Pop sensation and National Treasure, Lulu is renowned for her powerful voice and enduring career. Glaswegian born, she burst onto the music scene in the 1960s with her chart-topping debut single “Shout” at the age of 15. Her distinctive voice and energetic performances quickly garnered international acclaim.

Lulu’s career has been marked by versatility, extending beyond music to encompass acting and television hosting. Her iconic song “To Sir with Love,” from the film of the same name, became a timeless classic. Throughout the decades, Lulu continued to evolve, embracing various musical genres and collaborating with artists such as David Bowie and became the iconic leading voice for James Bond’s “The Man With The Golden Gun”.

Lulu’s contributions to the industry earned her numerous accolades, including a Grammy nomination for ‘Whos’ Foolin’ Who’.

Lulu stars alongside Diane Keaton in ‘Arthur’s Whisky’, a charming, feel-good comedy about living in the moment directed by Stephen Cookson. Now streaming on Sky Cinema.

Lulu’s vibrant personality and talent have made her a beloved figure in the entertainment world, with a career spanning over six decades.