Lucha Britannia is yet again leading the way in British wrestling by providing more and more mainstream coverage to the fine and noble art.
Look out for coverage on ITV2&3 on Weds 18th Feb at 2009's Brit Awards.
2008 saw Lucha Britannia rise from an small underground subversive troop, into a bigger more elaborate force to be reckoned with, by featuring heavily on the BBC3's highlights of Reading and Leeds Festival where Lucha Britannia not only headlined the 'Alternative Arena' at both events, but also took on Indie darlings, 'British Sea Power' in the guest enclosure backstage.
Edith Bowman and Zane Lowe both said that 'Lucha Britannia was their favorite non-musical highlight of the whole festival'.
Later in the year saw Lucha Britannia team up with the worlds favorite alternative lifestyle magazine, BIZZARE, to create and produce an event of epic magnitude, The Bizarre Ball.
Together Bizarre Mag and Lucha Britannia pulled in the cream of British alternative entertainment from amputee fetish model Vikoria to kick ass rock n roll bands like the Pricillas and Zombina & the Skelletones. Samppa Von Cyborg to Jonny Woo. Vicky Butterfly to Syvan V Manticore. Amazing DJ's like Noko440, Dane, Vern, Miss Vinci, DeeBee & Vodka. Circus of Horrors to Pariah Circus. Top Dominatrixes and rope suspension experts to Glamazon Luchadoras!
They also produced a special issue of the magazine which featured all the acts, performers and partners with a huge eight page pull-out cover.
The Bizarre ball was such a huge success that in 2009 there are ruminations of a double reprise:Even Bigger!Even Better!
The 'URM' is growing stronger by the day with more and more revolutionaries joining the hilarious ongoing battle to rein supreme in the 'going out and having a great night' stakes.
Lucha Britannia says:
"we entertain like our lives depend on it...and they do!"