Jazz singer Shane Hampsheir will be performing a one man Big Band Show at The Churchill Theatre, Bromley on Sunday August 18.
Shane has had chart success during the past 10 years with a No 1 hit on the iTunes Jazz Chart, a top 4 album on the iTunes Jazz Album Chart and a number of features on many top 10 compilation albums.
Shane can also be heard on many film tracks and regularly records for television.
Shane trained at Reynolds Performing Arts Academy in Bexley.
Shane has also been an active member of the local Bromley amateur dramatics scene, having performed with the West Wickham Operatic Society and the Bromley Players when he was younger.
In the 15 years since he first started pursuing a professional performing career, Shane has established himself as one of the country’s favourite big band/swing singers, a regular headliner at top London venues such as Ronnie Scott’s, The Hippodrome and The Savoy.
Shane said: “I’m looking forward to bringing my big band show to Bromley this August as this gives me a chance to bring some of the best West End musicians together and to put on a huge, personalised show
in a theatre that I’ve wanted to perform in since I saw a pantomime there as a small kid.”
“I’ve been lucky enough to sing at the Churchill Theatre before in other people’s shows and concerts but this will be the first time that it’s my own show and I can’t wait!”
Shane will perform some of his favourite big band standards at his Churchill Theatre performance this August, alongside later day Michael Bublé covers, Sam Smith, Tony Bennett and some of his original material as played on BBC Radio 2.
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