Gary Barlow Show, 'A Different Stage' Set For Summer Season In The West End

Pop icon and songwriter Gary Barlow is set to perform a limited season of his one-man stage show A Different Stage in the West End this summer at the Duke of York’s Theatre from August 30th to September 25th.

Barlow first found fame as one-fifth of the British boy band, Take That during the 1990s and has won eight BRIT Awards during a career that has seen him sell over 45 million records. The talented singer and songwriter has also ventured into musical theatre with several shows including the jukebox musical 'The Band' that featured the music of Take That, as well as 'Finding Neverland' and 'The Girls'.

Barlow’s latest offering, A Different Stage, is a solo show that follows the artist as he recounts the story of his own life. He has already performed A Different Stage in venues around the country and now brings the show to London for a four week run.

Speaking of the show, Barlow commented, “Now I've done shows where it has just been me and a keyboard. I've done shows where I sit and talk to people. I've done shows where I've performed as part of a group, but this one, well, it’s like all of those, but none of them. When I walk out this time, it's going to be a very different stage altogether.”

A Different Stage has been co-created by Barlow and Tim Firth who also directs the production. The wider creative team includes sound design by Gareth Tucker, design by Es Devlin, and lighting by Bruno Poet.

performances of A Different Stage will be at the Duke of York’s Theatre from August 30th to September 25th.

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