At the start of the 60s, The Rat Pack led by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. were the toast of Las Vegas. With the world’s rich and famous jetting in to see them joke around and sing some of the finest songs ever written, the guys also starred together in a series of glamorous … [Read more...]
The Rat Pack Live from Las Vegas | West End Shows London
At the start of the 60s, The Rat Pack led by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. were the toast of Las Vegas. With the world’s rich and famous jetting in to see them joke around and sing some of the finest songs ever written, the guys also starred together in a series of glamorous Hollywood films, set fashion trends, rubbed shoulders with the US President, politicians and mobsters... and partied hard as the coolest cats on the planet.
The Rat Pack - Live from Las Vegas recreates that special time.
Prepare to drift back in time to an era of glitzy nights spent on the Vegas strip in the company of three of the world’s most popular entertainers as the Olivier Award-nominated The Rat Pack - Live from Las Vegas returns in triumph to the Theatre Royal, Haymarket - home to its first West End run in 2003 - for a strictly limited season from Wednesday 13 December - Saturday 3 February. Press night: Friday 15 December at 7.30pm.
This spectacular production - with a very special Christmas theme until 6th January 2018 - celebrates the incredible singing talent of three world-famous entertainers and performers and some of the finest music and song that has ever been recorded. Frank, Sammy and Dean are once again performing in the world-renowned Copa Room at the famous Sands Hotel, supported by the fabulous Burrelli Sisters and The Rat Pack Big Band in a critically acclaimed show that clocked up over 1,000 West End performances on its West End premiere.
Frequently imitated but never bettered, The Rat Pack - Live from Las Vegas features hit after hit, including Pack favourites The Lady is a Tramp, Mr Bojangles, That’s Amore, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, What Kind of Fool Am I?, Volare, My Way, Candyman, Everybody Loves Somebody and many, many more.
From 13 December to 6 January The Rat Pack - Live from Las Vegas will have a Christmas theme and the show will include the Pack’s unique take on such festive classics as Baby It’s Cold Outside, Merry Little Christmas, White Christmas, Winter Wonderland, Jingle Bells and Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow.
If you wish you’d swung with the hardest partying pack in town, now’s your chance!
Following the West End season, The Rat Pack - Live from Las Vegas will play:
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Monday 5 - Saturday 10 February
Glasgow King’s Theatre
Monday 12 - Saturday 17 February
Liverpool Empire Theatre
Monday 19 - Saturday 24 February
Manchester Opera House
Monday 26 February - Saturday 3 March
Monday 5 - Saturday 10 March
Eastbourne Devonshire Park Theatre
Tuesday 13 - Saturday 17 March
Sunderland Empire Theatre
Monday 19 - Saturday 24 March
Cardiff New Theatre
Monday 26 - Saturday 31 March
Birmingham Alexandra Theatre
Monday 17 - Saturday 21st April
New Victoria Theatre Woking
Monday 23 - Saturday 28 April
Blackpool Grand Theatre
Monday 30 April - Saturday 5 May
Sheffield Lyceum Theatre
Monday 7 - Saturday 12 May
Darlington Civic Theatre
More dates will be added later
The Rat Pack - Live from Las Vegas the show
Celebrating more than 15 years of standing ovations, The Rat Pack - Live from Las Vegas, directed and choreographed by Mitch Sebastian, first played the West End in 2003, and it was nominated for an Oliver Award as Best Entertainment in 2004. It has since toured the world and returned several times for further West End seasons.
Cast to be announced.
Produced by Paul Walden & Derek Nicol for Flying Entertainment & TRH Productions.
I have to admit, walking up the red carpet into the Arts Theatre in London’s West End to see the Rat Pack Live gave me something of a frisson. The prospect of an evening of old-school, star-studded entertainment and delicious cocktails was enticing, even on a Monday night. On … [Read more...]