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JACK LUKEMAN

When:
August 26, 2017 @ 8:00 pm
2017-08-26T20:00:00+01:00
2017-08-26T20:30:00+01:00
Where:
Black Box
Cost:
£16.50

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JACK Lukeman returns to the Black Box With His bran new show “Magic Days”

The great Jack L, returns to The Black Box, Belfast after a very long absence, when he plays here on Saturday 26 August, with another knock-out show, and we are really looking forward to having him back! The show is called “Magic Days”

And it will mean a Magic night FOR ALL Jack Fans!

With an all new, self-penned album “Magic Days” featuring his latest single “The King Of Soho” getting played all over the country, Jack promises to deliver a spectacular event with some great new characters to introduce you to, including The King Of Soho and many more intriguing creations from his vivid imagination! And none more vivid then himself!

Jack shared the stage in London at The Royal Albert Hall, when he was Very Special Guest on the Jools Holland Show, on 26th of November last !
Also last year he scored some fantastic successes on his USA Summer tour.
At The Hollywood Fringe Festival, in California, he picked up the 2 top awards! “The Judges Pick Best Act” award and the Press award for Best Performance of the Festival. Quite a feat!!! The best Christmas Present you could give.
He has been invited back next year for THREE shows!

“Jack is one of the greatest interpreters of song lyrics I have heard in recent years”………Christopher Riddle (Leader of The Nelson Riddle Orchestra)
“As with all great shows, it’s over too soon”……Edinburgh Evening News
“A gorgeous, versatile Baritone”…………………… The Washington Post
“Jack L’s voice is an irresistible force of nature”…..The Irish Times
What a voice…what a performer!……… Los Angeles Times
Not to be missed.

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