But there was no acting, no cinematography, no special effects, no glorious technicolour. There was surround-sound in a way, though, as we were surrounded by the sound of the movies, surrounded by some magnificent music.
This show was a labour of love for singer and star Liza Pulman. Best-known as being one-third of cabaret comedy act Fascinating Aida, she is also an opera singer, actress and, as became clear on the night, a massive film fan.
Backed by Joseph Atkins and The Stardust Ensemble, she indulged her love of movie music with an evening of silver screen songs from titles as varied as Casablanca and Toy Story 2, from The Spy Who Loved Me to the much more obscure Love With The Proper Stranger.
And she nailed it every time.
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Review by Peter Harlow – West Briton