Venue Details

102 Star Starred
The Castro Theatre
429 Castro St San Francisco, CA 94114
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For a great dinner, visit the Firewood Cafe just up the street. The staff is friendly and the food is great, and reasonably priced.
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Bisou ... french bistro on Market only one block from the Castro Theater is great for before or after dinner ... they open at 5:30 so before is no problem and after you'll see the hip Castro crowd up close and person. Food and service are really excellent !!
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4.3 average rating
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27 events
10 reviews
12 stars
attended Mar 21 2009

I was very disappointed after first few songs. It felt like a bad karoake singer trying her best to mimic someone else. But it got better towards the end, and my family and I finally got to enjoy the night.

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35 reviews
13 stars
attended Mar 21 2009

I am a child of 1960s and remember how Petula Clark's song "Downtown" made me sparkle. She is so talented. Even at the age of what? 76? she was so positive and her voice was all right for the most part. She is a solid songwriter and has a...continued

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Salvatore Ragusa
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18 reviews
10 stars
attended Mar 21 2009

What a fanstastic evening of song, music, poetry, sharing. Wow, can Petula sing! I only regretted that the band overpowered her the first half of the show, but they got it right for the second half. and please someone tell the Castro Theater...continued

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Petula Clark sings at the Castro Theatre.  The English singer and international pop superstar is the most successful female solo recording artist in British pop history; she’s sold over 70 million records worldwide.  She’ll sing all her classic hits, including “Downtown,” “A Sign of the Times,” and “Don’t Sleep in the Subway”.