February 24

Janis Joplin’s Summer of Love takes over Old Red Lion with new style residency: Tomorrow May Be My Last by Collette Cooper


Tomorrow May Be My Last is a highly acclaimed musical production featuring the legendary 1960s rock star Janis Joplin, brought to life by singer-songwriter and actor Collette Cooper. The play tells the story of a small-town girl’s journey to becoming a musical icon, with an incredible live band, original music, and a true rock feel.


The production captures the essence of Joplin’s troubled genius with a mix of dark humor and glimmers of hope, set against the backdrop of a Woodstock-vibe music festival in the height of the Summer of Love.


The play has been nominated for four Off West End Awards, including Best Musical Production and Best Leading Actor, and winner of the London Pub Theatre Standing Ovation Award for Best Solo Show written by Performer. It features all of Joplin’s greatest hits, alongside original material, with Cooper’s performance taking the audience on a roller-coaster ride of emotions.


The production provides an intimate and affordable setting, with a complimentary Southern Comfort cocktail with every ticket. It also offers a Woodstock vibe in the main pub, pre and post-show, and live music downstairs in the bar, continuing the festival atmosphere throughout the night.


Tomorrow May Be My Last is an uplifting, eye-opening, off-the-scale feel-good factor production that resonates with themes that are relevant today. The show has received critical acclaim, with one reviewer stating that “Collette Cooper doesn’t just play Janis Joplin – she becomes her before our very eyes!”

Tuesday 14th February – Saturday 6th May 2023

Tuesday – Saturday, 7.30pm
Saturday matinees, 3pm

Tickets Tickets are available from


Location Old Red Lion Theatre, 418 St John Street, London, EC1V 4NJ
Tickets Tickets are available from £15 – £25 including a complimentary
Southern Comfort cocktail and post-show music at certain shows