Frank Sinatra returns to the London Palladium in this multi-media extravaganza of a show. Read More >
Frank Sinatra, Ol’ Blue Eyes himself, returns to the venue of his 1950 European debut in this multi-media extravaganza of a show, which marries technologically enhanced rare footage of the legendary star with a 24 piece live orchestra and a company of singers and dancers.
Sinatra was undoubtedly one of the most important figures in 20th century popular music, with a career that spanned six decades. While his singing career won him nine Grammies, his film career – Sinatra starred in over 50 movies, including Guys And Dolls – also won him an Oscar, for his performance in From Here To Eternity.
A member of the all-singing, all-swinging, all-drinking Rat Pack, Sinatra’s back catalogue is so extensive that it would be impossible to fit every song into one evening, but favourites that are in the show include That’s Life, New York New York, and My Way.
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