Following sold-out houses in London, Edinburgh, Beijing, Berlin, and fresh from the Sydney Opera House, Australia's newest and hottest tap dance sensation, The Tap Pack is getting ready to head West.
The two-hour high energy, tap-dance comedy show is heading to the Bunbury Entertainment Centre for the very first time on July 3.
Picking up where The Rat Pack left off, the Tap Pack will conjure up a modern twist to the crooners and artists from the 50s through to today.
The show will include songs from the likes of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr to Ed Sheeran, Michael Bublé and Beyonce mixed with slick humour, high energy entertainment and world class tap dance.
Creator Jordan Pollard has a long list of credits to his name including Westside Story, Anything Goes and Singin' in the Rain and said the show would pay homage to some of the greats in music.
"My mum was a dance teacher and I started dancing when I was five years old," he said.
"The show is Rat Pack meets tap dance - full of songs and energy."
Pollard said the Tap Pack was great for the whole family from ages eight through to 80 with the cast looking forward to visiting Bunbury soon.
The audience can expect dazzling performances, dressed in slick suits and equipped with sharp wit.
Starring a rotating cast of the country's finest and most distinguished dancers and singers, the Tap Pack includes Pollard, Jesse Rasmussen, Thomas J Egan, Sean Mulligan, Ben Brown and Max Patterson.
Armed with their lovable on-stage larrikinism and with numerous credits in theatre, film and television and over 30 musical theatre productions between them, the Tap Pack is pure entertainment.
They bring a new, invigorating energy to a timeless style that everybody can enjoy.
For more visit bunburyentertainment.com or contact 1300 661 272.