Step back in time to the coolest period of live entertainment as the Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular brings the 1950s into the here and now at Lincoln Performing Arts Centre .
The Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular brings back wonderful memories of swing stars Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr in a fabulous production that continues to be successful all over the world.
The great news is that everything in this show is totally live and every song is an absolute classic.
Huge hits like Come Fly With Me, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, Mr Bojangles, The Lady Is A Tramp, That’s Amore, Mack The Knife and many more favourites all go to make up this fantastic night.
With an abundance of class and style, let The Rat Pack take you on a trip back in time to vintage Las Vegas.
Hip, cool and with their timeless soiree, these men will ensure that this still remains the hottest party around - and you’re invited.
Show founder and producer Wayne Kennedy plays Dean Martin, Roman Marek performs as Frank Sinatra and former Manchester City footballer Jim Whitley performs as Sammy Davis Jr.
Wayne Kennedy did his first Rat Pack show back in 2002 and from humble beginnings, the show has grown into a worldwide phenomenon.
Television appearances in both the UK and the USA have been alongside sell-out shows around the world in countries like Turkey, Germany, Spain and the Czech Republic.
The show has grown and expanded over the years with the addition of more musicians and the Vegas Showgirls, whose glitz and glamour are an integral part of the performance.
Choreographed and directed by Emma-Jane Ashman, worldwide performances have included dancing live on the pitch at Wembley Stadium.
Television appearances include The One Show with Bette Midler (BBC1), Big Brother (Channel 5) Celebrity Big Brother (Channel 5), Dancing on Ice (ITV1),
Strictly Come Dancing (BBC1)
The Justin Collins Show (ITV2) and Hollyoaks (Channel 4), while they have also appeared in TV adverts for the Renault Megane, the FIA F1 Grand Prix in Bahrain and McDonalds Great Taste of America.
What they are best at, though, is adding the splash of spectacular Vegas experience to this show.
The show is now playing to big theatres around the UK, including the Edinburgh Playhouse and is winning rave reviews wherever it goes.
Now, it is coming to Lincoln Performing Arts Centre next Friday (24th July) at 7.30pm.
Tickets priced £20 are available now from the box office on 01522 837600 or online at www.lpac.co.uk