Fri 1 Mar 2024
Join Gareth, together with his band and singers, for this uplifting and joyous new show. Tickets will go on-sale at 10.00am on Friday 24 March.
Gareth Malone said: “Following the barnstorming, whirlwind success of Sing-Along-A-Gareth in 2022, I‘m back – new and improved with Sing-Along-A-Gareth-Two! Featuring a whole new list of classic tunes for you and your friends to sing your hearts out to. I’ll be up and down the nation warming your larynxes in a feel-good evening of fun that will leave you with a song in your heart.“
Playing piano, guitar and bass, Gareth will keep everyone entertained throughout the show as he creates songs on the spot and helps the audience to write their own songs too, discovering some hidden talent along the way. This is a feel-good evening of upbeat fun tracks we all know and love, which everyone can easily sing along to. The song list will be available to download in advance for those wanting to practice. Whether you are coming with a choir, with friends or solo – all are welcome to join Gareth in this celebration of community and song.
Audiences will get to enjoy a whole evening of new classic songs that Gareth will select to raise the roof of every theatre. Prepare your vocal cords for a night of pure joy that will uplift your spirits and bring everyone together through the power of song.
Gareth is currently putting together a new set-list for this 2023 tour, songs may include: 9 to 5 – Dolly Parton, We Are The Champions – Queen, Losing My Religion – R.E.M., Superstar – Jamelia, Eye of the Tiger – Survivor, Take On Me – Aha, Proud Mary – Tina Turner, You Got A Friend – Carole King, I Will Wait – Mumford and Sons , Baker Street – Gerry Rafferty , Chasing Cars – Snow Patrol, along with a few surprises, including a unique medley of party songs created by Gareth!
Gareth’s achievements as choirmaster, presenter and populariser of choral music include three number one singles, two BAFTA Awards and countless popular television shows over the last 15 years – including The Choir and The Choir: Military Wives. He was also the pioneer of the hugely successful ‘Great British Home Chorus’ – which saw thousands of people across the country sing with Gareth from their kitchens, bedrooms and living rooms during the pandemic.