4 June, 1990
Theatre Royale Drury Lane
London, England, UK
Being Alive - A Celebration of the Genius of Stephen Sondheim
Presented by the Association of Artists Against AIDS.
Performers: Richard Angas, Dirk Bogarde, Christopher Booth-Jones, Sally Burgess, Edward Byles, Patricia Cameron, Len Cariou, Graham Clark, Petula Clark, Lorna Dallas, Susan Denaker, Janet Edwards, Susannah Fellows, Maria Friedman, Julia Hills, Murray Hipkin, Joji Hirota, Sally Ann Howes, Gloria Hunniford, David Kernan, Eartha Kitt, Bonnie Langford, Philip Langridge, Martyn Lewis, Simon Masterson-Smith, Siobhan McCarthy, Dursley McLinden, Robert Meadmore, Stefanie Powers, Jonathan Pryce, Denis Quilley, Simon Rattle, Anneka Rice, Malcolm Rivers, Eric Roberts, Liz Robertson, Jeremy Rose, Elise Ross, Michael Sadler, Ned Sherrin, Martin Smith, Elaine Stritch, and Alan Woodrow.
Petula performed Send in the Clowns [from A Little Night Music]

25 March, 1990
Shaftsbury Theatre
London, England UK
A Cook's Tour: Stars celebrate the Musical Theatre in a Tribute To Ray Cook Cabaret Time featuring Side by Side by Sondheim, with Kenneth Nelson, Mark Wynter, Julia McKenzie, Millicent Martin, David Kernon, Liz Robertson, Elaine Delmar, Anton Rodgers, Susannah Fellows, Denis Quilley, Maria Friedman, Beatrice Arthur, Dave Willets, Angela Lansbury and Petula Clark.

1 July, 1990
Butterworth Hall ~ Warwick Arts Centre
Coventry, England UK
Dave Willetts And Friends
Charity Event For The Priory Theatre Company, Kenilworth

August 9 - 29, 1990
Desert Inn
Las Vegas, Nevada USA
Rich Little (headliner)

Song List
  • I Know You're Out There, Somewhere
  • Don't Sleep in the Subway
  • Memory (from Cats)
  • I Couldn't Live Without Your Love
  • This is My Song
  • Paul McCartney medley:
    Silly Love Songs/Live & Let Die/With a Little Luck/Ebony & Ivory/
  • My Love/Someone's Knocking at the Door
  • Don't Cry for Me, Argentina (from Evita)
  • My Love/Downtown

October 4 - 9, 1990
Sovereign of the Sea
Carribbean cruise.

Song List
  • I Know You're Out There, Somewhere
  • Don't Sleep in the Subway
  • Memory (from Cats)
  • I Couldn't Live Without Your Love
  • This is My Song
  • I Know a Place
  • I Think About You
  • Paul McCartney medley:
    (Silly Little Love Songs/With a Little Little Luck/Ebony & Ivory/My Love/Someone's Knocking at the Door)
  • Don't Cry for Me, Argentina (from Evita)
  • My Love/Downtown
  • How Are Things in Glocca Morra? (from Finian's Rainbow)
  • You and I

and Musical Director,
Frank Owens
Photo courtesy of Frank Owens

2 November, 1990
Coventry, England UK

4 November, 1990
Piccadilly Hotel
Manchester, England UK

22 November, 1990
Barbican Centre
London, England UK
Opening Act: The Kings Sisters

Song List
  • I Know You're Out There Somewhere
  • Who Am I/Kiss Me Goodbye/ You're the One medley
  • I Think About You
  • Call Me
  • Memory (from Cats)
  • I Couldn't Live Without Your Love
  • Paul McCartney medley
  • Empty Spaces (from Someone Like You)
  • I Know a Place
  • This is My Song
  • Comme Une Priere (The Simple Song from Bernstein's Mass)
  • Don't Cry for Me, Argentina (from Evita)
  • My Love
  • Downtown
  • The Other Man's Grass is Always Greener
  • Let It Be Me
  • You'll Never Know
  • Unchained Melody
  • My Love Will Never Die (A tribute to her fans)


20 January, 1991
London Palladium
London, England UK
Kids At Heart
Charity Concert For Medical Aid For Free Romania.
Peter, Sally Ann Howes, Elizabeth Welch, Madeline Bell, Robert Meadmore, Lorna Dallas.
Petula reprised her role as Maria in the Sound of Music with "boys" from The Bill.

