In this entertaining tribute, Terry Sanderson looks at the many aspects of Dietrich’s complex personality. He will explore her legendary movie career using generous clips from her best films then, accessing rare archive material, give a moving tribute to her phenomenal work as an anti-Nazi during WWII.
The evening culminates with a complete performance, on the big screen, of her fabulous one-woman show, with which she toured the world. Recorded in Australia in 1963, this is Dietrich at her peak, accompanied by Burt Bacharach and his orchestra. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see a legendary performer in dazzling form.
Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL
Saturday 16 February 2013 – 7.30pm
One performance only!
Advance tickets available from the National Secular Society:
Saturday 16 February 2013
You can read more about this show and about Marlene here:
Dietrich: A Woman Out On Her Own
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- “A great evening’s entertainment – Marlene was a force of nature”
- “What a star! This show made us laugh and cry and gawp in wonder at one woman’s bravery in sticking to her principles come what may. Deserves a longer run or transfer.”
- “Made us fall in love again with Marlene.”