Liz Robertson & Patti Boulaye in solo concerts
Musical theatre star Liz Robertson is premiering her new show Liz Sings Her Favourite Songs, which will run from 23-27 April 2013 at the Crazy Coqs.
The show will consist of songs that have meant the most to Robertson throughout her career, which includes shows from Stephen Sondheim, Andrew Lloyd Webber and her late husband Alan J. Lerner.
Robertson came to public attention in 1979 when she played the role of Eliza in a revival of My Fair Lady, for which she won the Variety Club’s Most Promising Actress Award. Her other stage credits include Song and Dance and Side By Side by Sondheim, Stepping Out, The Phantom of the Opera, Hairspray and Love Never Dies.
Robertson will be accompanied on the piano by Chris Walker. Liz Sings Her Favourite Songs plays at the Crazy Coqs from 23-27 April 2013.
Award-winning singer Patti Boulaye will take a trip down memory lane with her concert on 22 June 2013 at the London Hippodrome.
Boulaye is an award-winning singer and musical theatre star, who made her West End debut in the musical Hair. Later on she went on to star in the award-winning African film Bisi: Daughter of the River, which became the largest grossing African film ever made. In 2003, Boulaye produced her West End musical Sun Dance, a celebration of the colours and music of Africa.
Her singing career came into the spotlight when she won the ITV talent show New Faces. She has gone on to release 9 albums and 25 singles to date and currently is writing her autobiography.
Presented by Steve Hughes Productions, Boulaye's concert is at the London Hippodrome on 22 June 2013.