ELTON John wrote songs with her, David Bowie produced and recorded with her, Paul McCartney duetted with her and one of the Bee Gees married her.

However, Lulu’s list of achievements go well beyond that.

The music icon - widely known for her Eurovision Song Contest 1969-winning entry - will be sharing her life story and the behind-the-scenes stories of her remarkable career at The Brindley on Thursday, May 25, 2023 in ‘Lulu – For The Record’.

It is described as a ‘once-in-a-lifetime insight’ into the star’s incredible life and experiences with the world’s musical legends.

With chart success in every decade since the 1960s and number one hits on both sides of the Atlantic, Lulu has made music and memories with the greatest of all time.

Along the way, she has also had Ivor Novello Awards, Grammy nominations and penned an international hit for Tina Turner.

She even sang the title track to the James Bond movie, The Man with the Golden Gun, starring Roger Moore.

Never one to rest on her laurels, Lulu took on the stage and screen too – starring in TV, films and West End productions and even fronting her own Saturday night TV show for years.

Lulu said: “I’m excited to be sharing my story and my music with my first tour in four years. It’s been an incredible story and I’m looking forward to telling that in For The Record.

"This is a completely different show to anything I’ve ever done before.”

Tickets go on sale tomorrow, Friday at 10am. Visit thebrindley.org.uk or call 0151 907 8360.