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THE timeless appeal of Dean, Sammy and Frank will fill MK Theatre tomorrow evening, when The Rat Pack return.

This is a show that oozes class and style. Well, it’s got to be authentic, after all.

You’ll take a seat in the theatre district location, but will soon be transported to the Las Vegas of days gone by, when glamour and glitz was in abundance.

Inhale deeply, and you can almost smell the cigars!

Song-wise, you know exactly what’s on the menu here – classic after another will roll: Under My Skin, Lady Is A Tramp, That’s Amore, Mack The Knife and so many more, like the exceptional Davis Jr delivery Mr Bojangles, and Sinatra’s ace Come Fly With Me...although when that track was picked up by ITV’s ‘reality’ series Airport for its soundtrack, it kind of killed that one for us a little.

Still if anyone can replace the memories of annoying airport staff with those of the classy crooner, it’s the fella’s at the microphones for this show.

The Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular Show will begin at 7.30pm tomorrow evening, ticket prices start at £17, rising to £21 and rumour has it that Marilyn Monroe is a late addition to the billing...

There are some ‘free child’* tickets available too, so ask about those when booking.

*To clarify: You won’t be given an ankle-biter for attending!

> THOSE of you who were dazzled by Midnight Tango at MK T a couple of weeks back, may fancy yourselves as fledgling Flavia and Vincent’s.

That being so, you need to get involved in MKs first Tango Festival running for three days, from Saturday.

The event is in conjunction with the World Picnic in Campbell Park, but classes are also running in Stony Stratford and Shenley Church End.

For full details and more information jump online to www.mktango.co.uk

>The Stagedoor Summer School is GO! at Stantonbury Campus from Monday.

The course costs £95, but participants will receive four packed days of learning – storytelling, circus skills, slapstick and clowning around included.

It’s perfect kiddie fun: “You don’t need to have experience or be a big personality to join us,” organisers say, “All you need is to love making up stories, acting out characters and using your imagination.”

Call to book places on MK 324422.

> Arts1 are in the final stages of rehearsal for their production of Little Shop of Horrors, which will enjoy a two night stay at Stantonbury Theatre this Saturday and Sunday.

“The show is looking fabulous,” assured creative director James Grimsley, who would love you to take a ticket and give your support.

Show time is 7.30pm on Saturday, with an afternoon start at 2.30pm for the latter date.

Call and book on Mk 280800.