Barbra Streisand tribute act (Tina Law) is quite simply the best Streisand impersonator in the UK today. Tina has starred in top theatres, nightclubs and cruise ships. Highlights include seasons at the Café de Paris London, Hyatt Regency Hotel Dubai and Talk of London Drury Lane.
She even took her unique Barbra Streisand tribute show on a 28 nationwide theatre tour and also performs in her own one woman show called ‘Tina Law Sings Streisand’.
Tina is a versatile and accomplished performer whose repertoire ranges from the Great American Song Book to classic standards, big band swing and the more popular ballads of the day.
“I particularly wanted to catch Streisand – the tribute by the gorgeous Tina Law and her very accomplished band. Law’s natural affinity for cabaret provides the perfect platform to pay tribute to a world-class superstar. Experience, vocal talent and sheer professionalism commanded the intimate setting at the Hall and, superbly dressed in white, her performance shone through from entrance to exit.
Not seeking to repesent an impression, to take on a tribute of the work of an artiste like Streisand is a very exciting task, but this extremely talented Birminghm based entertainer produced it all – the light and shade, the full depth and, perhaps most important of all, the high and low moods in interpretation of every number.
All the hits were there in a superb 75 minute show, from The Way We Were, Second Hand Rose, People, On A Clear Day, For All We Know, each with the perfect delivery they deserve” – Barry Balmayne
“Tina Law looks and sounds every inch a Star, being attractive, tall and elegant. She has a great stage presence and looks uncannily like Streisand – even that wonderful smile.
Above all Tina has a marvellous voice which sounds remarkably just like Barbra Streisand, this in itself is a credit to Tina’s musicianship which is first class, with excellent phrasing and delivery of song. Her talent has been crafted from an early age and she has worked solidly from her teen years to the present day” – Mavis Cale