Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Junior come back to life at the Wulfrun Hall in Wolverhampton this Christmas when hit Vegas show ‘The Rat Pack’ comes to the region.
A special Christmas edition of the show will be performed on Tuesday 23rd December at 7.30pm with ten per cent of the ticket sales being donated to local sight loss charity, Beacon.
Enjoy all the old Rat Pack classics such as – Under My Skin, Mr Bo Jangles, Sway, That’s Amore, Come Fly with Me, Mack The Knife, plus lots of festive favourites to get you in the Christmas spirit.
“Why not take a trip to Vegas with the sensational Rat Pack tribute show featuring some of the greatest music from the 20th century?” commented Kelly Vickers, from Beacon.
“The production continues to be successful all over the world and I’m sure this special edition show will wow audiences across the region.
“Beacon receives a donation from every ticket sold and the funds raised from the performance will help us to support people living with sight loss across the West Midlands.
“So hurry, don’t miss out on your opportunity to purchase a ticket for the hottest show in town, as well as helping to support a worthy cause.”
‘The Rat Pack at Christmas’ performance will take place at the Wulfrun Hall in Wolverhampton starting at 7.30pm, tickets are priced £17 or £21, to order please contact the Beacon fundraising team on 01902 880 111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Beacon was founded in 1875 as Wolverhampton Society for the Blind, with a mission to visit blind people in the area and to give them an opportunity to learn to read.
Now, the charity has a comprehensive range of services from permanent accommodation, specialist Equipment and Advice Centres at Sedgley and Cannock, and a community outreach service, as well as running a network of charity shops throughout the region.
To find out more visit www.beacon4blind.co.uk