NEWS: New Dates Added to Carrie Hope Fletcher’s Debut UK Tour

The musical theatre star, author and vlogger is set to embark on her debut UK tour in 2023.

(C) Michael Wharley

Additional dates have been announced for Carrie Hope Fletcher – An Open Book UK tour, taking place in May and June next year. New shows added include performances in Oxford, Liverpool, Leicester, Milton Keynes, Southend, Bath and Glasgow. The exact dates are as follows:

18-May Bradford, St George’s Hall

19-May Oxford, New Theatre

21-May Southampton, Mayflower Theatre

22-May Norwich, Theatre Royal

25-May London, The London Palladium

27-May Llandudno, Venue Cymru

28-May Salford, The Lowry

29-May Birmingham, Symphony Hall

21-May Sheffield, City Hall

01-June  Liverpool, Empire Theatre

02-June Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall

03-June Newcastle, O2 City Hall

04-June Edinburgh, Festival Theatre

06-June  Leicester, De Montfort Hall

07-June  Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes Theatre

09-June  Southend, Cliffs Pavilion

10-June  Bath, The Forum

11-June  Glasgow, Theatre Royal

These live performances will see Carrie singing songs from her West End and touring career, with fans being able to enjoy musical numbers from shows such as Heathers, Les Misérables and The Addams Family as well as being interspersed with with chat about her life and career so far.

Speaking about the tour Carrie said: “I am so excited to be preparing for my first ever solo tour – and to be adding new dates is absolutely fantastic. A solo concert tour is something I have wanted to do for some time, and it’s great to be able to visit even more places and meet even more fans. I adore being on stage and am fortunate to have performed in so many theatres, but there’s something very special about being able to get out on the road and visit some beautiful theatres around the UK.”

She has been named best performer in a female identifying role in a musical as the title role in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella. Most recently, she has appeard on stage in a new revival of Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle and is now preparing for her pantomime debut as the villain Carabosse in Sleeping Beauty at The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury. Her theatre credits also include: Fantine in Les Misérables: The Concert, Veronica in Heathers, Wednesday in The Addams Family, Éponine in Les Misérables, both Truly Scrumptious and Jemima in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Beth in Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds and Jane Banks in Mary Poppins.

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