Tony Hatch will be in the spotlight at the London Royal Festival Hall on Saturday July the 5th 2014, where he will be featured in a ‘Life in Song’ with his 40 piece concert orchestra that will include an incredible cast of guest singers.
From pop music to the stage and TV to film, Tony Hatch is a songwriting legend.
Not only did he help to define popular culture throughout the 1960s, penning some of the world’s most loved songs, but he’s also written the music to songs that have become timeless.
His theme tunes for television include Crossroads, Emmerdale and Neighbours.
For the stage he wrote the music for The Card and Rock Nativity and for the world of pop he created the songs Downtown, Call Me, I know a place, Joanna, I couldn’t live without your love, Colour My World and many, many more.
Take the chance to step into the life and mind of a great songwriter as he performs on stage with a 40-piece orchestra and guest singers, and chats with Michael Grade about his life, his career and the stories behind the songs.
The show will feature special guests Rumer and Marti Webb with others to be confirmed. Book Tickets Now!!! …..Select your preferred date and time below. If a performance is no longer available it will not be clickable.