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Jim Marshall Auditorium

Marti Pellow: My Private Collection

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Marti Pellow is one of Britain’s iconic music stars. Having achieved the highest accolades with Wet, Wet, Wet, one of the most successful bands in UK pop history, he is now achieving that rare position of a highly successful career as both a solo artist and as a leading musical theatre star. 

One of pop music’s leading figures, Marti has built on this career and entered the world of musical theatre. He has performed from Broadway to Tokyo, in sold-out theatre tours and in many starring roles in London’s West End. Having had the privilege to star and work with some of the greatest in shows like the record breaking tour of The Witches of Eastwick, the concert and cinema production of Chess (alongside US legends Josh Groban and Idina Menzel), starring in Jekyll & Hyde, and then taking the West End and Broadway by storm in Chicago and regularly on tour and in the West End in the huge hit Blood Brothers

His solo orchestral concerts, intimate jazz residencies, acoustic theatre tours and large arena pop concerts have built his solo career and rewarded his large following of ever growing fans with an extraordinary journey into his ceaseless passion for music. This all came together with the 2017 release of his new solo album Mysterious.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see Marti performing an intimate evening of songs from his career and that are close to his heart.  From one of our greatest concert performers - “My Private Collection” will be a very special evening to experience and to remember.

http://www.martipellowofficial.co.uk/

*Fundraising concerts in aid of Wavendon All Music Plan

Dates & Times

Mon 11 Sep8:00pm Standing Tickets
Tue 12 Sep8:00pm Standing Tickets

Ticket fee information

All transactions are subject to a transaction charge of £2.80. Internet bookings are subject to an additional booking fee of £1.80 per ticket.


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