Keith Slater’s Sinatra Celebration
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 dominated popular music for seven 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’.
This isn’t a tribute show, or an evening of impressions, but it is 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 1930’s, through to his final hit in 1994.
Keith’s Slater’s expertise as a musician comes to the fore during this amazing show, which is a must-see for any Sinatra fan.
This show is co-produced with Keith Slater Music and Zoom Motion.
FRIDAY 25TH OCTOBER 2019
PALACE THEATRE REDDITCH
Malcolm Stent’s Songs of Praise
When people come together and their sole intent is joy, something special happens. And that’s what to expect from Malcolm Stent’s Songs of Praise Christmas Spectacular!
This show will be full of Christmas music with lots of carols and band pieces from the West Midlands Fellowship Band of the Salvation Army (conducted by Bandmaster Charles King), with piano-accompanied songs, monologues and comedy.
The show is hosted by Malcolm Stent with his trademark wit and warmth, with comedy from Don MacLean and song from silky-voiced soprano Maggie O’Hara. So while you sit back to enjoy the show it’s a great feeling knowing you’ve also contributed to raising funds for the Salvation Army’s continuing work.
But a quick warning - don’t get too comfortable! There are plenty of opportunities to sing along with the band and you’ll definitely be laughing hard with Malcolm and Don!
But don’t leave it too late. Tickets are flying out already!
We look forward to welcoming you to one of the happiest, most-inclusive shows around…just in time to start your Christmas celebrations!
TUESDAY 26TH NOVEMBER 2019
CORE THEATRE SOLIHULL