Lee Mead returns to his musical roots
Lee Mead , who has recently joined the cast of BBC One’s Casualty, returns to his musical roots this year, with 12 live theatre shows in theatres around the UK.
In Concert With Lee Mead, marks the third time the multi-talented artist, who catapulted to stardom in TV’s Any Dream Will Do, has toured the UK.
Lee’s coming to The Capitol, Horsham, on Saturday, August 10 (7.30pm).
He will be accompanied on stage by a three-piece band led by musical director Mason Neely.
Lee, has been a regular in London’s West End since starring in Joseph for 18 months.
He went on to study acting at the prestigious Lee Strasburg Institute in New York before returning to the West End for starring roles in Wicked and Legally Blonde.
Lee is also a founder member of West End Men, which played at the Vaudeville Theatre in London and theatres around the country and overseas.
In Concert With Lee Mead will see the versatile artist perform several show classics, such as his hit single Any Dream Will Do and Close Every Door from Joseph, as well as favourites such as Dancing Through Life from Wicked along with selections from Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera and Jesus Christ Superstar. This will be complemented by a selection of Hollywood classics, along with some of Lee’s personal favourites from his solo albums.
Lee said: “There is nothing quite like live performance and I am thrilled that I can make some time in my current acting schedule to re-connect with theatre audiences.
“The band is superb and it will be great to be singing once again.”
Lee will conclude his 2014 touring commitments on December 7 with a very special Christmas show at London’s Garrick Theatre.
He will be celebrating the festive season with a concert that will include a selection of Christmas classics , which will include Winter Wonderland, I’ll Be Home For Christmas and Baby It’s Cold Outside.
These seasonal songs will be complemented with a selection of favourites from the musicals, Hollywood classics and Lee’s solo work.
Tickets cost £23.50.
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