20 - 25 March, 1991
Cruise: Cape Town to Freetown, South Africa

16 April, 1991
Paris, France
UNICEF concert.

June 8 - 14, 1991
Cruise: Bermuda to New York, USA.

28 September, 1991
Civic Hall
, Guildford, England

2 October, 1991
Assembly Rooms
Derby, England UK
John Williams
Benefit for Refugees in Need.

1 - 2 November, 1991
Private engagements.

24 November, 1991
Marlowe Theatre
Canterbury, England UK
Grand Charity Gala in aid of SUS


23 February, 1992
Chichester Festival Theatre
Chichester, England UK

1 March, 1992
Cardiff, Wales, UK

  • 7 - 8 October, 1992
  • 9 October, 1992
  • 10 October, 1992
  • 11 October, 1992
  • 13 October, 1992
  • 16 October, 1992
  • 17 October, 1992
  • 18 October, 1992
  • 22 October, 1992
  • 24 October, 1992
  • 25 October, 1992
  • 28 October, 1992
  • 31 October, 1992
  • 2 November, 1992
  • 3 November, 1992
  • 6 November, 1992
  • 7 November, 1992
  • 8 November, 1992
  • Beck Theatre, Hayes, England UK
  • Apollo, Oxford, England UK
  • Alban Arena, St. Albans, England UK
  • Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol, England UK
  • Hippodrome, Birmingham, England UK
  • Concert Hall, Nottingham, England UK
  • St. George's Hal, Bradford, England UK
  • Southport Theatre, Southport, England
  • Ipswich Regent, Ipswich, England UK
  • Central Hall, Chatham, England UK
  • Festival Hall, Chichester, England UK
  • Guildford Civic Hall, Guildford, England UK
  • Fairfield Halls, Croydon, England UK
  • The Orchard, Dartford, England UK
  • St. David's Hall, Cardiff, Wales UK
  • Pavillion Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland UK
  • Sheffield City Hall, Sheffield, England
  • Davenport Theatre, Stockport, England UK
1992 UK TOUR


Song List
  • Music
  • I Couldn't Live Without Your Love
  • This is My Song
  • Elton John Medley
  • Everything I Do, I Do it for You (theme from Robin Hood)
  • I Know a Place
  • If I Only Had You
  • Music of the Night (from Phantom of the Opera)
  • The Last Night of the World (from Miss Saigon)
  • I Dreamed a Dream (from Les Miserables)
  • Beat Out that Rhythm on the Drum
  • Memories (from Cats)
  • Don't Sleep in the Subway
  • Eidelweiss (from The Sound of Music)
  • Those are the Days of Our Lives (tribute to Freddie Mercury)
  • Dance Medley: Dancing in the Street/I Can't Dance/Do You Wanna Dance
  • Don't Cry for me Argentina (from Evita)
  • Kiss Me Goodbye/Colour My World/My Love/Downtown
  • Oxygen
  • Don't Give Up/Tomorrow/Look for the Silver Lining
  • World in Union

Photos by Philip Meehan

Photos courtesy of Don Pence.

Photo by Gary Schmidt

Photos by Brenda Redpath

Photo by Gary Schmidt


  • July 9 - 10, 1993
  • July 16-17, 1993
  • July 23-24, 1993
  • July 30-31, 1993
  • August 6, 1993
Hotel Intercontinental
Private engagements for State Farm Insurance.

Song List
  • Lovely Day
  • Don't Sleep in the Subway
  • Memory (from Cats)
  • I Couldn't Live Without Your Love
  • C'est Ma Chanson
  • Elton John Medley
  • These Are the Days of Our Lives
  • I Know a Place
  • I Dreamed a Dream (from Les Miserables)
  • My Love/Downtown
  • Les Feuilles Mortes
  • The Other Man's Grass is Always Greener
  • America the Beautiful

10 August, 1993
Markeaton Park
Derby, England UK

Markeaton Park
Derby, England
August 10, 1993

In Rehearsal

In Concert

All photos by Brenda Redpath

November 22, 1993
Walt Whitman Auditorium
Brooklyn, New York USA
Charity Event.

Song List
  • Lovely Day
  • Don't Sleep in the Subway
  • Memory (from Cats)
  • I Couldn't Live Without Your Love
  • This is My Song
  • Elton John Tribute
    (Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word/ Benny and the Jets/Your Song/Honky Cat)
  • I Think About You
  • I Know a Place
  • I Dreamed a Dream (From Les Miserables)
  • My Love
  • Downtown
  • You and I
  • Color My World
  • Let it Be Me


May 1, 1994
Brooklyn Academy of Music
Brooklyn, New York USA
Benefit for Haitian & New York Missions
Fraternite Notre-Dame's French Chorus with Myriam Philidor Dorisme & her Musicians and Petula Clark.

