ABOUT THE SHOW
In theatres in the U.K., Michael Buble and Frank Sinatra fans can experience the next best thing to the superstars in new pop/swing musical show - “Buble Meets Sinatra: The Showdown!” World-class tributes Jamie Flanagan as ‘Buble’ and Kevin Fitzsimmons as ‘Sinatra’ star in an exciting evening of entertainment that sees Frank Sinatra transported from his mid-1950s zenith to meet the sensational Canadian modern-day contender for his crown. So who will be your favourite when the worlds of these two superstars collide in this stunningly authentic concert theatre-show.
Be assured Buble and Sinatra's greatest hits are recreated with incredible accuracy in the concert that never was, backed by a full live band, as well as the excitement and fun you’d expect from the two superstars themselves. The ‘concert of the century’ features the two superstars’ biggest hits authentically recreated and includes ‘Buble’ singing hits like Hollywood, Haven’t Met You Yet, Feeling Good, Me &
Mrs Jones, To Love Somebody, Cry Me A River, Home, Save The Last Dance For Me & more and ‘Sinatra’ swinging hits like Strangers In The Night, Fly Me To The Moon, New York New York. Be captivated by their individual performances and exuberant duets of songs they’ve both had hits with such as That’s Life, Something Stupid and You Make Me Feel So Young. So if you can’t get to see Buble in concert or missed one of Sinatra's shows in his vocal prime, this is your chance to enjoy the closest interpretations of these two mega-stars in a thoroughly entertaining night out.
“There is not a more authentic Buble act out there. Exceptional attention to detail” - STAGE STATUS
"It is good to see shows such as Buble meets Sinatra: The Showdown coming to the Harlow Playhouse.
This was such an inventive show as it used time to imagine the two great artists working together, however what made it work and what impressed the audience was it kept the quality of the music at its heart. That also meant that both singers were not only faithful to both artists but excelled in their interpretations of Frank Sinatra and Michael Buble.
Whether it was Cry Me A River or Fly Me To The Moon, the music came on coming and the standard was always high. This was greatly helped by the quality of the musicianship" - Staff Reporter, Your Harlow