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Frank Sinatra returns to the London Palladium, 65 years after he made his UK debut on the same stage in 1950.
'The Palladium show is dear to our hearts because my father loved the venue' Nancy Sinatra.
‘It’s not other people doing Frank; it’s Frank doing Frank’ Nancy Sinatra
'It is fitting that the show will debut in this historic venue' Frank Sinatra Jr
In his centenary year the magic of Frank Sinatra returns to the London Palladium in an extraordinary new multi-media concert. Using rare footage of the legend himself, a 24 piece orchestra and spectacular live dancing, SINATRA: THE MAN & HIS MUSIC celebrates one of the world’s greatest entertainers.
‘Frankly, it’s a helluva show!’ The Sunday Times
Featuring Frank Sinatra’s greatest hits, including Fly Me To The Moon, My Way and New York, New York. Experience the legendary Frank Sinatra in concert; the man who always did it his way.
‘Frank Sinatra was back on stage at the Palladium, in voice, image and spirit’
‘Ol’ Blue Eyes is back and as brilliant as ever’
‘As close as you can get to Frank Sinatra in concert’
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PAY NO BOOKING FEE and secure the best seats early on our seating plan. Offer valid Monday to Friday evenings until 10 October. Tickets from £14.50
Jacqui Shelton29th November
We loved listening to Frank Sinatra and the band were excellent but we were not to keen on the dancing as it distracted you from the overall feeling of the show. I think instead of dancing you could have had people re-enacting parts of the story of his life. If I had paid a lot of money I would have been disappointed.
Andrew Bugge13th October
Great night out with a fantastic orchestra and dancing. That Frank Sinatra will go far!
Lisa Broadhead12th October
Wonderful, great music, dancing and best of all sounded like Sinatra was singing live on stage. Loved every minute of it!
holly wilson12th October
Great website easy to use good rates and all round good egg .
Margaret Hedges12th October
Brilliant Show Glad we made it before it closed. Travelled from Isle of Wight for the day!!
Judith Fardell12th October
A very good show! Excellent dancing and musicians
roger mugford11th October
Excellent show ,great big band and synchronization of sound to Sinatra was outstanding. Better seats lower down the upper circle would have improved visuals ,some Sinatra projections were cut off from row H
MICHAEL SEWELL11th October
A wonderful evening especially as it was the last night. There was a good story line which kept things moving along, and the dancing was top class. The musicians were also top class, but sometimes the balance between their volume and Sinatara's volume was a bit too much in the band's favour, and you struggled to listen to Frank through the orchestras output, But overall an evening I will remember for a long time.
Batoul Ahmad11th October
It was spectacular! Being a huge frank sinatra fan i thought the show was tremendous, was very beautiful in every way. Would see again if i could!
Stephen Wharton11th October
The show was ok.When Sinatra was singing it was great but sorry to say we had booked 2 tickets in row x on the ground floor and most of the show when the screen came down to see Sinatra sing we could not see his head until they zoomed in.Annoying. The show seemed to me to be a bit thrown together. A real shame
John Brown11th October
Excellent well-produced show, really loved the music and dancing -of course the original clips of Sinatra himself.
Christopher Smith11th October
Great live music and dancers backing Sinatra images with a potted history of his life, it was very moving and climaxing with the obvious 2 great songs. Situated in the upper circle we lost some of the head shots which was a little disappointing but a great afternoons entertainment for my partner, myself and a trip down memory lane for my mum.