Barry Manilow Live at the O2 with Pre show Thames River Cruise on 23 June 2016
  • London Fringe

Barry Manilow O2 Arena show on Thursday 23 June 2016 with premium seating

A 5 hours experience!

Barry Manilow's going to be back in the UK for one final set of shows on his 'One Last Time!' tour, culminating in one giant spectacle at the O2 Arena. You can be there in the crowd, singing and dancing along with your favourite Barry fan by your side, for an evening of Manilow magic with this Barry Manilow Live at The O2 Arena with Pre show Thames River Cruise on Thursday 23 June 2016.

With 13 musicians and singers backing Barry on stage it's going to be a huge final performance and worthy of the 'One Last Time!' moniker. He's been entertaining the masses both across the world and at his home for the past few years Las Vegas, where he performed over 400 shows over the course of his tenure. Barry Manilow is a man well practiced with the stage, and on Thursday 23 June you can see it all for yourself as you're entertained by a Grammy, Tony and Emmy Award winning performer.

Before the show you'll both get to enjoy a sightseeing cruise down the River Thames, with a glass of bubbly in hand, some canaps to nibble on and a session of live music too: all to get you ready for the amazing concert ahead.

Package includes:

  • 1 hour 30 minute Thames River Cruise to the O2 Arena
  • Welcome glass of champagne and canap reception, with live music on board to up the atmosphere.
  • A premium ticket to see Barry Manilow live at London's O2 Arena

On arrival at the Westminster Pier in London you'll climb aboard your Thames River Cruise to be greeted by a member of staff and a welcoming glass of bubbly each. As you make your way down the river on your 1 hour 30 minute cruise you'll also get to nibble on some canaps and enjoy some live music before disembarking at the O2 Arena Pier.

From there you'll make your way to your premium seats to enjoy the evening's amazing Barry Manilow performance.

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