Walk Like A Man at the Grand

Walk Like A Man

It was recently announced that Frankie Valli & The Four Season will be coming to the UK on tour in the spring of next year, including a Manchester date on 27 April. What better way to get in the mood then than to visit the Grand Theatre this month to see one of the best Frankie Valli tributes, Walk Like A Man.

If you don’t know Frankie Valli’s songs, you will definitely recognise his falsetto voice. With the Four Seasons his canon of hits includes Sherry, Let’s Hang On, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, My Eyes Adored You, December 63 (Oh What A Night) and even Bye Bye Baby better known in the UK as a Bay City Rollers hit.  The group have sold over 100 million records worldwide.

The group’s story was made even more popular in the musical Jersey Boys, which has been popular worldwide since being launched in 2005. This production is led by Mark Halliday, himself time served in Jersey Boys in the West End, and it won best Frankie Valli tribute at the recent National Music Tribute Awards.

The high quality tribute acts at The Grand this season have gone down very well. Walk Like A Man promises more of the same with authentic vocals, slick harmonies and even slicker dance moves which will get the audience off their seats. The show runs from 17 to 29 October.

Standard ticket prices are from £18 to £24.50 for evening performances, £20 for matinees.  There are a range of discounts available for under-18s, under-26s, groups, concessions and Friends of the Grand; full details are available on the Grand Theatre website.

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