18th Nov, 2019

'My Way' and more as Keith pays tribute to music hero Frank Sinatra

Ross Crawford 19th Oct, 2019

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

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