August 3-5, 1994
Cunard Queen Elizabeth 2
Cruise: Southampton, England to New York, USA.

August 25, 1994
Seaside Park
Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, New York USA

18 December, 1994
Dominion Theatre
London, England UK
The International Achievement In Arts Awards

Achievement In Arts Award

"An Achievement Award!
Probably there's quite a lot out there like me wondering what is it exactly she's achieved. I've really just been living my life. In which case all of us should have one of these. Most of my life has been spent traveling around all over the world singing, playing, acting - with musicians, fellow actors, singers, technicians, backstage people and lighting and sound, producers, directors, and designers from every color and creed from all over the world and it's been great fun. I haven't noticed the time passing and I've enjoyed it immensely. I've learned an awful lot. Anyway I must say I'm still learning. Tonight on this very British stage with this wonderful applause I feel particularly British and very proud and happy to be so. I've known for some time that I've been blessed and I'm acutely aware of it tonight. I accept this with gratitude and I hope with grace."

- Petula Clark's speech on receiving an Achievement In Arts Award - London 1994.

Fellow recipients


February 27, 1995
Bimbo's 365 Club
San Francisco, California USA
Broadway Cares /Equity Fights Aids
Starring Petula, David Cassidy and the Blood Brothers Touring Company cast.

Benefit: Festive Mood at Bimbo's
'Brothers' Cast Takes Night Off to Sing Songs

Petula Clark, David Cassidy give time for AIDS benefit
by Octavio Roca

Chronicle Staff Critic

      What do stars do on their night off? They shine anyway.
      At least that was the case as Petula Clark, David Cassidy and the cast of Blood Brothers gave up their free Monday night to put on a musical review at Bimbo's to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The cause was noble, the mood festive and the singing as good as it gets.
      The beginning was magical. Lights dimmed, the din was hushed and Clark's inimitable voice broke the silence with an improvisation ending in the single word "Downtown." The crowd went crazy.
      She then appeared atop a grand piano singing "Somewhere," by the Moody Blues. Looking at once earthy and ravishing, her voice miraculously fresh, the pop diva quickly moved on to Tony Hatch's "Don't Sleep in the Subway" and a generous set of a dozen British songs by everyone from Elton John to Andrew Lloyd Webber.
      The voice was fragile at first, the phrasing sensual from the start. By the time she warmed up in "Subway," the familiar Pet sound was sweeter than memory might suggest.
      Here was the voice that defined the urbane, sexier side of the '60's British Invasion. The public gave up a lot when it allowed the divorce of pop from rock and roll. France kept its Mireille Matthieu, Italy its Mina and Milva, England its Pet Clark. Barbra Streisand still nurtures the pop tradition on this side of the Atlantic. But these are the exceptions to a rule that keeps songs such as Hatch's from reaching the mass audience they once enjoyed.
      "Strangers Once Again," a touching new tune from Clark's next album, hinted that the future may be brighter. The best news of all was Clark's singing itself, however. Her stage banter was winning too.
      "I knew Elton long before he had hair," she quipped before launching into his " Crocodile Rock" and other hits from the '70s, "before he got married and confused millions." She continued her "bouquet from the U.K." with "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina," which made stunning use of the trademark Clark grace notes and brought a flavor all its own to the Lloyd Webber hit.
      "My Love" had the audience giddy with pleasure. "Downtown" had it singing back the chorus. "All my life I have waited to play Bimbo's," joked this woman who has commanded the stage from the Copacabana to the Olympia, from Broadway to the West End. In truth, there can have been but few happier performances in her illustrious career than this intimate, exuberant concert in San Francisco Monday night.
      Cassidy had a tough act to follow, but he, too, knows a thing or two about bringing a crowd to a frenzy. He captured the spirit of Bimbo's very well: Incredibly cool, totally retro, shamelessly entertaining, Cassidy put together a tribute to the late Bobby Darin that fit the place as naturally as it fit his attractive voice.
      "Dream Lover" was delicious, "Up a Lazy River" even better. Composers as varied as Charles Trenet and Kurt Weil brought out the best in this singer, who would do well to record his own cover of "Mack the Knife." A crooner, a belter and a pretty sexy guy, Cassidy managed to pay homage to his idol at the same time as he reminded us of his own considerable magnetism.
      The Blood Brother musicians, with particularly excellent saxophones and drums, also donated their time for the AIDS benefit along with two attractive sets of backup vocal trios from the cast: Perry Ojeda, Leslie Ann Hendricks, Mark McGrath, Marcy D. Nezza, Yvette Lawrence and Walter Hudson.
      The six young singers joined the two stars for the finale, which began with Clark and Cassidy each singing one of the other's hits. Clark had a ball with "I Think I Love You," although bubble gum is clearly not her strong suit. Cassidy, for his part, really soared in "I Know a Place," which brought the pair together before a rousing finale of "Tell Me It's Not True" from Blood Brothers. The cheers at the end were long, loud and deserved.

