It has been announced that acclaimed singer & comedienne Liza Pulman will return to the UK for a tour that kicks off on the 3rd May. 

Liza sings Streisand

Best known for being one third of the comedy trio Fascinating Aida, this is the third solo live show from the singer.

Liza Sings Streisand combines history, humour and harmony while celebrating the music of the legendary Barbra Streisand with the help of her six piece band, The Stardust Ensemble.

The tour will open on the 3rd May at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. It will then visit The Stables Wavendon, Crazy Coqs – LIVE AT ZEDEL in London, The Capitol in Horsham, Cornerstone Arts Centre in Didcot, The Radlett Centre in Radlett, The Auden Theatre in Holt, Royal & Derngate inNorthampton and the Opera House in Jersey, concluding on the 12th June.

Just like Streisand herself, Pulman’s dreams of working in show business started from an early age as a the daughter of screenwriter Jack Pulman (I, Claudius,War and Peace) and actress Barbara Young (Coronation Street, Family Affairs, Last of the Summer Wine,) she was immersed in a world of film scripts, acting and music from an early age.

Her latest solo show will feature all of Streisand’s greatest hits including Evergreen to The Way We Were as well as the much loved and recognised Funny Girl numbers including Don’t Rain On My Parade. The show features brand new arrangements of these classic songs and more alongside renowned musical director and Liza’s long-time collaborator Joseph Atkins.

Talking about the show, Liza said: “Barbra Streisand is a legend, her talent across singing, directing and screenwriting, and her rhythm as a natural comedian have all inspired me both on and off stage. I absolutely love putting the show programmes together. I love creating new arrangements of songs that people know really well and also introducing the audience to songs they might not already know.”

Liza Sings Streisand will tour the UK from the 3rd of May. For more information visit: http://www.lizapulman.com/

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