21st --  Crazy Coqs --- London  


12th Oct - The Brindley Theatre - Runcorn


5th Dec -- The Pheasantry -Chelsea - London


26th Nov -- Old  Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead --

The doyenne of entertainment Patti Boulaye recently described as “A bundle of fizz” is back with her new one-woman show “I’m Comin Out”.   In the show, Patti weaves stories of her life and career, while comparing and contrasting it with the exciting life of the legendary singer Diana Ross.   She also sings songs by other such greats as Etta James, Puccini, Bizet and more.

Her moving autobiography ‘The Faith of A Child’ charts her life through wealth, poverty, near death in the Biafran War, to stardom. She was awarded an OBE for her charity work in the UK and Africa where she built five Clinics and also a school with Prince Harry’s charity.

Patti was the African face of Lux for 29 years and has starred in three major films: “Bisi” said to be Africa’s biggest grossing film, “Hussy” with Helen Mirren and “Music Machine” Britain’s answer to “Saturday Night Fever”. She’s a “Visiting Teaching Fellow” at Middlesex University with an Honorary Doctorate Degree for Arts and Education. Recent TVs include BBCTV “Celebrity Master Chef”, ‘The Real Marigold Hotel’ and ITV’s “Good Morning Britain”.

“Boulaye’s appeal lies as much in her ability to charm an audience as it does to woo them with a sublime talent as this production proves.” – The Stage

“I was totally smitten by Patti Boulaye ” – Musical Theatre Review

“Makes all others pale and unsatisfactory by comparison” – Cabaret Hotline

“Has the packed room hollering for more” – Lord Archer – The Spectator

“The audience was completely captivated by Ms. Boulaye’s talent and charisma.” – Jazz Journal


'Aretha & Me' -  2022 DATES

FEB --------

13th – New Theatre Royal   - Portsmouth 

26th – Epsom Playhouse – Epsom Surrey

MARCH -------

5th  -  Kenton Theatre – Henley-on-Thames

12th  - Albany Studio - Coventry

18th  - Crazy Coqs - London

25th -  Pizza Express - Birmingham

27th  - Oxford Festival - Oxford

APRIL: ------

9th  -  The Plough Arts Centre - Torrington

MAY: ------

7Th  - Spar Pavilion - Felixstowe

10th - Brindley  Theatre - Runcorn

12th - Lowther Pavillion - St Annes  

13th - Rhyl Pavilion

14th - Playhouse 2 – Shaw Theatre

20th -  Whitty Theatre - Wokingham

28th - Victoria Hall - Settle


Having been wowed by Patti Boulaye in last year’s production of 'Bille and Me', I couldn’t wait to see her new one woman show, ‘Aretha & Me’.
Tonight did not disappoint. Patti is a consummate story teller, with a wicked sense of humour, who by the end of the show had every member of the audience on their feet, dancing and singing.

London Life with Liz