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Gary Barlow A Different Stage

GARY BARLOW

A DIFFERENT STAGE
 

by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth

On Sale Wed 16 Feb 10am

Acclaimed singer, songwriter, composer and producer, Gary Barlow stars in  A Different Stage, a theatrical one man stage show telling his story, in his words. Created by Gary and his long-time friend and collaborator Tim Firth, A Different Stage sees Gary narrate the journey of his life alongside the music from his incredible discography. In a project unlike anything he’s ever done before, Gary will take you behind the curtain, with nothing off limits in this special performance. 

 “Now I've done shows where it has just been me a keyboard. I've done shows where I sit and talk to people. I've done shows where I've performed as part of a group. But this one, well, it’s like all of those, but none of them. When I walk out this time, it's going to be a very different stage altogether.” GARY BARLOW 

Gary Barlow is one of Britain’s most successful songwriters and record producers. As part of the group Take That, he has won eight BRIT Awards and sold over 45 million records. Aside from his achievements with Take That, he has also co-written and produced music for other renowned artists including Dame Shirley Bassey, Sir Elton John and Robbie Williams. 

In more recent years, Gary has also turned his attention to the world of theatre, composing the score for the hugely successful production of ‘Finding Neverland’; working alongside Tim Firth on  ‘Calendar Girls The Musical’; and collaborating with Tim and his Take That bandmates on ‘The Band’, a record-breaking stage musical currently being adapted into a feature film. 

Dates, Times & Prices

Tue 22 - Sat 26 March 2022 at 7.30pm

Sun 27 Mar 2022 at 2.30pm

TICKETS
£25 - £55 (Plus 10% Booking Fee) 

On Sale Wed 16 Feb 10am

Press Coverage

"A brave and beautiful retelling of his whole life story... a seriously emotional experience"
Manchester Evening News 

"A Word-perfect two-hour show...[he] single-handedly entertained and captie and intimate audience"
Warrington Guardian