Stephen Triffitt embodies music icon Frank Sinatra in his tribute show Frankly Sinatra. Triffitt began his career as a salesman, and is now one of the leading Frank Sinatra tribute acts in the world. From Sinatra’s stage performance to the way he talks and sings, Triffitt has mastered nearly every aspect of the singer’s presence.
Triffitt started out by singing in pubs and clubs in the South West. Then in 2000, he applied for the talent show “Stars In Their Eyes.” He made it all the way to the finals, only to be beaten by Gary Mullen, Freddie Mercury impersonator.
But Triffitt caught the eye of Las Vegas producer Jeff Kutash, who had been looking for someone to play Frank Sinatra in a new show. Kutash flew out to London to see Triffitt perform, and the rest is history.
Triffitt took on the role of Sinatra for three seasons at the Sands Casino in Las Vegas. He also created and starred in the role of Ol’ Blue Eyes in The Rat Pack Live from Las Vegas, a West End production that toured the US, Europe and Canada.
In addition, he has performed in The Main Event, The Millionaire’s Summer White Ball, Come Fly with Me!, The Lawrence Olivier Awards and more.
Triffitt also sold out the Royal Festival Hall twice with his own solo show. He has performed for several famous names in the business, including Simon Cowell and David Beckham. Triffit has accompanied the BBC Symphony Orchestra in concert, and has been featured in many TV shows and films.
Frankly Sinatra is currently touring the UK, with dates planned through next November. The tour will make stops at: The Orchard Theatre, New Wimbledon Theatre, White Rock Theatre, Assembly Hall, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, New Theatre Oxford, Sage Gateshead, Millfield Theatre, Belgrade Theatre and more.
Audiences will hear Sinatra’s greatest hits, including “That’s Life,” “New York, New York,” “Mack the Knife,” “Fly Me to the Moon,” “Lady is a Tramp,” “Under My Skin,” “My Way,” “All the Way,” “Luck Be a Lady,” “My Kind of Town,” and more. Triffitt is accompanied by a big swing band.
The London Evening Standard has called Triffitt’s performance “unsettlingly perfect” and The Guardian says he sounds “exactly like Frank Sinatra.”
Triffitt truly brings Sinatra back to life on stage, using the same conversational tone when he performs. His tribute act has been delighting audiences all over the UK, with powerful, unforgettable performances.