November 03, 2016
We gave you a brief glimpse of this incredible event a week or two ago on the blog, but we’ve just received photos by top event photographer Arif Gardner, which showcase just how brilliant The Jack Pack were at The Dorchester for the Institute of Travel & Tourism.
Last year, the ITT (as they’re otherwise known) had Wandering Hands entertain them at their gala dinner and they were fantastic. This year, in celebration of their 60th anniversary, they returned to us for something a little different and decided to hire the Jack Pack to provide songs that everybody could dance to at The Dorchester in central London.
Now we don’t want to suggest that the boys were incredible without proving it to you, so here are the photos! As you can see for yourself, they were the perfect choice and the ITT should be praised for their evident skill in handpicking the entertainment for their event! Singing a selection of songs in a Rat Pack style (if the name didn’t give it away), The Jack Pack really are an amazing act and how they didn’t win Britain’s Got Talent in 2014 is anyone’s guess!
Not only did the dapper gents sing classics from yesteryear, but they also got down on the dancefloor themselves, dancing to a ballad or two with a couple of lucky guests!
This was a wonderful event and we can’t wait to work with the Jack Pack again. As for the Institute of Travel & Tourism, we are tremendously excited to see what entertainment they’ll book for their event next year!
Many thanks again to Arif Gardner for the fantastic photos and we think this one above sums up just why should not only hire entertainment for an event, but why you should put it front and centre for all to enjoy.
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By Henry Fosdike