Age Restriction: Suitable for all ages, babes in arms are not admitted.
Frank Sinatra remains one of the most recognised names in the music world, 17 years after his death in 1998 and 100 years since his birth in 1915. With this in mind it is only right that the latter milestone is marked with this stand-out celebratory concert at the London Palladium.
It will undoubtedly attract a lot of attention as it forms one part of a wealth of celebrations that will take place and also brings with it the approval of Sinatra’s family, making this a must-see event for audiences around the world.
Sinatra At The London Palladium will take audiences on a memorable journey through the career of the one of the world’s most famous artists. Not only will they be able to relive classic performances, they will also gain other insights into the man himself as interviews are played out alongside family films. The show utilised multi-media to make it all possible, whilst also recruiting some talented dancers and musicians, totalling more than 40 practitioners, who will ensure that this is something to remember.
And it all comes to the London Palladium, a location that hosted Sinatra more than 60 years ago and continues to stage well known performers to this day.
Fans of Sinatra will undoubtedly strive to get hold of theatre tickets as the event plays out through the summer. After all, the multi-talented performer made many fans with his wealth of stage performances and film appearances both on his own and as part of the famous Rat Pack. From hit tunes like Come Fly With Me and New York, New York to albums such as Only The Lonely and Sinatra At The Sands, he made his mark around the world. But that’s not all; Sinatra also made his way to the silver screen, with musicals such as High Society and Guys And Dolls, plus the well-remembered non-musical film From Here To Eternity.
His popularity continues to this day alongside other names like Michael Jackson, who has his own celebratory show at the Lyric Theatre entitled Thriller Live, so this event to mark his centenary should not be missed.
Sinatra At The London Palladium runs at the London Palladium from Friday 10th July 2015.
|Booking From:||Friday, 9th October 2015|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 10th October 2015|
|Running Time:||2 hours 20 minutes|
|Age Restriction:||Suitable for all ages, babes in arms are not admitted.|
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