SEATING AT THE STRAND
As with all our venues, tables are allocated in the order in which people book. At The Strand, we are selling tickets at 2 different price levels:
STANDARD £49.50 - These include our very best seats in the front row, but also some seats towards the back of the room. All the tables have a clear view of the stage and are unrestricted.
RESTRICTED £29.50 - These seats are less optimal, and may involve partial restrictions, for example, you may have a side view or your view of the stage may be slightly restricted by a pillar. Restricted tickets are priced to take into account these issues.
For further guidance, please call the box office on 020 7439 4962.
'Joe Longthorne is without doubt the UK’s finest vocalist and live performer, held in the highest esteem by his fellow professionals, his fanbase is worldwide, described by no less than Mr Tony Bennett as “a voice in a million”.
The consummate live performer, Joe will captivate and delight any audience within the first few notes of his opening number, a rare gift of genius. He has more than earned his place alongside the singing ‘greats’ of this world. However he has many strings to to his bow and possesses an incredible talent for vocal impressions, Dame Shirley Bassey and Sir Tom Jones,Johnny Mathis, Barry Manilow, Judy Garland, Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis, ‘The King’ Elvis Presley, Nat King Cole,Neil Diamond, the list goes on as Joe’s genius is truely endless. Joe will present a wealth of songs from his extensive repertoire spanning a career now approaching 50 years, accompanied on stage by MD Andy Mudd and his band.
Joe was born in Hull to a musical family, at a very early age it became clear he had a god given talent for singing, entering a local talent contest he won first prize! Since then he has performed right round the world and holds gold and platinum discs for his album sales.He starred in his own network ITV series and celebrated his 60th Birthday with a sell out concert at The London Palladium in 2015. Away from performing, Joe has a MBE and an Honorary Degree from The Open University for his humanitarian work and services to charity.