Ol’ Blue Eyes lives on in show

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - ON STAGE -

ASHOW cel­e­brat­ing 100 years since the birth of a mu­sic icon is com­ing to a the­atre.

Si­na­tra, the Cen­ten­nial Con­cert tour­ing the UK and will be at the Wy­combe Swan later this month.

Frank Si­na­tra was born in 1915 and the show aims to cap­ture the magic of the singer’s live per­for­mances, from his de­but with Harry James in 1939 through to his golden years at the Sands in Las Ve­gas in the 1960s, to his fi­nal goodbye at the MGM Grand in 1994.

The lav­ish pro­duc­tion en­cap­su­lates not only the mu­sic of Frank Si­na­tra, but also the per­son­al­ity of the star who ruled the world of en­ter­tain­ment for over half a

is cen­tury. It in­cludes all of the hit songs and an­thems made popular by the leg­endary per­former, in­clud­ing Come Fly With Me, the Lady Is a Tramp, My Way, Strangers in the Night, and New York New York.

The songs are per­formed by David Alacey who not only sings like Ol’ Blue Eyes, but also shares his unique man­ner­isms, while phys­i­cally re­sem­bling him and ad­dresses the au­di­ence just like Si­na­tra.

The show takes place on Fri­day, Jan­uary 30, and tick­ets are be­tween £20.50 and £22.50.

To book, con­tact the box of­fice on 01494 512000.

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