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Actor & West End Star Lee Mead Announces October UK Concert Tour

Actor and West End Star Lee Mead has announced details of his October UK tour. Get details about the show and all the dates in here…



Lee Mead

Award-winning stage and screen actor, singer and West End leading man, Lee Mead has announced an all-new October concert tour. The tour will see Mead, known for his powerful voice and magnetic stage presence, embark on a series of unforgettable performances, showcasing some of his favourite songs.

The show sees Mead taking centre stage alongside his live band to perform a repertoire that spans various genres from his musical influences, including musical theatre classics, contemporary hits, soulful ballads and a sneak peek at his brand-new EP.

Currently in rehearsals for the West End’s summer revival of We Will Rock You, his career started with a breakthrough win on the BBC talent show Any Dream Will Do, to his subsequent career in the West End, including Wicked, Legally Blonde, Chicago, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, along with regular TV roles.

“I am absolutely thrilled to announce my October concert tour,” said Mead. “I’m excited to journey back through some of my musical influences and it’s a chance for me to connect and share with my fans my passion for music and live entertainment. We have put together an exciting setlist that I hope will resonate with audiences and be a fun night out for all.”

Tour Dates:

10/17 – Bury St.Edmunds, The Apex
10/18 – Redhill, The Harlequin Theatre
10/19 – Watford, Palace Theatre
10/20 – Clacton, West Cliff Theatre
10/24 – Portsmouth, New Theatre Royal
10/25 – Newbury, Corn Exchange
10/26 – Taunton, Brewhouse Theatre
10/28 – Worcester, Swan Theatre

To purchase tickets and for more information about the tour dates and venues, please visit Lee Mead’s Official Website

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.