We took I Bought A Blue Car Today to London's glittering West End for 8 performances at the Vaudeville Theatre. It was really nice to be back in London and also quite fascinating to be there talking about the past ten years of my life in another country (the show is a sort of collection of stories and incidents that have happened to me since I went to live in America, culminating on my becoming an American citizen).
The best bit about the London show for me was the enormous picture that was hanging at the front of the stage as the audience entered. I snuck on with the band when they came on to tune up, and stood behind it, so that when it was pulled up the real me was revealed in the same pose as the picture. It was so Liza.
Here's a picture of the picture, and a picture of myself and Lance Horne, mid-song.
And also, a clip of me appearing on Loose Women to promote the show, including a very early in the day rendition of That's Life.