Gary Barlow has delighted fans by announcing that he’s heading to London’s West End this summer with his one man show, A Different Stage.
The Take That front man will perform 18 dates at London’s Duke of York’s Theatre in August and September 2022.
It follows on from hugely successful tour dates in Runcorn, Manchester, Liverpool and Edinburgh.
Here’s everything you need to know, including the full performance dates and how to get tickets.
When is Gary Barlow performing in London?
The Back for Good singer and songwriter will start his London tour dates on Tuesday 30 August, with performances then taking place every Tuesday to Sunday up until, and including, Sunday 18 September.
The unique show will see Barlow sing, play instruments and talk to the audience, as he tells the story of his life through the music he performs.
Posting a video on his official Twitter page, Barlow told fans he was excited to perform on the West End.
He said: “Wow, what an amazing thing this is going to be, to be in the West End, I can’t believe it. I feel so lucky. I hope to see you there.”
What are the full tour dates?
These are the full tour dates for Gary Barlow’s show, A Different Stage:
- Tuesday 30 August 2022
- Wednesday 31 August 2022
- Thursday 1 September 2022
- Friday 2 September 2022
- Saturday 3 September 2022
- Sunday 4 September 2022
- Tuesday 6 September 2022
- Wednesday 7 September 2022
- Thursday 8 September 2022
- Friday 9 September 2022
- Saturday 10 September 2022
- Sunday 11 September 2022
- Tuesday 13 September 2022
- Wednesday 14 September 2022
- Thursday 15 September 2022
- Friday 16 September 2022
- Saturday 17 September 2022
- Sunday 18 September 2022
How do I get tickets?
Tickets are on sale now via Ticketmaster.
They are priced between £42 and £94.50, and are expected to sell out quickly.
Who is Gary Barlow?
Gary Barlow, aged 51, is a singer-songwriter, pianist and record producer best known for being the lead vocalist and songwriter for pop group Take That.
He is one of the UK’s most successful songwriters, having written 13 number 1 singles in the UK, including Take That hit Back for Good which went to number 1 in 31 countries across the world.
He also has a successful solo career, securing three number-one singles, six top-ten singles and three number-one albums.
He is also a six-time recipient of the Ivor Novello Award, which recognises excellence in songwriting and composing, and has sold over 50 million records worldwide.
Barlow was appointed an OBE at the 2012 Queen’s Birthday Honours for his services to the entertainment industry and charity.
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