All photos by Dave Rossi

May 22, 1995
Symphony Space
New York City, New York USA
A Tribute Concert In Memory Of Steven F. Banyai
Petula. Carole King, Helen Reddy, Broadway Cast Members Of Blood Brotheres. (Stars listed in alphabetical order.) Proceeds of concert went to the family of the doorman at the Music Box Theatre on Broadway where all three stars had played Mrs Johnstone between 1993 and 1995

June 27, 1995
Paper Mill Playhouse
Millburn, New Jersey, USA

July 16, 1995
Hershey Park Amphitheatre
Hershey, Pennsylvannia, USA

Photos courtesy of Michael Balzer

Song List
  • I Know You're Out There Somewhere
  • Don't Sleep in the Subway
  • Memory
  • I Couldn't Live Without your Love
  • This is Your Song
  • Elton John Medley
    (Sorry is the Hardest Word/Crocodile Rock/Your Song)
  • Let it Be Me
  • I Know a Place
  • My Love
  • Downtown
  • America the Beautiful

5 November, 1995
Prince Edward Theatre
London, England UK
AIDS charity benefit.
Petula performed I Love Paris, and One More Day [from the musical King.)

December 22 - 26, 1995
Cunard Queen Elizabeth 2
Cruise: New York USA to Southampton, England UK


9 June, 1996
Derngate Theatre
Northampton, England UK
Petula Clark - Benefit for Bosnia

Song List

  • I Know You're Out There Somewhere
  • I Couldn't Live Without Your Love
  • In This Life
  • This is My Song
  • Elton John Medley
    (Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word/Crocodile Rock/Your Song/The One/Honky Cat)
  • How Are Things in Glocca Morra (from Finian's Rainbow)
  • Tell Me It's Not True (from Blood Brothers)
  • The Other Man's Grass
  • Don't Give Up/Tomorrow/Look for the Silver Lining

  • Beat Out That Rhythm on a Drum
  • Don't Sleep in the Subway
  • With One Look (from Sunset Boulevard)
  • Let it Be Me
  • I Concentrate on You
  • Kiss Me Goodbye (audience request)
  • Losing My Mind
  • I Know a Place
  • As if We Never Said Goodbye
  • My Love/Downtown
  • Un Enfant
  • World in Union

25 October, 19965
Golder's Green, London UK
A gala concert from the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London, with the BBC Concert Orchestra, led by Martin Loveday, conducted by Kenny Clayton and Martin Yates.
Recorded for BBC Radio 2 and aired on 2 November, 1996. During the interval, Sheridan Morley chatted with Petula about her career.

Golder's Green
2 November, 1996
BBC 2 Radio Broadcast

Part I
  • Here We Are
  • I Couldn't Live Without Your Love
  • This is My Song
  • Elton John Medley
    (Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word/Crocodile Rock/Your Song/The One/Honky Cat)
  • Losing My Mind
  • I Concentrate on You
  • The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
  • Tell Me It's Not True
  • Don't Give Up/Tomorrow/Look for the Silver Lining
Part II
  • With One Look
  • The Perfect Year
  • As if We never Said Goodbye
  • Don't Sleep in the Subway
  • Strangers Once Again
  • La Petite Valse Parisienne--French medley
  • Let it Be Me
  • Beat Out That Rhythm on a Drum
  • Comme Une Priere
  • I Know You're Out There Somewhere
  • The Other Man's Grass is Always Greener
  • Downtown


28 September, 1997
Beverly Hilton Hotel
Beverley Hills, California USA
The 3rd International Achievement In Arts Awards
Hosted by Robert Wagner.


