Rat Pack Christmas

BEAT the winter blues with the special Christmas version of the hit show for the festive season - Frank, Sammy and Dean: Christmas with the Rat Pack.

It will play at the Caird Hall, Dundee on Tuesday, December 20 at 7.30 pm.

Take a trip back in time to the glamorous, glitzy nights of Las Vegas in the late 1950s and early 60s where, in the company of three of the world’s most popular entertainers, the fabulous Burrelli Sisters and The Rat Pack Big Band, you will experience Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr and Dean Martin performing at the famous Sands hotel.

Hit follows hit, including: Witchcraft, The Lady is a Tramp, Mr Bojangles, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, That’s Amore, Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime, New York, New York, My Kinda Town, Fly Me to the Moon, Sway, Volare, Me And My Shadow, My Way, Memories Are Made Of This and many more.

Seasonal classics include: Baby it’s Cold Outside, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Let it Snow, Let it Snow, White Christmas, Winter Wonderland and Auld Lang Syne. This spectacular production 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. If you wish you’d swung with the hardest partying pack in town, now’s your chance! Christmas with the Rat Pack is still the coolest party in town! www.flyingmusic.com Dundee City Box Office Tel 01382 434940 www.cairdhall.co.uk www.dundeebox.co.uk

There’s a double dose of Christmas cheer in the Caird Hall on Sunday and Monday, December 18 and 19 with Christmas Showstoppers from Tread the Boards Youth Music Theatre.

This delightful production returns for a third year with a brand-new compilation showcasing magical and much-loved West End and Broadway musicals, seamlessly combined with a classic collection of Christmas favourites. This family show, presented especially for the festive season, features some of the finest young singing talent in Tayside and is suitable for adults and children of all ages and all music tastes.