Fly Me To The Moon - Robert Scott Sings Sinatra

Mackintosh Queen's Cross, Glasgow.

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GENERAL ADMISSION £16.50 (£15.00) Transaction fee applicable *
Start at 7.30pm
PREMIUM FATHER'S DAY WHISKY TASTING TICKET £27.50 (£25.00) Transaction fee applicable *
Start at 6pm A Wemyss Malts Ambassador will take you through the unwritten guide to blending, including a whisky sensory evaluation session and a laboratory scale blending class, explaining the huge variety of flavours that can be found in Scotch whisky and delicate touch needed to craft a quality blend. Guests will enjoy a selection of 3 Wemyss Blended Malts as well as getting to sample enjoy a custom made blend created there and then on the night by the attendees and whisky blender.

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Robert Scott is the ultimate Sinatra stylist and is recognised around the world as the leading tribute performer of the Sinatra songbook. He was the chosen vocalist for the Sinatra 90th Anniversary Tour with the world-famous BBC Radio Big Band led by Sony World Music Award winning Musical Director Barry Forgie. Robert also entertained the stars and guests at the Ocean's Eleven movie premiere in London, and has played to a sold-out Glasgow Royal Concert Hall as part of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra's Prom Series and performed to 28,000 spectators at Murrayfield International Stadium.

Fly Me To The Moon will be the ultimate Father's Day present for Sinatra-loving Dads and there will be a premium ticket including a pre-show Whisky Tasting Session available, but the concert will also be the perfect opportunity for anyone to enjoy a romantic evening under the fabulous Museum of the Moon.

This concert will be performed under Luke Jerram's Museum of the Moon.
Measuring seven metres in diameter, the moon features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface. At an approximate scale of 1:500,000, each centimetre of the internally lit spherical sculpture represents 5km of the moon's surface.