Grab a ticket for a solo date with Take That star
Tickets go on sale at 10am this morning for a solo show at Plymouth Pavilions by Take That star, The X Factor judge, and Queen's Diamond Jubilee concert mastermind Gary Barlow. Following his two critically acclaimed solo shows at the Royal Albert Hall in London last year, Gary has announced a full UK tour which includes a visit to Plymouth on Wednesday, November 14.
"I'm really excited about these dates. Playing live is my favourite thing and I haven't played a solo show for over a year now. Last year playing two London shows was brilliant, we all had such a good time, so I thought right let's get out and see the rest of the country!" says Gary.
After 20 years in the business, more than 50 million records sold, eight number one albums, 14 number one singles, seven million concert tickets sold and six Ivor Novello Awards, Gary is regarded as one of Britain's most successful singer songwriters, as well as a key member of one of the biggest British bands of all time. He was recently named in the Queen's birthday honours list and was awarded an OBE for his huge contribution to British music as well as his significant charitable endeavours.
Ed's 4,000-capacity show is already a sell-out success
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Plymouth Pavilions is the venue for a sell-out show on Monday by a young singer songwriter who has taken the world by storm in the past couple of years. Ed Sheeran has won the hearts of audiences young and old with his mix of acoustic pop, rap and beatbox rhythms. After building up a strong Internet and grass roots fanbase, Suffolk-raised Ed's single debut The A Team, documenting a young girl's decline into drug-taking and prostitution, turned all the right heads at the BBC, securing him plenty of Radio 1 and 2 airplay and a guest slot on Later With Jools Holland. He was first brought to the Westcountry by Cornwall promoters SW1 Productions, who are also staging the Plymouth show – their second successful foray into this 4,000 capacity venue.