  • 30, January 1998
  • 31, January 1998
  • 1 February, 1998
  • 5 February, 1998
  • 6 February, 1998
  • 7 February, 1998
  • 13 February, 1998
  • 14 February, 1998
  • 15 February, 1998
  • Pavillion Theatre, Rhyl, Wales, UK
  • Victoria Theatre, Halifax, England
  • Theatre Royal, Norwich, England
  • Fairfield Halls, Croydon, England
  • Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn, England
  • Anvil Theatre, Basingstoke, England
  • Colston Hall, Bristol, England
  • Derngate Theatre, Northampton, England
  • Festival Theatre, Chichester, England
Part I ~ 1998 Where the Heart Is, UK Tour

Song List

  • I Know You're Out There Somewhere
  • Here We Are
  • Don't Sleep in the Subway
  • As If We Never Said Goodbye
  • (Hello)
  • Time After Time (from "Where the Heart Is")
  • Color My World
  • You and I (from "Goodbye Mr. Chips")
  • Look to the Rainbow/How Are Things in Glocca Morra? (from "Finian's Rainbow")
  • I Dreamed a Dream (from "Les Miserables"
  • Losing My Mind (from "Follies")
  • The Theatre
  • Tell Me It's Not True (from "Blood Brothers")
  • Jazz number
  • This is My Song
  • I Concentrate on You I
  • Know a Place
  • Where the Heart Is (from "Someone Like You")
  • I Couldn't Live Without Your Love
  • With One Look
  • My Love/Downtown

  • La Vie en Rose (with Petula on piano)
  • The Other Man's Grass is Always Greener
  • Memory
  • I'll Be Here for You

  • 6 - 7 March, 1998
  • 12 March, 1998
  • 14 March, 1998
  • March, 1998
  • 18 March, 1998
  • 20 - 22 March, 1998
  • Burswood Casino, Perth, Western AUSTRALIA
  • Civic Theatre, Newcastle, NSW AUSTRALIA
  • Evans Theatre, Sydney, NSW AUSTRALIA
  • Holston Park, Canterbury NSW AUSTRALIA
  • Empire Theatre, Toowoomba. QlD AUSTRALIA
  • Twin Towns, Coolangatta-Tweed Heads QLD AUSTRALIA
1998 Australian Tour

Petula with fan Stuart Wilkinson

Photos by Vicki Wilkinson

Musical Director Grant Sturiale

Monday March 9 1998
Review: Ron Banks
     Over the past decade the Burswood Showroom has allowed a long list of veteran artists to prove that advancing age does not necessarily mean that talent has died and retirement beckons.
      In a sense there is no such thing as retirement for the genuine artist whose chosen means of expression is the very breath of life itself. Try telling the 88 year old Victor Borge the most senior artist to appear at the Burswood in recent years, that his use by date is up or that marvellous hoofer Shirley Maclaine.
      This brings me to Petula Clark who has been around so long that she is not so much an entertainer as an institution rather like the Queen Mum. Her career dates back to the 1940's, where she was a child star whose popularity, so I am told led to a newspaper comic strip called Our Pet. That's quite some reputation from an early age and she?s been living up to it ever since.
      Her Burswood concert revealed that the vocal cords are still in fine fettle, she moves with economical grace and her acting skills invest her show with a good deal more character insights than we usually get with singers. Petula Clark has always been in love with the theatre and it shows. Whether dropping in a monologue about the magic of theatre or chatting to the audience about meeting Fred Astaire or any other showbiz personality, Clark brings a sense of easy charm and freshness to her act.
      That's the beauty of the skilled actress, of course, making the repetition of your craft seem spontaneously created just for that audience. No wonder Andrew Lloyd-Webber wanted her for the role of Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard. Her interpretation of Just One Look, the shows standout number, gave full measure of the anguish behind the fading movie star?s dream of a comeback to the bright lights of the studio.
      Clark's performance took the audience on a journey back through her stage shows films and hit songs. She has the advantage over many veteran singers that in recent years she has managed to reinvent herself as a stage performer with long runs in Sunset ant Willy Russell's Blood Brothers. This has given her newer material to work with providing a neat counterweight to the old hits like Downtown, I Know A Place and Don't Sleep In The Subway. She also borrows freely from musicals she hasn't been in - Cats and Les Mis in particular. Her version of Memory from Cats cleansed the song of its cloying saccharine-like sentimentality, investing it with a tougher more astringent tone.
      Clark admitted she had originally recorded a longer version that had not pleased her. The new version showed a singer still prepared to work at her craft to get it right.
      Clark is touring Australia with her Musical Director and a keyboard player, relying on back-up musicians in each city to form her orchestra. The Perth players deserve mention for their ability to slip in behind the MD and follow the charts with impeccable musicianship. They sound as if they have been backing Clark all their lives instead of this one off occasion. And just when she was sounding so relaxed with her band, Clark decided to demonstrate another side to her versatility, - singing solo at the piano. In her early days in France (which was seen as desertion by the British, but that's another story) Clark, even met Edith Piaf who was in her declining years. She was able to witness Piaf's remarkable way with a love song and chose to interpret the very famous and tender La Vie en Rose. But Clark is clever enough not to copy slavishly; she gives us her version in whatever she does.
      There was plenty of material for nostalgia buffs in her concert, but there was never a sense of a veteran pumping out routine arrangements just to keep the punters happy as they relived the songs of their youth.
      This is a lady still at the top of her profession; a singer who puts demands on herself and delivers. A mature performer, certainly, but by no means a spent force.
      Vive Pet.
20th March, 1998
Review by Sherele Moody

