"A Talent to Amuse" produced by Martin Tickner, directed by Wendy Toye, Nigel Patrick and Douglas Squires, supervised by Robert Nesbitt.
26th December 1969 -17th January 1970
Congress Theatre, Eastbourne, the Duchess of Monte Polo in "Puss in Boots" , a pantomime by Phil Park and Alan Leigh, presented by Charles Vance and directed by Malcolm Clare, with Bruce Trent, Eddie Molloy
30th June-26th September, 1970
Palace Court Theatre, Bournemouth, , Judith Bliss in "Hay Fever" a comedy by Noel Coward, and Mrs. Bramson in "Night Must Fall" , a play by Emlyn Williams both presented by the Bournemouth Theatre Company and 1 directed by Michael Winter
27th January, 1971
Casson Studio Theatre, Cardiff, , June Buckridge in "The Killing of Sister George" , a play by Frank Marcus, presented by the Welsh Theatre Company and directed by Michael Winter.
10th October, 1972
Theatre Royal, York,, Lady Catherine Champion-Cheney in "The Circle" , a play by Somerset Maugham, I directed by Richard Digby Day, with Perlita Neilson
24th July, 1973
Royalty Theatre, London, Mrs. Doasyouwould- Is bedoneby in "The Water Babies", a musical by John Taylor. Directed by Ross Taylor, with Richard Willis, Hope Jackman, Yvonne Marsh, Eleanor McCready, Ted Merwood, David Morton, Jacob Witkin and Kim Williams.
London - Duches of Berwick in Oscar Wilde's "Lady Windermer's Fan"
Los Angeles - 3 Concerts with Michael Feinstein.
UK tour - Solo Concerts performing 15 songs from her repertoire.
1980 London - Special Appearance in "The Night Of 100 Stars"