Gary Williams and Harry the Piano with Sinatra Jukebox

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

One Voice, One piano, One Hundred Songs... the rest is up to you... Only the audience know what's coming next in 'Sinatra Jukebox', a show full of surprises as star of the West End's 'Rat Pack' Gary Williams (“One of the best voices Britain has ever produced” The Times), and virtuoso pianist Harry the Piano ("The best damn pianist in the civilised world” Jonathan Ross) perform whatever the audience requests from 100 of Ol' Blue Eyes' best loved hits. Sharpen your pencils and catch Gary Williams and Harry the Piano in the unforgettable Sinatra Jukebox, described by Time Out as "an evening of old school virtuosity".

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Star of the West End's 'Rat Pack' Gary Williams has no idea what he's doing. Only the audience know what's coming next and Gary waits for their command. Welcome to 'Sinatra Jukebox', a show full of surprises as Gary (“One of the best voices Britain has ever produced” The Times), performs whatever the audience requests from 100 of Ol' Blue Eyes' best loved hits.

Williams has performed all over the world including Los Angeles, Tokyo, Melbourne and Sinatra's original Palm Springs home.

Oscar winner Don Black is one of his many fans, "In a world of Pop Idol mediocrity Gary Williams shines like a dazzling beacon," and cabaret legend Michael Feinstein agrees, "I can count the number of great contemporary singers of pop standards on one hand. Gary Williams is indeed part of that pantheon."

Gary is joined by Harry the Piano - the man described by Jonathan Ross as “The best damn pianist in the civilised world”. The Sunday Times raved about his “Staggering virtuosity” and The Independent his “uncanny ability”. With over 3 million YouTube hits it seems the public agrees. From five years of very loud breakfast TV to becoming the go-to improvisor for BBC Radio 3, jazz at Ronnie Scott’s to albums with Simply Red, playing for Charlotte Church and Julie Andrews, David Bowie and Elvis Costello. Dame Edna Everage and Andrea Bocelli. It’s no wonder Classic FM called him one of the most gifted improvisers in the world.

Time Out called the show "an evening of old school virtuosity", so sharpen your pencils and catch Gary Williams and Harry the Piano, your very own walking, talking Sinatra Jukebox. And remember, if you don't like it, you've only got yourself to blame.

Band Lineup

Gary Williams (voice)

Harry the Piano (piano)