West End Entertainment on the Cruise ship stage – four of them! The 4 Tunes.
Our main presenter Jean Heard from Doris Visits spent a year in the original Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, then later appeared in shows like No Sex Please We’re British. Cruise ships are littered with experienced top class performers and some that look and sound like the real thing like Jon Fisher as Gary Barlow. On practically every ship you will get a selection of different performers who have played the leads in West End Shows, like The Jersey Boys or Phantom, or Les Miserables or Miss Saigon. The songs you know and love come to life on those stages on the sea, with just a walk down the corridor after dinner. These boys have played leads in them all, and are all still top working West End vocalists.
So how does it work? Well, there are more than four. There is a stable of about nine as you will see from their website. All hugely talented, the best around, and between them they have compiled an act that hits home runs every time. What keeps it exciting is that of the nine, it can be any four so the show is always fresh and new.
If you like The Jersey Boys then you will love The 4 Tunes, Sarah Harding from Girl’s Aloud suggested that you’ll be singing, dancing and tingling all over. There was a time when they were on every ship we were working on and now we haven’t seen them in a while. A list of their dates and on which ship is here and at the end.
If you want to see them away from a ship you may have to travel a little more than the walk down the ship and it is unlikely it will be free. The four tunes will be a highlight of your cruise, and seeing four good looking young men about the ship doesn’t hurt either. Click here for the full gallery of their pictures.
Some other Cruise Ship Entertainers on this site. Dean Richardson (Freddie Mercury), The Opera Boys, Manuel Martinez, Eric & Little Ern (Morecambe and Wise tribute), Jimmy Jermaine (as Cliff Richard).