The Nat King Cole Musical Revue first premiered at The New End Theatre London and is now celebrating its 10th anniversary. Devised and performed by London West End star Colin Roy the show takes you on an exciting musical journey whilst sharing some of Nat King Cole’s fascinating life story. Colin Roy's exquisite voice and charismatic performance superbly captures the magic and evokes the genius of Nat King Cole, whose songs have spanned decades, touching and romancing many generations with his far reaching genre of music. Gretchen Adamson is quoted to have said 'These are the songs that Colin Roy should be singing, he sounds just like Nat King Cole'. Nat King Cole was one of Capitol Records most successful recording artistes and their premises the Capitol Records Tower became known as The House That Nat Built.
After several sold out night's at the Hippodrome Casino London, Colin Roy has been receiving standing ovations for his performance in The Nat King Cole Musical Revue. Colin was Joined onstage by James Thomas The President of The Hippodrome, who also loves having a great time at the show. With his exceptional band The Nat King Cole Musical Revue, directed by Danny John-Jules (The Cat Red Dwarf/Death In Paradise) with special guest Derek Nash on sax (Jools Holland) MD Steven Hill (Five Guys Named Moe) piano, Frazor Snell bass, Adam Goldsmith guitar, Steve Vintner drums and Richard Exall sax is truly unforgettable!