Where’s Lulu? Play, Pie and a Pint

Two of our BAA clients, Romana Abercromby and Stephanie McGregor will be appearing in Play Pie and a Pint’s “Where’s Lulu?” beginning 30th April.

With a number one in America and a TV series in the UK, at 20 Lulu is a global star. But has she lost herself in an image others have created for her? Preparing to sing a song she hates at the 1969 Eurovision song contest, she relives events that got her there and decides she has to take control.

More information can be found here.


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