Ol’ Blue Eyes lives on in show
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.