After her initial success with a cover of Shout in 1964, Lulu went on to establish herself as one of the best-selling British female singers of the 1960s. She made her film debut in To Sir, with Love (1967), starring Sidney Poitier, and performed the title song, which went to No.1 in the US.
She was one of four joint winners of the 1968 Eurovision Song Contest with Boom Bang-a-Bang and later found success with her own self-titled BBC show. In 1974, she sang the title theme to the James Bond feature The Man with the Golden Gun.
In more recent years, she featured on the Take That hit Relight My Fire and has released an album of duets entitled Together. She recently appeared as a guest judge on BBC talent show Let It Shine, alongside long-time friend and collaborator Gary Barlow.
Lulu still has plenty to shout about as she embarks on another mammoth tour of the UK in 2019. If you haven’t seen Lulu live, then don’t miss this special opportunity as she recounts her remarkable life now at 70 years old and a career that has outshone many of her contemporaries.
Entitled Still on Fire, the show will be packed full of hits, in which Lulu takes you on a personal journey through her music. Supported by a four-piece band, with an LED screen showing family and career defining moments, she'll have you sitting, standing, dancing, singing, laughing and simply listening to her amazing story.
Last updated: April, 2019