Get ready to sing from your seat as Gareth Malone invites you, the audience, to be part of his first ever live tour.
That eagerly-awaited tour is to include a date at Royal Concert Hall, in Nottingham, on Sunday, June 1, from 7.30pm.
Gareth Malone, the UK’s Favourite Choirmaster, is currently in the middle of a 14-date UK tour and is being joined by his new choir Gareth Malone’s Voices.
Following a nationwide search earlier this year for accomplished young singers, Gareth Malone has assembled the country’s finest young talent and their debut album Voices was released on November 18, 2013.
This live tour, and his new album, follow a period of personal and professional triumph for Malone which saw him topping the album and single charts with the Military Wives, and a Christmas No.1 hit, as well as receiving royal recognition in the form of an OBE.
His popular BBC shows The Choir and Sing While You Work (which has now had its second series on BBC2) have seen him take total first-timers to levels of extraordinary success and have led to a nationwide revival in community singing.
Come along, have fun and be inspired!
Tickets to see Gareth Malone - The Live Tour at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall, are £22-£36.
For availability, you can call the box office on 0115 989 5555 or you can go online to www.trch.co.uk
n Comedian and actor Alan Davies is to embark on his new tour later this tour with a show called Little Victories.
It can be seen at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on Thursday, November 13.
Alan Davies is a popular and familiar figure on our TV screens, particularly for his regular role as Stephen Fry’s sidekick on the hugely popular and long-running BBC quiz show QI, not to mention his performance in the title role of Jonathan Creek and other shows such as Bob And Rose, Whites and many more.
Now he’s back on the stand-up scene. Tickets to see Little Victories are £25 - £20, available from www.trch.co.uk or by calling the box office on 0115 989 5555.