Make your way to downtown Drysdale and head into the Potato Shed Sunday 28 October for an afternoon of nostalgia and great music as Hilary Henshaw embodies the spirit and emotion behind the fascinating Petula Clarke - so much more than a sixties pop princess who sang Downtown.
In a career spanning more than six decades, Petula Clarke has evolved from a child star bringing songs and messages (sometimes encoded!) to soldiers during World War Two to sixties sensation; a star of stage and screen; to concert performer, who still delivers with as much passion and skill as ever.
A superstar around the world, Clarke is as much at home performing in French as in English and is said to be as loved in France, (where she lived for many years), for her performances as the great Edith Piaf.
Hilary Henshaw, and her on-stage collaborator Will Conyers, will feature many of Clarke’s timeless hits including Sign of the Times, The Other Man’s Grass, This Is My Song and Downtown.
Come and revel in the nostalgia, the surprises and the beautiful compositions that have been recently created by a legend who continues to sing the song of her life.
Groups of 20 or more.
Seniors Festival special
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