The Heart Of It

Following her highly acclaimed West End tour de force Liza Pulman Sings Streisand, Liza returns with her brand new show THE HEART OF IT. Once again in the company of her band of ace musicians, Liza rediscovers and reimagines timeless classics and lost gems that have no business being lost. Her funny, intelligent and emotional connection to lyrics and melody goes straight to the heart of every song with a diverse and eclectic range of influences through Michel Le Grand, Irving Berlin, Randy Newman, Judy Collins and a host of others.

Sharing anecdotes rich in warmth and humour, Liza will have you laughing one minute and crying the next in an evening which will both break your heart and make it sing.

The new album THE HEART OF IT has been postponed until 2021 with the premiere of the new show at London’s Riverside Studios postponed until the spring of 2022. The album was recorded at Peter Gabriels’ Real World Studios with legendary producer Chris Porter at the helm with guest musicians including Danny Cummings (drums, Mark Knopfler / Dire Straits), Tony Levin (bass, Peter Gabriel, King Crimson), Chris Cameron (piano, George Michael) Simon Lepper and Joe Stilgoe. Listen to tracks from the forthcoming album here

THE HEART OF IT will be touring theatres and festivals from Spring 2022.

Liza Pulman Sings Streisand

Acclaimed singer and comedienne, and one third of the satirical comedy group Fascinating Aida, Liza Pulman celebrates the legend of Barbra Streisand in the five-star triumph, Liza Pulman Sings Streisand. Alongside Musical Director Joseph Atkins and backed by her fabulous band, Liza presents an intimate evening of iconic songs and fascinating anecdotes, bringing to the stage not only her exceptional voice, but also her own personal slant on Streisand’s life and music.

Liza mixes history, warmth and humour in this “truly world class show” (Encore Radio), that has played to sold-out houses and standing ovations at Andrew Lloyd Webber’s theatre The Other Palace, Wilton’s Music Hall and The Lyric in London’s West End.

“Pulman may look bright and beautiful and demure, but she knows how to wield a flick-knife”★★★★ Clive Davis, The Times

“Bewitches us with sheer vocal virtuosity and emotional expression”★★★★★ British

“Amazing, her voice was truly wonderful”★★★★★ Jewish News