“McClatchy has a sensational vocal range and the comic skills of a Lucille Ball.”
Coral Drouyn, Stage Whispers
Lulu has most recently been performing as one of the lead roles “Tania” in the brand new Australian SEXCERCISE the Musical.
She recently brought her comedy musical SuperGirly- Return of the Pop Princess, to Chapel off Chapel which co-stars the extremely talented and green room nominated Lyall Brooks. It was a huge success and asked back for a return season and there are plans to start touring in 2016.
Also in 2013 Lulu returned to the Theatre Playing ‘Helen’ in Neil Lebute’s ‘Fat Pig’ for Lab Kelpie Productions.
Lulu was recently seen in a guest role for series 3 of House Husbands for Channel 9. Lulu also featured in four films released in 2012 and 2014, “AQUAMARINE” , “THE SUNSET SIX”, “6 PLOTS” and “NOT SUITABLE FOR A CHILDREN”.
Lulu first started making her mark in the UK by writing and performing her own Shows, taking the Edinburgh Festival by storm, then embarking on a string of UK tours, selling out night after night. Personally requested to support Sir Elton John on the Australian leg of his 2002 World Tour, Lulu then went on to co – star in the Just for Laughs 22 date tour of Canada and the USA in October/November 2002 along side Harland Williams, Louis Ramey and Ron White to name a few.
Lulu then proceeded to write and perform 3 successful West End sell out shows called SUPERGIRLY 2000, SUPERGIRLY LIVE 2002 and GLITTER WONDERLAND 2002.
Lulu has also performed on ‘Children In Need’, presented on BBC1’s ‘Live And Kicking’, hosted a show on ITV1 called ‘Take The Mike’. As well as staring in her own sitcom, simply called ‘SuperGirly’ for BBC TV.
As well as supporting Elton John in 2002, Lulu was also invited to perform at Elton John’s private party ‘The Tiara Ball’ at his Windsor home. Guests included stars Mick Jagger, Jerry Hall, The Spice Girls, Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas, among others. Lulu also performed exclusively for Madonna, Bob Geldoff, Queen, Dolce & Gabanna and Bananarama. Other fans of her work include Jennifer Saunders, Ade Edmondson, David Furnish and Boy George. Lulu’s show ‘SuperGirly’ has quickly become a requested show for private celebrity parties. Showing her versatility as a comedic actress Lulu received rave reviews for her role as the politically incorrect ‘Cassandra’ in the SBS series “BOGAN PRIDE”.
And in 2012 Lulu won a best actress award in the Maverick Movie Awards in LA and also won for best performance in a short film for her leading role in ‘Auditioning Fanny’. And another short film ‘Muff’ by the same director Mia Kate Russell, also staring Lulu has been included in the ABC’s of Death DVD for 2015.
Check out Lulu’s personal website here. Lulu McClatchy.