PETULA CLARK – ONCE MORE WITH LOVE
The First Lady of British Music Petula Clark returns to The Events Centre, Caloundra for her Australian Tour on Sunday 28 April at 2pm.
The legendary film and theatre music star and two-time Grammy Award winner will present a concert of sheer enjoyment for her audiences entitled “Once More With Love”. All of her timeless hits will be featured including, “Downtown”, “I Know A Place”, “Colour My World”, “A Sign Of The Times”, “I Couldn’t Live Without Your Love”, “Kiss Me Goodbye”, “The Other Man’s Grass”, “Don’t Sleep In The Subway”, “This Is My Song” (written for her by the great Charlie Chaplin) and many others. Having sold nearly 70-million records throughout her career spanning over 69 years, Petula Clark continues to reach for even more impressive levels of perfection.
Petula Clark started her professional career as an entertainer on BBC Radio, made her film debut in Maurice Elvey-directed comedy “Medal For The General” in 1944. Her film credits have since included “Vice Versa” with Anthony Newley (directed by Peter Ustinov), “The Card” with Alec Guinness, “Finian’s Rainbow” with Fred Astaire (a role that was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress), “Goodbye, Mr Chips” with Peter O’Toole, and many others. Her recording successes led to frequent appearances on American variety TV programs hosted by Ed Sullivan and Dean Martin. she was invited to host her own TV Special in the U.S. She is in constant demand with lead roles in major theatrical productions such as “Sound Of Music”, “Blood Brothers” and “Sunset Boulevard”. In 1998 she was honoured by Queen Elizabeth II by being made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire.
Enjoy this rare musical treat with the return of a true legend, Petula Clark, at The Events Centre, Caloundra on Sunday 28 April at 2pm.
“It is hard to imagine an octogenarian pop singer who is able to get over, without nostalgia, being part of a formula. But Clark comes very close to that here, her voice still possesses a remarkable clarity, and her command of her instrument is precise” Mark Deming – U.K Music Review Critic