Claudia Brücken's illustrious career began in 1984 as the lead singer of the ZTT art-goth electro group Propaganda and in March 2011, as a celebration of 27 years of recording and performing as Propaganda, Act, Onetwo and as herself, Claudia took to the stage at the Scala in London. Using the nucleus of her current band Onetwo, Claudia performed an exciting 98 minute live set playing selections from her career with a host of guests / former collaborators. Andy Bell (Erasure) performed two songs, their collaboration Delicious from Andy s 2005 solo album, followed by Act s duet Absolutely Immune . Heaven 17 s Glenn Gregory and Martin Ware performed three songs, Act s Snobbery and Decay , a total one off performance of Heaven 17 s Temptation in early demo style, and a never performed live duet, When your Heart Runs Out of Time originally recorded by Glenn, Claudia and Midge Ure for the Nicolas Roeg film Insignificance . Halfway through the show, the entire band of musicians left the stage leaving Claudia and former ZTT label mate Andrew Poppy alone to perform two intimate songs from their 2005 album Another Language , first a show-stealing rendition of Kate Bush's 'Running up that Hill' and also Roy Orbison s 'In Dreams', as just piano and voice. The sold out crowd were treated to a rare Propaganda reunion of Claudia, Susanne Freytag and Ralf Dörper who performed 4 songs from their Secret Wish album which included their iconic hit Duel and a super rare live performance of Propaganda s beautiful and much loved Dream within a Dream ! The entire 98 minute show containing 19 songs was professionally filmed and recorded and is now available as a DVD video and also as an audio live album.