TOP selling operatic trio Tenors Unlimited are set to come to Christchurch next month.

The group, who call themselves the ‘Rat Pack of Opera’, are to take to The Regent Centre stage on Saturday October 9 with a brand-new show That’s Amore: Songs of Love and Laughter.

Tenors Unlimited have performed alongside such notables as Sting, Lionel Richie, Beyoncé, Hayley Westenra, Simply Red and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to name a few.

For over 15 years, Tenors Unlimited have been entertaining audiences world-wide using talents honed in their previous solo careers in opera and theatre.

Jem Sharples from Tenors Unlimited said: “We are so looking forward to performing live again after a very challenging year for everyone.

“We want our audiences to have an uplifting experience in this show, so we’ve chosen songs of love and laughter - some from our back catalogue, as well as new numbers, old favourites, modern pop songs and some we’ve written ourselves.

“There’s something for everyone.”

In their latest show “That’s Amore”, Scott Ciscon, Jem Sharples and Paul Martin will take audiences on a journey through some of the best loved songs of the last century, made famous by other ‘icons of song’ such as Pavarotti, Lanza, Sting, Bublé and Freddie Mercury.

Bournemouth Echo: Southbourne based choir Sing People Sing will perform alongside Tenors Unlimited on Saturday October 9

Joining Tenors Unlimited on the night at the Regent will be Southbourne based choir, Sing People Sing, a multi-award winning, dynamic, contemporary choir rooted in modern musical theatre and performance.

The choir has formed an enviable reputation for choral excellence and has performed all over the South Coast.

In April 2015, the choir made its professional debut in "Godspell in Concert" in Southampton.

Then in March 2016 the choir swept the board at the New Milton Music Festival, winning their class and being awarded the Choral Cup for best overall choir for the second year running.