The Christmas Rat Pack, a tribute to Sammy Davis Junior, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin at Cambridge Corn Exchange

Christmas Rat Pack

Christmas Rat Pack

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The Christmas Rat Pack, a tribute to Sammy Davis Junior, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, will be at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Wednesday, December 5.

This is a recreation of those glitzy nights in Las Vegas in the 1960s when three of the world’s most popular entertainers sang at the famous Sands Hotel with the Burrelli Sisters and the Rat Pack Big Band.

Hits include The Lady is a Tramp, Mr Bojangles, That’s Amore, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, What Kind of Fool Am I, Volare and seasonal classics including: Baby it’s Cold Outside, Let it Snow, White Christmas, Winter Wonderland and Auld Lang Syne.

These were the 20th Century singers whose names were on everyone’s lips. They all died in the 1990s. Frank was born in 1915, Dean in 1917 and Sammy in 1925. Frank lived to 82. 7.30pm. Tickets, £32.25, £30.25, £27.25 and £24.25 from www.cambridgelivetrust.co.uk or 01223 357851

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