Alfie Boe OBE will be touring the UK and along the way, he’ll be performing in Manchester at Bridgewater Hall.
Known for his powerful operatic voice and performances as Jean Val Jean in theatre productions of Les Miserables, the tenor has been active on the music and theatre scenes since 1999, making his stage debut at the age of 14 before pursuing a career in it.
He has won several awards for his body of work and, in 2022, was nominated for the Best Musical Theatre Album Grammy Award for “Les Miserables: The Stage Concert”, losing out to Emily Bear.
The 49-year-old has released a total of 14 studio albums - the first of which, Classic FM Presents Alfie Boe, came out in 2006. His most recent album, Together at Christmas (with Michael Ball) was released in 2020.
The tour begins on September 13, 2023 in Leicester, taking in 21 locations along the way, and finishing up in Dublin on October 17, he will pay a visit to Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall on October 8. If you’d like to see Alfie Boe’s show in Manchester, here’s everything you will need to know.
How to get tickets for Alfie Boe’s Manchester show
Tickets for the Manchester leg of Alfie Boe’s 2023 UK tour can be purchased on Live Nation. Tickets will go on sale at 10am on Friday (November 4).
You can also buy tickets a day early on Thursday (November 3) with presale. To access presale, you’ll need to register an account with Live Nation on their website.
Full list of Alfie Boe UK tour 2023 concert dates
- Leicester: De Montfort Hall, September 13
- Bath: Forum, September 15
- Plymouth: Plymouth Pavilions, September 16
- Brighton: Brighton Dome, September 18
- Southampton: O2 Guildhall, September 19
- Southend: Cliffs Pavilion, September 20
- Bournemouth: Pavilion Theatre, September 22
- Llandudno: Venue Cymru Theatre, September 23
- London: London Palladium, September 25
- Sheffield: Sheffield City Hall, September 27
- Newcastle: O2 City Hall, September 29
- Harrogate: Harrogate Convention Centre, September 30
- Liverpool: Liverpool Philharmonic, October 2
- Glasgow: Royal Concert Hall, October 3
- Edinburgh: The Usher Hall, October 5
- Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall, October 6
- Manchester: Bridgewater Hall, October 8
- Cardiff: St. David’s Hall, October 10
- Oxford: New Theatre, October 11
- Blackpool: Blackpool Opera House, October 13
- Birmingham: Symphony Hall, October 14
- Belfast: Waterfront Hall, October 16
- Dublin: National Concert Hall, October 17
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