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The Pink Sinatra
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1. Press Release – for immediate release

2. Previous Press Quotes

3. Mini Biography

Scott Free in The Pink Sinatra Stikes Again! – Swing with a Twist! with swingin’ soundtrack

Production Award-winning singer Scott Free presents The Pink Sinatra Strikes Again! – Swing with a Twist!

New Steine Hotel, Bar and Bistro, 10-11 New Steine, Brighton, East Sussex BN2 1PBD. Fringe venue: 139

Dates 5-27 May 2012
Time Wednesdays 9, 16, 23 & Thursdays 10, 17, 24 @ 7.45pm; Fridays 11, 18, 25 & Saturdays 5, 12, 19, 26 @ 8.00pm; Sundays 6, 13, 20, 27 @ 5.30 pm
Tickets Tickets: £9.00
Bookings New Steine Hotel (in person no booking fee) [Info: New Steine Hotel Tel: 01273 695415] Telephone bookings: Brighton Dome Tel: 01273 709709 Online bookings: or

Contact: Scott Free is available for interviews in person, by phone or email.  PRESS TICKETS, PHOTOS OR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT Scott direct (please see contact below).



Scott Free – The Pink Sinatra Strikes Again - Swing with a Twist!
Award-winning singer Scott Free invites you to, “Come Fly with Me!” when he performs The Pink Sinatra at Brighton’s Festival Fringe 5-27 May.  The outrageous and brilliantly talented Pink Sinatra returns to Brighton after his Australian Festival triumph and sellout shows and four-star awards at Edinburgh’s international festival fringe.  A light-hearted romp through the Sinatra/Rat Pack songbook, together with songs from contemporary artists, the Pink Sinatra puts his unique twist on classic swing/easy-listening tunes.  He’s accompanied by a swingin’ soundtrack and a mystery guest.

Scott says, “Performing Pink Sinatra at Feast Festival, Australia’s largest LGBT arts festival, truly ticked one of my ambitions off the bucket list – performing in a big top circus style tent.  I’ve always believed that performers are all clowns at heart.  Who hasn’t longed to run away with the circus?  In a ‘big top’, with my great swingin’ band (of Adelaide’s hottest musicians) the Pink Pack was so exciting, now I’m bringing the new show, with swingin’ soundtrack to Brighton - can’t wait to see you there!”

Glen Christie at Talkfringe says, “Pink Sinatra is true camp cabaret, full of humour, fun and just a sheer pleasure to listen to – a great night out!”

This new show is woven through with real-life anecdotes, including Scott’s very personal meeting with gay icon and author Quentin Crisp in New York.

The Pink Sinatra made his Australian debut this year at the Slide Cabaret in Sydney, helping raise more than $30,000 for the Australian Flood Relief Benefit, before performing at the Adelaide Fringe.

From soaring opener ‘Feeling Good’ to obligatory finale ‘New York, New York’, Scott sings with heart and charisma. 

Scott says, “These are some of the greatest songs ever written. I don’t want them to be museum pieces, I want to re-interpret them my way, bringing them refreshed and alive to modern audiences. There’s definitely a place in music for real melody and beautiful storytelling lyrics, alongside hiphop and computer generated dance themes – Michael Buble has proved that!  The Pink Sinatra is about great swing music, with loads of fun and humour which anyone who loves the ‘Little Britain’ or ‘Carry On’ films will enjoy – so really broad appeal – to all audiences.”

Scott Free truly engages with his audience.  Every song is a winner.  Leave your inhibitions at the door and you might even find yourself enjoying a twirl on stage with the Pink Sinatra himself (especially if you are an attractive young man…)

You’re sure to get a kick out of the return of the Pink Sinatra.  But don’t just take our word for this unmissable show, come fly with Scott and see what all the fuss is about for yourself.

The Pink Sinatra Strikes Again! – Swing with a Twist!, accompanied by swingin’ soundtrack and special mystery guest, is at Brighton Festival Fringe at Venue 139, The New Steine Hotel from 5-27 May.

2. Previous Press Quotes

Adelaide Fringe 2011 (five star reviews); Edinburgh Festival Fringe (four star reviews); Brighton Festival Fringe (all four star reviews):

“The Pink Sinatra has to be one of this year’s best Edinburgh Fringe shows.  Scott Free is a terrific entertainer.  I want one!” ★★★★The Scotsman, Martin Gray

“The Pink Sinatra – is true camp cabaret, full of humour, fun and vocal styling that is just a sheer pleasure to listen to.  This isn’t theatre, this isn’t a gay version of the life of Frank Sinatra, this is a cabaret performer giving us a great night out!” ★★★★★Talkfringe

“Wonderful!” ★★★★★Adelaide Review

“The audience’s whooping delight …a heartfelt, stand-out performance!” ★★★★★RIPITUP Adelaide

“Smooth moves on a heartfelt Mr Bojangles.” The Advertiser, Adelaide

“Scott is genuinely amusing and echoes Sinatra’s style so well …he lends the songs fresh power.  Like all the best performers – he sings from the heart. He fully involved every group, but is never intrusive.  Highly recommended show” ★★★★Fringe Review, Edinburgh

not Graham Norton meets the Rat Pack! …a crowd pleasing show you could take your granny to” ★★★★Whatsonstage

“A real talent” ★★★★Scotsgay

Scott Free does have those twinkling blue eyes …obvious vocal talent and easy, natural charm.” ★★★★Latest 7, Brighton

“The amazing Scott Free keeps everyone in the audience hooked.  He has a genuinely wonderful way with a song …an opportunity to hear these great songs sung by a performer truly worthy of his role.” Fringe Report

“On song!”
The Stage
“A classy treat!”
BBC, Marc Allum

“As good a Rat-Pack type performer as I have seen!”
The Stage, Mark Ritchie

3. Mini Biography

Scott Free trained at Drama Centre London and the Royal Academy of Music (Jazz singing masterclass).

Scott created the Pink Sinatra show, which has been performed at Brighton, Adelaide and Edinburgh Festival Fringes, and in Sydney.  He performed the role of Frank Sinatra in Rat Pack-Live! at the Edinburgh Festival.

Scott has performed in venues including Le Cameleon Club, Paris, London’s Pizza-on-the-Park, Westminster theatre and onboard the legendary liner QE2.  He has worked alongside Hollywood and Broadway stars Christopher Lee and Joel Grey, and Dame Shirley Bassey.  Scott won through to be awarded UK Unsigned Singer of the Year at the Hackney Empire, London.

After Drama Centre London he wrote and performed a one-man show for  London’s Cricklewood Festival about Noel Coward.  Theatre tours and London’s West End include: Ray Cooney’s hit farce ‘Move Over Mrs Markham’; Adam, the role played in the film by Howard Keel, in the West End revival of ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ (Westminster Theatre). TV work includes: Bogie in ‘Film Noir’; Capt. Duff in ‘The Unremembered’ (C4); ‘Vanity Fair’ and ‘Hetty Wainthrop Investigates’ (BBC). West End FoH on: ‘Starlight Express’, ‘Oliver’, The Peter Hall season at The Old Vic and Royal Opera season at the Shaftesbury Theatre.



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