In the same year when she was living in London she learned to ice skate and auditioned for various shows, appearing in Tom Arnold's Sleeping Beauty on Ice in Brighton and toured northern theatres with Chu Chin Chow on Ice as well as appearing in Humpty Dumpty on Ice and Aladdin on Ice at the Murrayfield Ice Rink.In the late 1950s she toured the Middle East with an acrobatic ballet company called the Martians Ballet where she met her future husband Dave King.The vicar of the church Rev Alfred Loughlin was not amused and said they allowed hockey sticks and things like that for guards of honour but bathing costumes was going a bit too far.
The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum board of trustees has proposed constructing the cable railway, which resembles something like a glass elevator or a train car, to carry people 80 feet up High Pole Hill to where the 252-foot granite monument towers over the town...
Another married couple appearing in the show were the diver Bill Maidment and his wife Sonia who was also a member of the Aquabelles.
In 1972 aqua shows pioneer, Leon Markson, the producer and director of the aqua shows in Bournemouth from 1951 - 64 and then from 1965, died and the show for that year was continued by his wife Stella who also presented the show the following year.
The Aquabelles that year included Sonia Davis, Linda Ellis, Jennifer Cummings, Denise Wake, Carol Carruthers, Sandra Skutchnek, Janet Taplin, Wendy Ann Clark, Pat Hawkins, Liz Jennings, Marlene Fellows, Lyndia Phillips and Zoe Edmonds.
A review in the Echo described the show as 'scintillating, superb and saucily spicy, the best holiday entertainment around'.