Beth Burrows returns to the stage with Luck Be a Lady, sequel to her critically acclaimed one-woman show Sirens of the Silver Screen.

(c)Yev Kazannik.

This new show, written and performed by Beth Burrows will begin performances at the White Bear Theatre on the 29th June.

Whilst the show will pay tribute to Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra – all of whom Sinatra dominated the stage and screen in the mid 20th century, Luck Be a Lady will also highlight the stories of the women who were equally important in their lives.

In the show, Beth Burrows celebrates the men’s careers by performing the songs that made them shine and sharing the inside scoop on the stories that swirled around them, whilst bringing the women out of the shadows and into the spotlight.

Luck Be a Lady is the sequel to Sirens of the Silver Screen in which the lives of Judy Garland, Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe were brought to life. It was performed London’s Upstairs at the Gatehouse and Tabard theatre.

This new show is directed by Mark Giesser, who has produced and directed numerous Equity Off-West End and Off-Broadway shows. His writing work includes satirical drama (Good Morning, Alamo!) and comedy (Code of the West and How To Build a Better Tulip), and he has directed productions such as the UK premiere of Alan Alda’s dramaRadiance, and the 60th anniversary revival of the original stage play of Gigi.

Luck Be a Lady will play at the White Bear Theatre from the 29th June until the 3rd July.