresses, and shoes that are inspired by such a special era. But you simply have to see these young ladies in the flesh and hear how talented they are; from the tightly choreographed dance routines, to the smooth vocal harmonies, these girls can blend together or take solo performances with elegance, grace and, most importantly, an enthusiasm driven by their obsession with all things vintage.

The Siren Sisters Credits

Theatre performances include:

  • Christmas with The Siren Sisters (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
  • A Royal Jubilation (2012)
  • Supporting Only Men Aloud on their Summer Tour (2012)
  • An Evening of Movies and Musicals with Ruthie Henshall and John Owen Jones (2013)

Festival Appearances include:

  • Supporting Alfie Boe, The Overtones, and Sophie Evans at Pontypridd’s Big Weekend (2011, 2012, 2013)
  • Bestival Music Festival IOW (2011)
  • Camp Besitval, Dorset  (2012)
  • Supporting Eric Faulkner’s Bay City Rollers at The Monmouth Festival (2013)
  • Blysh festival, Wales Millenium Centre, Cardiff (2013)

The Siren Sisters have appeared as regular guests on:

  • The Roy Noble Show, BBC Radio Wales
  • Lynn Bowles’ Summer Special, BBC Radio Wales
  • The Louise Elliott Programme, BBC Radio Wales

The Siren Sisters Television appearances include:

  • Noson Lawen, S4C
  • National Eisteddfod of Wales, ITV Wales
  • A Summer In Wales, BBC One

Notable Performances include:

  • Commemoration of the Battle of Dunkirk 70th anniversary, Dunkirk (2010)
  • Ruth Jones (From Gavin & Stacey) Private Party
  • Buzz Magazine’s 10th Birthday Party
  • WRU Six Nations Opening Dinner (2013)
  • Ryan Jones Testimonial (2013)
  • Live on Casualty Set Performance for Susan Packer, who plays Tess Bateman on the hospital drama (2012)

Charitable Performances include appearances for:

  • The Bobath Centre
  • Noah’s Ark
  • Horse World
  • The Royal British Legion


“A trio of sheer delight, gorgeous harmonies, beautiful smiles.” 

- Ruth Jones, Actress and Writer

“Absolutely Marvellous!”

Roy Noble, Broadcaster, BBC Radio Wales

“I’m absolutely overwhelmed, absolutely first class”.

- Dewi Griffiths, Broadcaster, A String of Pearls 

This blonde, brunette and red head combo are fast gaining a reputation for their nostalgic shows.”

Wales Online