Unfortunately, the rescheduled performance of Will Young’s Show and Tell on Friday 10 September 2021 has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience this causes. Will Young has said “I’d been really looking forward to touring at the same time as the publication of my book, To Be A Gay Man. The coronavirus means that is no longer possible and so the tour will not go ahead.”

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Remember to stay safe and look after each other.

 

Pop star Will Young will speak on the evolution of pop, gay rights and wellbeing in this spoken word show. Will Young’s Show And Tell will also look at how we can all allow ourselves to be ourselves if we look at what has moulded us.   

Taking from his new book To Be A Gay Man, Will follows his life from the age of four through boarding school and university to entering and winning the biggest talent competition ever seen, Pop Idol, aged 22  

He will reflect on basking in a pop career and being one of the first gay popstars open from the beginning. Will still holdthe record for the fastest selling debut single of a male solo artist of all time andhe will ruminate on his various faux pas and hilarious incidents over an 18year career. 

Meet & Greet and VIP packages available:
£26.50 Standard 
£46.50 VIP (best seats plus goodie bag including VIP tour laminate and signed Will Young photograph)
£76.50 Super VIP (Meet ‘n’ greet with Will before the show, best seats and goodie bag, including VIP tour laminate and signed Will Young photograph) 

Duration

Approx 110 mins

Time details

Including an interval

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