A LUCKY pair of music lovers are in for a treat this October.

The Journal has two tickets to give away for an evening with Scottish sixties' sensation Lulu at the Pavilion on Saturday, October 12.

As the name of her new show Still On Fire suggests, the seemingly timeless star still has plenty to shout about as she embarks on another mammoth tour of the UK.

Packed full of hits, Lulu will recount her remarkable life, now at 70 years old, and a career that has outshone many of her contemporaries in a dazzling show supported by a four-piece band, LED screen with carefully selected family and career defining moments.

A singer, songwriter, actress, national treasure are all labels that have been attributed to Lulu.

The singer had hits internationally with To Sir with Love from the 1967 film of the same name and with the title song to the 1974 James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun.

She also widely known for her Eurovision Song Contest 1969 winning entry Boom Bang-a-Bang, yet it is the smash hit Shout that catapulted Lulu to fame in 1964 as well as earning her the honour of perform the sparkling song at the closing ceremony of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

She has stayed the course, when many have faltered simply because her talent as an artist and her determination as a person. Her powerhouse performances have ensured a loyal following of fans who come out year after year to witness a legend at work, including a turn tripping the light fantastic in Strictly Come Dancing in 2011, an appearance in the Ab Fab: The Movie and supporting Take That earlier this year on tour.

Lulu will have you sitting, standing, dancing, singing, laughing and simply listening to an amazing story that started on November 3 1948, told with trademark Glaswegian patter.

If you haven’t seen Lulu live, then don’t miss this special opportunity on Saturday, October 12 at 7.30pm.

Tickets start at £34.50, available from rhylpavilion.co.uk or calling the box office on 01745 330000.

To be in with a chance of winning the tickets, all you have to do is answer this question. What year did Lulu close the Commonwealth Games? All answers, along with an address and contact number, must be emailed to duncan.rieder@newsquest.co.uk by midnight on Sunday, September 8 with the e-mail subject header 'The Journal Lulu Competition'.