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Fans of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Wicked will relish the chance to see West End star Lee Mead perform live, when he brings his solo show to town on Sunday 29 September 2013.
Cheltenham Town Hall will provide the grand setting Mead has become accustomed to since winning BBC’s Any Dream Will Do in 2007, before going on to shine in stage productions of Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime and Legally Blonde, and releasing three solo albums.
Likened to a young Michael Ball, Mead is set to treat a local audience to hits from his West End triumphs and songs spanning his solo career, with ‘Any Dream Will Do’, ‘Gonna Make You a Star’ and ‘All You Need it Love’ all promising to go down particularly well.
Organisers said: ‘Lee and his band will reprise some of the music which many people in the audience will have heard and loved before, but expect some new material as well. Entertainers were the driving force behind many of Lee’s original solo concerts and he is very pleased to be working with them again in 2013.’
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