In the show, she will be interviewed for 90 minutes live on stage talking about her extraordinary career, from growing up in Hollywood to the present day. The evening will end with a few intimate songs from Liza, accompanied by her long-time musical director and pianist Billy Stritch, plus a Q&A session with her fans in the audience.
In a press statement, she commented, "I'm always so excited to return to Britain, which I’ve considered to be a second home for many years. I have so many friends there and I look forward to being back again for these special intimate evenings. Whenever I do concerts people always say they want to hear about me growing up, being on Broadway, in the movies, the people I’ve met and worked with… so this will give me a chance to share a lot more of those stories. I can’t wait to see you all again!"
The show will mark her fifth engagement at the London Palladium. She first appeared there in 1964 with her mother Judy Garland in two legendary sell-out concerts, and returned in solo concert runs in 1973, 1978 and 1986. She will be inducted into the London Palladium Hall of Fame when she appears, with her photograph hung next to her mother and beside Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr, Dean Martin and others that she has also had an intimate professional connection to.
The show will also be performed at Sheffield's City Hall Sept. 22 and Glasgow's Clyde Auditorium Sept. 24.
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