Decca Records star Michael Ball is hitting the road across the U.K. in 2024 with his long-awaited “On With The Show” headline tour. The jaunt will include shows at London’s Eventim Apollo, Manchester’s O2 Apollo and Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall. General on-sale tickets will be available on Friday September 29, at 10am local time via the Live Nation website.
Michael Ball is Britain’s leading musical theatre star, a double Olivier Award-winning, Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum recording artist and a hugely popular radio and TV presenter. For over 30 years he has been at the top of his game, starring in musical theatre productions including Les Miserablés, Hairspray and Sweeney Todd in the West End and on Broadway, winning critical acclaim, a devoted following and awards for his stage work and recording career.
In addition to a hugely successful radio broadcasting career, which includes his own Radio 2 show, he regularly tours the UK as a concert artist and has sold millions of albums over the last 30 years; he’s performed in Australia, China, the USA, Japan and, in 2007, made his BBC Proms debut: An Evening with Michael Ball at the Royal Albert Hall which marked the first time a musical theatre star had been given a solo concert at the Proms.
In 2016 he released Together, a collaborative effort with close friend and singer Alfie Boe. The album became the UK’s best-selling album of 2016 and beat the likes of Little Mix and The Rolling Stones to the Christmas No.1 spot. Ball & Boe then released Together Again which brought the pair yet another No.1 album in 2017, and Back Together which landed them the No.2 spot in the Official Albums Chart.
Michael Ball’s ‘On With The Show’ U.K. tour includes the following dates.
March 11: Brighton, The Dome
March 13: Portsmouth, Portsmouth Guildhall
March 14: Cardiff, St. David’s Hall
March 16: Bath, The Forum
March 17: London, Eventim Apollo
March 19: Oxford, New Theatre
March 20: Ipswich, Regent Theatre
March 22: Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
March 23: Manchester, O2 Apollo
March 25: Birmingham, Symphony Hall
March 26: Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall
March 28: York, Barbican.