FOLLOWING two solo shows at the Royal Albert Hall in London last year, Gary Barlow has announced a full UK and Ireland tour starting in November including two hometown Manchester shows.
After 20 years in the business, over 50 million records sold, eight number one albums, fourteen number one singles, seven million concert tickets sold and six Ivor Novello Awards, Gary Barlow is regarded as one of Britain’s most successful singer songwriters. Together with Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and Robbie Williams he is also a member of one of the biggest British bands of all time - Take That.
Performing songs spanning the entirety of his music career, Gary will play Manchester’s O2 Apollo on Thursday 6 December followed by The Bridgewater Hall on Friday 7 December.
He said: “I’m really excited about these dates. Playing live is my favourite thing and I haven't played a solo show for over a year now. Last year playing two London shows was brilliant, we all had such a good time, so I thought right let's get out and see the rest of the country.”
- Tuesday 13 November, Bournemouth International Centre
- Wednesday 14 November, Plymouth Pavilions
- Wednesday 21 November, Edinburgh Playhouse
- Tuesday 27 November, London Royal Albert Hall
- Wednesday 28 November, Sheffield City Hall
- Thursday 6 December, Manchester O2 Apollo
- Friday 7 December, Manchester The Bridgewater Hall
- Friday 28 December, Newcastle City Hall
- Sunday 20 December, Wolverhampton Civic Hall
- Monday 31 December, Oxford New Theatre
- Wednesday 2 January, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
- Friday 4 January, Blackpool Opera House
- Saturday 5 January, Cardiff St David’s Hall
- Monday 7 January, Dublin The Olympia
- Tuesday 8 January, Belfast The Waterfront
Tickets go on sale 10am Friday 19 October
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