Valentines in Vegas with The Rat Pack & Marilyn

Tuesday 14th February 2023

Front Doors Open: 6.30pm

Auditorium: 7pm

Show Starts: 7.30pm

To alleviate large queues we ask that you arrive in good time as there are bag searches in place. Where possible please bring small bags with you.

Tickets: £26*

*A transaction fee of £3.50 per booking is charged for online and telephone transactions


The Official UK No: 1 Tribute show as voted by The Agents Association of Great Britain for three successive years, comes, direct From London’s Leicester Square Theatre, The 02 and a Royal Command Performance to spend a very Special Valentine’s show in St Albans.

The acclaimed David Alacey (Lovejoy & Inspector Alleyn) stars as Frank Sinatra alongside Paul Drakeley (Inside Out – BBC) as Dean Martin are joined by former Eastenders star and ITV’s popular weather presenter – Des Coleman as Sammy Davis Jnr in the original Rat Pack show, now celebrating its 21st record breaking year. Together they amaze audiences with their recreation of the music of Sinatra, Martin and Davis, in a fabulous show which brings the style and excitement of the Las Vegas heyday to vivid life.

Including all the great hits – My Way, Mr Bojangles, New York New York, Amore, Come Fly With Me and of course My Funny Valentine along with many other romantic classics. They are joined on stage by the iconic Marilyn Monroe as performed by Natalie Atkins, performing the many memorable songs associated with Marilyn including: Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend and My Heart Belongs To Daddy. She will also recreate an historic moment in Rat Pack history, by serenading a member of the audience with a special performance of Happy Birthday. To complete a truly memorable and intimate evening with The Kings of Romance, the show also features the swinging sounds of BBC Musical Director Mac Shone. Memories really are made of this!

“We may never see such greats as Frank, Dean and Sammy again in our lifetime but
the good news is that as long as such talented impersonators as these continue to
exist, we may not need to”
Chris Longhurst – Uxbridge Gazette

“I can honestly say that having toured with these guys, they are as close as anyone will
ever get to my dear friends – Frank, Dean and Sammy. At times it was just like being
back with my pals at The Sands in the sixties – so much fun and it really doesn’t get
any better than that. As for David Alacey – well this guy really is Sinatra – it’s
Las Vegas Legend – Buddy Greco

“A fabulous journey back to days of Vegas style and glamour…This production superbly
recreates a unique chapter in Entertainment History”