creative team

Director
David Gilmore

Orchestrations
Don Sebesky and David Pierce

Musical Director
Richard John

Musical Supervisor and New Musical Arrangements
Gareth Valentine 

Choreography
GJD Choreography

Video Design
59 Productions 

Set Design

Stufish Entertainment Architects

Costume Design  
Laura Hopkins


Sound Design
Dan Samson

Lighting Design
Patrick Woodroffe and Adam Basset

 

Leon Baugh

59 Productions Team

Creative Director
Leo Warner

Producer
Richard Slaney

Assistant Designer 
Gareth Damian Martin

Animation
Aaron Brady
Nick Corrigan
Lee Daley
Emily Howells
Tom Katagiri
Tahir Palali
Joseph Pierce
Jarek Radeki
Simon Russell

Programmer 
Jonathon Lyle 

Video Design, for 59 Productions:
Creative Director: Leo Warner
Animation Director: Zsolt Balogh
Senior assistant designer: Akhila Krishnan
Animators: Ninoslav Vrana, Dan Radley-Bemnnett
Assistant Designer: Gareth Damian-Martin

Programmer and associate designer: Nick Simmons
Assistant programmer and automation tracking: Dan Murfin

Live Action Shoot:
Director: Leo Warner & Nick Hytner
DoP: Vanessa Whyte
Camera Assistant/CIT: Chris Belcher
Producer: Akhila Krishnan

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Sinatra: The Man and His Music

London Palladium

ABOUT THIS PROJECT

“It’s not other people doing Frank; it’s Frank doing Frank”

Nancy Sinatra 

In his centenary year the magic of Frank Sinatra will be returning to the London Palladium in an extraordinary new multi-media concert. Using rare footage of the legend himself, a 24 piece orchestra and spectacular live dancing, SINATRA: THE MAN & HIS MUSIC celebrates one of the world’s greatest entertainers, 65 years after he made his UK debut on the same stage.

 

Selected REVIEWS

'genuinely eye-boggling'

**** - The Telegraph

'The video component of the proceedings designed by 59 Productions makes most of Sinatra’s old video footage, and family and career photographs come to life. It’s an extraordinary achievement that helps the show land credible emotional impact throughout.'

**** - BritishTheatre.com

'Technology has allowed the largely black-and-white images to have new brightly coloured backgrounds, and the video design by 59 Productions fills the stage space with a restless energy.'

Whats On Stage

 



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