How to buy Gary Barlow tickets as new Different Stage gigs confirmed
Gary Barlow has announced three new destinations for his one-man theater show A Different Stage. Here’s everything you need to know.
Exciting news is out there for fans of the Take That star as the singer has confirmed three new locations for his show.
The gig is an opportunity to find out more about Gary’s personal life and career accomplishments and listen to some of his greatest hits.
Here’s everything you need to know about the gigs, as well as how to purchase tickets.
Gary Barlow announces new dates
Taking to Twitter and Instagram, Gary Barlow confirmed that he is adding more dates to his one-man show A Different Stage.
“Well our little show, A Different Stage, could not have started any better,” he wrote. “We’ve had 6 incredible shows and now we’re ready for more. We’re trying to grow this show organically so here’s our next 3 destinations. Thank you. ”
The singer recently launched the show with six nights at Runcorn’s Brindley Theater, which is close to where he was raised in Cheshire.
But thanks to the show’s success and demands from fans, Gary will be visiting three new destinations for the gig – Salford, Liverpool and Edinburgh.
How to buy tickets
Tickets for the new shows go on sale on Wednesday, February 16th at 10 am.
You can get tickets by visiting Gary Barlow’s website A Different Stage or visit each theater’s dedicated website.
Fans can purchase their tickets from Lowry Quays Theater, Liverpool Playhouse and Royal Lyceum Theater.
Here are the exact dates and locations for the three new destinations:
- Lowry Quays Theater, Salford – 22nd – 27th February
- Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool – 15th – 19th March
- Royal Lyceum Theater, Edinburgh – 22nd – 27th March
If you need more information about the shows, make sure to follow each individual theater on their respective social media profiles.
You can follow Liverpool Playhouse on Twitter via the handle @LivEveryPlay.
We have added Lowry Quays Theater’s Twitter handle in the post above and you can find Royal Lyceum Theater’s official account below:
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