Liza Pulman Sings Streisand with the Brighouse and Rastrick Band

@ Gala Theatre and Cinema

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21 July 2018


£21 (£18 Concessions)

A unique collaboration between one of the finest voices and one of the finest brass bands in the country celebrating the songs of the great Barbra Streisand.  The Brighouse and Rastrick Band are the reigning National Brass Band Champions and achieved worldwide success and recognition with their famous ‘Gold Disc’ winning recording of ‘The Floral Dance’.

Liza Pulman’s credits include performing with Glyndebourne Opera, starring in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the London Palladium as well as being part of the internationally renowned comedy trio Fascinating Aida.

Reviews of Liza Pulman Sings Streisand

“A little bit of Babs, a whole lot of brass” – Liverpool Sound and Vision

“Like a warm blanket folded around a pillow of beautifully delivered music and song, Liza Pulman nearly pulled off the impossible by almost outdoing Barbra Streisand herself.” – Chris High Reviews

“Those familiar with Barbra Streisand’s voice will know that tackling one of the many songs from her vast repertoire is no easy task, yet Pulman achieves impeccable pitch with effortlessness and ease” – North West End Review

“Ideal for those who adore Barbra Streisand’s extensive career.” – Love London Love Culture

“You don’t need to be a fan of Streisand to appreciate Liza Pulman’s performance. But after ninety minutes in Liza’s company, you will almost certainly become a fan of her.” – The Spy In The Stalls

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