Booking to 10 October 2015
Sinatra returns to the West End’s London Palladium Theatre
Sinatra The Man and His Music plays the London Palladium for a strictly limited season 10 July 2015 until 10 October 2015.
Celebrating the centenary of Sinatra’s birth and 65 years since his first UK concert at the London Palladium, Sinatra The Man and His Music is an extraordinary new multi-media concept, featuring rare or never before seen footage of Sinatra, a 24 piece orchestra, 20 singers and dancers and a sensational live dancing Sinatra. The show includes Sinatra’s greatest hits, including Come Fly With Me , Blue Moon, New York, New York and My Way. Experience the music of the most iconic voice of a generation; a man who always did it his way. The show has the enthusiastic support and endorsement of the Sinatra family and is produced in association with Frank Sinatra Enterprises.
ABOUT THE SHOW
The show is a celebration of Frank Sinatra’s life and times, to many, the world’s greatest entertainer.
This extraordinary evening will take you from Sinatra’s formative years through the rest of the 20th century and includes rare interviews he gave through out the decades. The story of Sinatra’s life unfolds – told by the man himself – as well as his personal family photos and films.
★★★★ ‘Frank Sinatra was back on stage at the Palladium, in voice, image and spirit’ Daily Telegraph
★★★★ ‘Ol’ Blue Eyes is back and as brilliant as ever’ The Times
★★★ ‘As close as you can get to Frank Sinatra in concert’ Evening Standard
See here for the new stage show Sinatra The Musical
Age Restrictions: Suitable for all ages, babes in arms are not admitted.
Venue InformationLondon Palladium, 8 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7TF
Nearest Tube or Train: Oxford Circus (Victoria line, Central line, Bakerloo line)
Nearest Buses: 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 23, 25, 39, 55, 73, 88, 94, 98, 113, 137, 139, 159
2 thoughts on “Sinatra at the London Palladium Theatre”
My husband and I went to the show last night 25th July. Really disappointed as it cost a lot of money and we felt short changed by a show that lasted less than two hours. The band were very good but there was not enough of Frank Sinatra and the dancers were a very unwelcome distraction. They were not particularly good and added nothiing to the show. We were really looking forward to a show that in the end felt flat and a lost opportunity.
An enchanted evening at the theatre and a night not to forget.. the story of Frank Sinatra an amazing character told wonderfully well using great technology and a cast that put their heart and soul in to it. It’s rare that after a performance that we hang around the stage door but after this performance i just had to compliment Liam Paul Jennings on his dancing ability. I mean the whole cast were amazing, Liam seemed to embrace is role and be having the time of his life. I would highly recommend this show. John