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Relive the charm of the Rat Pack with Operatunity

Relive the charm of the Rat Pack with Operatunity

Sinatra, Davis Jnr, Martin – what we would give to see these famous stars in the days where sentimentality ran supreme. Although those years have passed, Operatunity is giving you the chance to relive some of the magic of the Rat Pack with our own special spin.

We have brought together three of our most charming and smooth performers to croon through some of the most famous songs by Sammy Davis Jnr, Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra. These three were key singers in the Rat Pack, a multi-talented set of America’s most elite performers, famous on the Las Vegas strip in particular. Although they are known for a few capers, their songs are what really make us swoon to this day.

(From Left: Bonaventure Allan-Moetaua, Rutene Spooner and Robert Enari)

Although we are a fair few miles from Nevada, you may recognise Robert Enari, Rutene Spooner and Bonaventure Allan-Moetaua from a few of our other shows and will know that these gentleman have the style, confidence and talent to pay true homage to this timeless performers. The trio will present a smooth and fun show that will have you feeling nostalgic and laughing along to some of their shenanigans.

Bonaventure, Rutene and Robert will be heading to locations around the country from the 4th of July to the 8th of August so keep an eye out for announcements in your home region.

Tickets are available now, so be sure to book ahead to experience the magic of the Rat Pack for yourself. Call toll free 0508 266 237 to book your ticket to “Tribute to the Rat Pack” or click here to book online. For more information, go to


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