Prepare to be transported to a world of glamorous Old Hollywood entertainment. Where fame, fate and misfortune collide...
Judy. Audrey. Marilyn. This sisterhood of stunning starlets lit up the silver screen for decades and kept tongues wagging with their scandalous off-screen antics.
These female fatales live again as award-winning actress Beth Burrows takes on each infamous woman, performing their most loved songs and shedding light on the shadowy secrets that stalked their careers.
Are you ready for glitz, glamour and
a few grim truths?
JUDY. MARILYN. AUDREY.
"I felt like I had drifted back to my childhood to when these glamorous women captured my heart – and Burrows has won my heart, too."
'Burrows gives an exceptional performance... This is a well thought out, eye-opening tribute to three legends of Old Hollywood'
THE SPY IN THE STALLS
"Gorgeous vocals, stunning stories and tremendously entertaining"
LONDON PUB THEATRES
THE STORY SO FAR...
'Sirens of the Silver Screen' debuted in Dubai, before being picked up by luxury cruise line Seabourn where it was performed across the world. It has enjoyed two critically-acclaimed London runs and toured venues in the UK.
Beth's sequel show 'Luck Be a Lady' premiered in 2021 to 5-star rave reviews. It explores the lives of Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra. It's the men's lives, but through the women's eyes...
"five stars - don't miss it"
Creator and performer Beth Burrows is an actress, singer and writer. She won the Off West End Award for 'Best Supporting Performance 2022'. Beth studied at the prestigious Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and the University of Bristol.
For more information about Beth please visit - www.bethburrows.com
"burrows is one to watch: she is fierce, original and intensely watchable"
THE SPY IN THE STALLS
LUCK BE A LADY
'If someone can let Cameron Mackintosh or Andrew Lloyd Webber know that they're missing out BIG time with Burrows, they can find her at the White Bear Theatre'
★★★★★ West End Best Friend
'Behind every successful man is a strong woman'
Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra dominated the stage and screen in the mid 20th Century. But beside and behind these golden gentlemen were a plethora of powerful, patient women who enabled their success.
The sequel to 'Sirens of the Silver Screen' brings brings the women out of the shadows and into the spotlight.
It's the men's lives, through the women's eyes.
'Luck Be a Lady' premiered in London in summer 2021, before transferring to another theatre in the autumn.