‘Rat Pack of opera’ supported by Bromley choir in hit new show

PUBLISHED: 10:52 23 October 2014 | UPDATED: 10:52 23 October 2014

Tenors Unlimited.

Tenors Unlimited.


Tenors Unlimited will bring their newest touring show- Show the suit who’s boss!, to Bromley Churchill Theatre on November 7.

They will be accompanied by a choir from Bishop Justus CoE School.

Choirmaster at Bishop Justus, James Clements, is excited about his students and staff performing as part of the Tenors’ show.

He said: “I am absolutely delighted that our students and staff will have the opportunity to perform live with Tenors Unlimited and that the guys are also giving up valuable time to lead a master class and rehearsals at Bishop Justus.”

The so called ‘Rat Pack of opera’- Jem Sharples, Scott Ciscon and Paul Martin will perform some of their favourite songs in a new show that includes hits from the world of opera, musical theatre and pop.

Mr Ciscon says: “We are really pleased with this show. We wanted to go on the road with one that was even better than our last. This is a great challenge after 12 years of singing together, but we are confident that the audience will love our versions of Something’s Coming from West Side Story and Bob Dylan’s Make you Feel my Love; as well as popular classical must haves, Nessun Dorma and O Sole Mio, alongside some self- penned titles.”

Tickets range from £19.90 to £21.90. For more information or to book please visit

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