RELAX to the songs of Ol Blue Eyes at the Palace Theatre Studio on Friday, October 25.
As a singer, actor, film-maker and conductor, Frank Sinatra was a 20th century icon like no other.
Unsurprisingly, thanks to classics like My Way, Fly Me To The Moon and Strangers In The Night, he was a fixture for popular music for seven great decades.
Frank may be long-gone, but his music is timeless, and now there’s a chance to re-live his songs in a completely different way, via musician Keith Slater’s show, ‘Sinatra Celebration’.
Keith’s performance isn’t a tribute show, or an evening of impressions, but a celebration of Sinatra’s music, enhanced with state-of-the-art computer graphics and projection, alongside film footage and photos from the archives.
It’s a virtual experience, bringing together the old and the new from the pre-war America of the 1930s, through to his final hit in 1994.
Tickets cost £13 from the box office or on 01527 65203 or buy online at www.redditchpalacetheatre.co.uk