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A Night With Sinatra At The Athenaeum

A Night With Sinatra At The Athenaeum

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It’s no secret that The Athenaeum is one of our favourite hotels in London, steeped in true glamour and iconic history.

Always in search of new ways to enrich the experience of its well-to-do guests (see our glowing review of the Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea), the hotel has put together a package with one of the world’s greatest performers – it just so happens that he passed away almost 20 years ago.

Anyone who wishes they’d been able to see Frank in action (or those who were lucky enough to, once upon a time) will know it’d have to be one hell of a show to encapsulate the vigour and creativity of such a talent.

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The London Palladium have pulled it off, though, combining spectacular dancing, state-of-the-art technology and a stunning 24-piece orchestra to create the closest thing this generation will get to seeing Sinatra live.

‘The Man And His Music’ is part biopic, part concert, all entertainment – droves of adoring fans at every age proving the timeless quality of the man and his music.

For £575, The Athenaeum are offering an overnight stay in a Deluxe Room, a three course pre-theatre dinner set menu and a Full English Breakfast alongside two tickets to the rip-roaring show in the heart of the capital.

If you’re looking for a one-off, unforgettable evening to transport you to the glamour of another era, you’ve just found it.

Amy @ Fashionbite xx

Read our full review of The Athenaeum

Amy Everett is FashionBite's food and travel editor, she also writes for national newspapers and magazines including the Guardian Travel, Stylist, Shortlist, Red, Cosmopolitan and more.

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