     Exquisite' was the only way to describe Petula Clark's performance at the Empire Theatre on Wednesday night. The world renowned star of Sunset Boulevard, Peter Ustiniov's 'The Card' and two time Grammy Award winner, performed with the ethereal spell binding style which made Fred Astaire, Bette Davis and Petula's personal idol Edith Piaf famous.
      She may have captivated the conservative mixed Toowoomba and Brisbane audience with her talent for piano, poetry and performing, but when she described the Empire and Toowoomba as magnificent she had won their hearts. To add melody to the tune of praise, she went on to describe the theatre as being far superior to any in the United Kingdom. High praise from a songstress who has graced the boards of Broadway and the West End. It was easy to tell the star, who was coy about her 60-something years during an interview with the Chronicle before the show, became a polished and expert performer during the hey day of the 1940's show biz scene. She began her career by entertaining troops during World War II and made her big screen debut at the age of 12.
      In between world renowned hits like 'Downtown', Petula dazzled the enthusiastic audience with songs from some famous and not so famous musicals.
      Particularly striking was her rendition of 'Memories' from Cats and the the evocotive Charlie Chaplin penned 'This Is My Song'. Her voice remained smooth and supple throughout the 90 minute performance.

September 2-7, 1998
Superstar Showroom
Resorts Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey USA

Backstage -
Photo by Jack Ewing

Posing with fans -
Photo by Lou Ann Shields

Resorts "Choir"
Photo by Daniel Bédard

Photo by Joe Shields

Song List
  • I Know You're Out There Somewhere
  • Here We Are
  • Don't Sleep in the Subway
  • As If We Never Said Goodbye (Wednesday)
  • Memory (Thursday)
  • This Is My Song
  • Color My World
  • You and I
  • Look to the Rainbow
  • How Are Things in Glocca Morra?
  • I Dreamed a Dream
  • Losing My Mind
  • "Theater" poem
  • Tell Me It's Not True
  • I Know a Place
  • I Concentrate on You
  • I Couldn't Live without Your Love
  • With One Look
  • My Love (briefly)
  • Downtown
  • Memory (Wednesday)
  • The Other Man's Grass (Thursday)
  • Here for You
Peutla with fan Jack Ewing.

Petula with fan Kate Wulf
Photos by Marianne Christenson

  • 15 September, 1998
  • 16 September, 1998
  • 18 September, 1998
  • 19 September, 1998
  • 20 September, 1998
  • 22 September, 1998
  • 23 September, 1998
  • Cheltenham Town Hall, Cheltenham, UK
  • Rhyl Pavilion, Rhyl, Wales, UK
  • Leamington Spa, Royal Spa Centre, UK
  • The Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells, UK
  • Pavilion, Worthing, UK
  • Hexagon, Reading, UK
  • De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, UK
Part II ~ 1998 Where the Heart Is, UK Tour

30 September, 1998
Photos by Mac Castro

25 September, 1998

Photos by Laurie Parsons Zenobio

Photos by Mac Castro


November 1, 1999
Club Fugazi
San Francisco, California USA
The Richmond Ermert AIDS Foundation and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS benefit. Featuring PETULA and other cast members of the Sunset Boulevard American tour.

Club Fugazi Benefit After-Party
San Francisco, California
November 1, 1999
All photos by Dave Rossi

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