Sunday Jazz Lunch | Frank & Dean Special! Sunday 18 February 2024 13:00 Boisdale of Canary Wharf Restaurant
Reservations from 12pm | Live Music 1pm - 2pm & 2.30-3.30pm
As an iconic Live Music British Restaurant, we make a Sunday Roast a much more exciting venture!
Championing the Great British roast, Boisdale selects some of the very finest Scottish beef for the stunning centrepiece of the new menu. An 18-hour slow roast dry-aged rib of beef, Yorkshire pudding, goose fat roast potatoes, heritage vegetables, red wine gravy is undoubtedly some of the highest quality meat available in the capital.
For those looking for an alternative to the full Sunday roast offering, lunch dishes including the legendary Boisdale Roast Dumfriesshire blackface haggis bashed neeps & tatties will be on offeror or fish of the day more casual lunchtime dining.
Frank & Dean Show
Stephen Triffitt and Mark Adams the original cast members of The Rat Pack Live from Las Vegas, the fastest-selling West End show of all time, will take to Boisdale of Canary Wharf's stage to portray the greatest crooners of all time Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.
Stephen Triffitt is undoubtedly one of the world’s finest interpreters of the songs, style and banter of Frank Sinatra. Mark has the looks, the moves, the cheek and the charm of Dean Martin.
Stephen and Mark were the original leading stars of the West End’s ‘The Rat Pack Live from Las Vegas’ which opened at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in 2003 before transferring to the Strand Theatre where it broke box office records and earned an Olivier award nomination. They also toured globally (including Vegas) for a further five years, and had two sell-out solo nights at The London Palladium.
That’s Amore, Come Fly With Me, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, Everybody Loves Somebody, King of the Road, You Make me Feel So Young, One for my Baby, Ain’t That a Kick in The Head, I only Have eyes For You, are some of the timeless hits that the award-winning singers will perform during their residency at Boisdale.
Stephen Triffitt is recognised globally as a star in his own right, with press reviews nothing short of incredible. Whilst the praise from Frank Sinatra family has been highly flattering.
"He really does sound exactly like Frank Sinatra." – The Guardian UK"As Sinatra, Stephen Triffitt looks and uncannily sounds the part." – Times online‘Adams captures Martin’s casual charm perfectly…Adams proves to be the coolest performer as he handles the horseplay and song effortlessly.’ Ian Johns - The Times.
"He really does sound exactly like Frank Sinatra." – The Guardian UK