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Competition: Win tickets to see Liza Pulman Sings Streisand at the Other Palace

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Fascinating Aida’s Liza Pulman, acclaimed singer and comedian, celebrates the legend of Barbra Streisand with her fabulous band, in this hugely successful and critically lauded five-star triumph.

Having played to packed houses across the country and two sell-out performances at Wilton’s Music Hall, Fascinating Aida’s Liza Pulman squeezes history, warmth and humour into this ‘world class show’ (Encore Radio).

Alongside her musical director Joseph Atkins, Liza ‘bewitches us with sheer vocal virtuosity and emotional expression’ (British Theatre), bringing not only her exceptional voice and compelling storytelling, but her own personal slant on Streisand’s life and music.

A must see for music lovers and Streisand fans everywhere, ‘get your tickets booked, I promise you won’t be disappointed’! (London Theatre)

★★★★★ Encore Radio, British Theatre, London Theatre, Gay UK, Stage Talk, Theatre Weekly, Jewish News, Love London Love Culture, British Theatre Guide, Carn’s Theatre Passion

For tickets and more information click here.

To win a pair of tickets to see Liza Pulman Sings Streisand at the Other Palace, London, go to thestage.co.uk/competitions and enter your details and put LIZA in the code box. Entries close at midnight on September 23.

Terms and conditions: Valid for performances on either October 15, October 28 or November 11, subject to availability. Travel and accommodation not included. Prize not transferable, non-refundable. No cash alternative. By entering the competition you agree to your contact details being passed securely to a third party who will only use them for the purpose of this competition and to your name being published in The Stage newspaper.

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