★★★★ ‘The most feel-good show in town’ (The Daily Mail) has spread nostalgia and laughter throughout the UK and has the seal of approval from Victoria’s very own schoolchums and colleagues. Featuring the star of BBC1’s All Together Now, Paulus The Cabaret Geek ‘King of Cabaret’ (The Stage) with Michael Roulston (Fascinating Aïda) on piano, it is an evening of pure joy filled with Victoria’s best-loved songs, including the iconic Ballad of Barry & Freda (Let’s Do It) and the classic It Would Never Have Worked.
This show is for fans of Victoria and for those yet to discover her, to come together and relish her breathtaking wizardry with words. In telling Victoria’s story, Paulus unfolds his own. A relatable story of a 1970s childhood and what it really means to find your tribe. So, pair your stilettos with an oven glove, zip up your cocktail slacks and get booking!
‘Vic would have loved this’ Sue Devaney, dinnerladies
‘We loved it!’ Fascinating Aïda
★★★★ ‘Poignancy and heart’ The Scotsman
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