29 Jun 2021 - 3 Jul 2021

New Writing

Alces Productions Presents
Luck Be A Lady
written and performed by Beth Burrows

"Behind every successful man is a strong woman"

 

Written and performed by Beth Burrows

Directed by Mark Giesser

 

Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra dominated the stage and screen in the mid 20th century. But beside and behind these golden gentlemen were a plethora of powerful women who enabled their success. From irreplaceable dance partners to influential lovers, Fred, Gene and Frank did not do it alone.

 

OFFIE-nominee 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.

 

This is the sequel to ‘Sirens of the Silver Screen’, Beth Burrows’ critically-acclaimed show about the lives of Judy Garland, Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe.

 

Praise for ‘Sirens of the Silver Screen’:

"Burrows gives an exceptional performance... This is a well thought out, eye- opening tribute to three legends of Old Hollywood&"

★★★★ THE SPY IN THE STALLS

 

"Gorgeous vocals, stunning stories and tremendously entertaining"

★★★★ LONDON PUB THEATRES

 

"An accomplished and well executed piece of musical theatre which has a charm and delicate sophistication to it that warrants a firm thumbs up - stylish entertainment"

★★★★ BOYZ

Performances

Tues - Sat: 7:30pm

Saturday matinee: 3pm

 

Tickets

£16 Full price

£12 Concession

 

Concessions Notice

Concessions are only accepted for pensioners, unemployed, students and under16s.

Please Note:

This performance runs for 1hr without an interval

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