Liza Pulman & Joe Stilgoe - A Couple of Swells!
på Duchess Theatre
Fascinating Aida’s Liza Pulman teams up with acclaimed musician and singer, Joe Stilgoe, in a vibrant and entertaining potpourri of classic songs and wit, highlighting Joe's virtuoso piano playing and Liza's exquisite vocals. Liza’s thirty-year career has encompassed music, theatre and comedy, from Glyndebourne Opera through West End musical theatre and as one- third of the British satirical comedy group, Fascinating Aida. Her solo career as concert performer and recording artist showcases a talent for re-discovering, re-inventing and re-imagining timeless classics and lost gems. Daughter of celebrated screen writer Jack Pulman and actor Barbara Young, Liza’s upbringing gave her a deep love of theatre, movies and music. Liza Pulman Sings Streisand played West End runs to packed houses and five-star reviews and, most recently, her new show, The Heart Of It opened at London’s The Other Palace in January, adding extra shows in March due to public demand. ‘Quite simply, superb... Liza Pulman is a force of nature’ British Theatre Joe Stilgoe is an internationally acclaimed singer, pianist and songwriter, known for writing songs that feel like classics, and adapting classics so they sound like they’ve just been written. Growing up surrounded by music – his parents are songwriter and TV personality Richard Stilgoe and opera singer Annabel Hunt - Joe’s career extends across theatre, TV and radio. He’s a regular on Radio 4 on shows like Loose Ends and The Horne Section and he has worked with some of the finest orchestras and bands in the world. Joe has released 8 albums, 5 of which topped the UK Jazz chart. ‘Dapper, handsome and quick-witted, and gifted with dazzling digits.’ The Times Liza and Joe collaborated during lockdown on the beautiful Memphis In June and on the mesmerising track Bye Bye Blackbird from Liza’s new album `The Heart Of It. The track became popular all around the world, and the many requests to play live led to creation of this show – a magical musical pairing in an evening of some of the best music ever recorded.
2 hours (including interval)
(5mins) Go right on Long Acre; turn right into Bow Street and after 100 metres turn left (Russell Street) then immediately right onto Catherine Street, where the theatre is located 100 metres down.