For One Week Only!
Liza will also be performing with Fascinating Aida 22-28th August.
Highfield Productions and the Pleasance present
Liza Pulman: Everything’s Coming Up Roses
An expertly pruned show about flowers and all things green from songstress and comedienne Liza Pulman!
22 – 29 August 2016 at 2.30pm
Cabaret Bar at the Pleasance Courtyard
To book tickets click here.
From Tip Toe Through The Tulips to Neil Diamond’s You Don’t Bring Me Flowers, Liza Pulman offers an afternoon filled with glorious songs, quirky comedy and charm! Accompanied by Joseph Atkins at the piano, Liza’s celebrated voice make this a blooming hour not to be missed!
Liza Pulman, daughter of screenwriter Jack Pulman (I, Claudius, War and Peace) and actressBarbara Young (Coronation Street, Family Affairs, Last of the Summer Wine) has enjoyed an extensive and varied career encompassing a broad spectrum of music, comedy and theatre. After training at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama she joined the Glyndebourne Operaenjoying principle roles in many of the globally renowned company’s leading productions. Drawn by her love of musical theatre, Liza performed with Michael Ball in Adrian Noble’s award-winning 2002 production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the London Palladium, a production which became the theatre’s longest running show.
Since joining internationally renowned comedy singing group and satirical cabaret trioFascinating Aïda in 2004, Liza has toured the world’s top venues. The group are taking a break until 2017, giving Liza a chance to focus on her solo career which now includes a series of recordings Liza Pulman Sings, UK tour Liza Pulman Sings Hollywood and her current show,Everything’s Coming Up Roses. Fascinating Aïda is however making an appearance with theirGreatest Hits: Back in the Saddle for a week-long run at Assembly Rooms!
“A dazzling, heady bouquet of an evening, filled with laughter but also deep emotion, Liza Pulman’s wit and warmth and world class musical talent lit up our festival, bringing true West End glamour, sass and style to Suffolk while engaging also with the old world charm of gardens, flowers and romance. Eye was smitten.” Ian Kelly, Eye Open Gardens Festival.
“The moment Liza walked onstage we all fell under her spell. Her gorgeous voice, her humour and her warmth reached everyone, she is a unique performer.” Sir Tim Smit, Eden Project