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Netflix is saying hello gorgeous this winter, as it gives Barbra Streisand fans an early Christmas present: a new concert film featuring the legend.
The actress, singer and songwriter is a veritable showbiz star, with a career that spans six decades. Last year, that culminated in her seventh tour, which journed across America. The Music, The Mem’ries, The Magic covered 13 cities with 14 different shows. In December last year, Netflix was on hand in Miami to capture the music, memories and magic on camera for those not in the audience.
The concert features not only Streisand but a host of celebrity guests, from Hugh Jackman to Melissa McCarthy – but when the trailer for the concert announces that the stage is set for the return of a legend, there’s no doubt who the world’s referring to. Directed by Jim Gamble and Streisand, the result will stream worldwide on Netflix this Wednesday 22nd November.
Here’s a trailer – or for more what’s coming soon to Netflix UK in November, click here.
Barbra: The Music … The Mem’ries … The Magic! is available on Netflix UK, as part of £7.49 monthly subscription.
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