Royal Festival Hall, London.
The illustrious Burt Bacharach will perform two very special shows at London's Royal Festival Hall this July.
Performing on stage in London for the first time in two years, Bacharach will be joined by a full symphonic orchestra as well as his three sensational singers and long-time band members. Bacharach will perform some of his greatest and most notable hits, including Alfie, Anyone Who Had A Heart, The Look Of Love, That's What Friends Are For, and I Say A Little Prayer.
With a career spanning over six decades, achieving eight Grammy Awards, three Academy Awards, and an incredible 48 Top 10 songs, the prolific Burt Bacharach has well and truly earned the title of 'The Hit Maker'.
Bacharach continues to wow audiences all over the world with his songs sounding as fresh today as when they were originally written for legendary artists, such as Dusty Springfield, Dionne Warwick and Aretha Franklin.
Bacharach's global audiences span several generations, and he is viewed as the unique combination of one of the greatest composers of all time and the ultra-cool cult hero of the contemporary music set.
His sold-out performance in London in 2016 was heralded with 5 stars by the London Evening Standard, who noted 'fans were standing and cheering'.
As he approaches this new decade with all the vim and vigour that has seen him create all of these wonderful songs, and awarded all of these outstanding accolades, Burt Bacharach will treat Londoners this July to two beautiful performances of his remarkable songbook- with a couple of surprises thrown in.