From Shout to James Bond, from To Sir With Love to The Eurovision Song Contest; Lulu is a bona fide British music legend. On the eve of the 60th anniversary of Shout, she’ll be touring the UK for the first time since Autumn 2019 with her most intimate show to date.
 
For The Record will combine remarkable stories and stunning clips with song. The show will be a chance to get to know the star, who has entertained legions of fans across 60 glorious years.
 
The tour will start on April 15 2023 at Eastleigh Thornden Hall before visiting Scotland, Wales and all corners of England with 31 dates in Spring. It will resume in Scotland on October 4 for a further 30 dates, ending at Cheltenham Town Hall on November 12th.
 
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 which I am looking forward to telling in For The Record. This is a completely different show to anything I’ve ever done before.”
 
The show will feature stories from Lulu’s remarkable career – from being friends with The Beatles to marrying a Bee Gee, from winning the Eurovision Song Contest to enjoying a colossal hit with Shout, from her relationship with David Bowie to the wonder of Relight My Fire, her Number One with Take That. There’ll be exclusive photography and video footage as well as incredible songs from a pop icon, whose star continues to burn bright.
 Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Friday 1st July direct from the venues.
LULU – FOR THE RECORD; FULL 2023 TOUR DATES!

APRIL 2023
 
Weds 19 – Falkirk, FTH
Thurs 20 – Dundee, Whitehall Theatre
Fri 21 – Musselburgh, The Brunton
Sat 22 – Greenock, Beacon Arts Centre
Sun 23 – Kilmarnock, Palace Theatre
Weds 26 – Bristol, St George’s
Thurs 27 – Neath, Gwyn Hall
Fri 28 – Porthcawl, Grand Pavilion
Sat 29 – Newport, Riverside
Sun 29 – Hereford, Courtyard
 
 
MAY 2023
 
Weds 3 – Bury St Edmunds, The Apex
Thurs 4 – King’s Lynn, Corn Exchange
Fri 5 – Lincoln, New Theatre
Sat 6 – Brierley Hill, Town Hall
Sun 7 – Loughborough, Town Hall
Weds 10 – Whitley Bay, Playhouse
Thurs 11 – Stockport, Forum Theatre
Fri 12 – Bolton, Albert Halls
Sat 13 – Scarborough, Spa Theatre
Sun 14 – Yarm, The PAA
Weds 17 – Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre
Thurs 18 – Swindon, Wyvern Theatre
Fri 19 – Dunstable, Grove Theatre
Sat 20 – Clacton, West Cliff
Sun 21 – Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall
Weds 24 – Lichfield, Garrick
Thurs 25 – Runcorn, The Brindley
Fri 26 – Lancaster, Grand Theatre
Sat 27 – Bradford, St George’s
Sun 28 – Warrington, Parr Hall
 
OCTOBER 2023
 
Weds 4 – Oban, Corran Hall
Thurs 5 – Hamilton, Town House
Fri 6 – Stirling, Albert Halls
Sat 7 – Aberdeen, Tivoli
Sun 8 – Dunoon, Queen’s Hall
Weds 11 – Blackburn, St George’s
Thurs 12 – Buxton, Opera House
Fri 13 – Leeds, City Varieties
Sat 14 – Harrogate, Theatre
Sun 15 – New Brighton, Floral Pavilion
Weds 18 – Exeter, Corn Exchange
Thurs 19 – Swansea, Grand Hall
Fri 20 – Frome, Memorial Theatre
Sat 21 Barnstaple, Queen’s Theatre
Sun 22 – Wimborne, Tivoli
Weds 25 – Guildford, G Live
Thurs 26 – Herne Bay, King’s Hall
Fri 27 – Ipswich, Corn Exchange
Sat 28 – Hastings, White Rock Theatre
Sun 29 – Harpenden, Eric Morecombe Centre
 
NOVEMBER 2023
 
Weds 1 – Redditch, Palace Theatre
Thurs 2 – Epsom, Playhouse
Fri 3 – Aldershot, Prince’s Hall
Sat 4 – Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall Theatre
Sun 5 – Basildon, Towngate Theatre
Weds 8 – Corby, The Core
Thurs 9 – Telford, Oakengate
Fri 10 – St Helens, Theatre Royal
Sat 11 – Birmingham, Town Hall
Sun 12 – Cheltenham, Town Hall