Tenors Unlimited: Great Songs Tour

Tenors Unlimited: Great Songs Tour

Tenors Unlimited: Great Songs Tour

Tenors Unlimited: Great Songs Tour

November 23, 7.30pm

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Tenors Unlimited are excited to announce their new show ‘Great Songs Tour’. The dynamic duo – Paul Martin and Jem Sharples – will be sharing their love of singing some of the greatest opera, pop and musical theatre songs ever written.

Their repertoire includes popular classics with crooner and pop favourites, as well as original songs. These range from ‘Pearl Fishers’ Duet, Nessun Dorma, Some Enchanted Evening (South Pacific), You’re Just Too Good To Be True (Franki Valli) to Moon River and Carry You composed by Paul Martin.

They have shared stages with notables such as Sting, Lionel Richie, Katherine Jenkins, Beyoncé, Hayley Westenra, Simply Red and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to name a few.

They have appeared on television, radio and at top venues such as The Royal Albert Hall and the Royal Festival Hall. The group were privileged to sing at the memorial service for football legend Sir Bobby Robson and sang live at Wembley Stadium at the FA Cup final. Internationally they were awarded the Broadway World Best Touring Show Award in the USA then achieved a number one selling single in the UK with Who is He? in aid of The Salvation Army.

As their new decade dawns Jem and Paul are at their best.

The original classical-crossover ‘man band’ brings their own blend of wit, humour, charm and vocal arrangements to their performances.

Indulge yourself in an exciting night’s entertainment as these great showmen captivate you with soaring vocals, velvet harmonies and a killer sense of humour!

“A contemporary, captivating show enjoyed by a capacity crowd! Congratulations!” Dame Cleo Laine

“21st century tenors, great fun, great voices and a great evening.” Alan Titchmarsh

“Bravi” Sting

‘…theatrical genius…’

– The Texas Argus

‘Fabulous…(like) swimming in champagne.’

The SUN, Texas

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Sat 23 Nov 7:30 pm £15.5, £31 Book

7:30 pm


£15.5, £31

Stafford Gatehouse Theatre

  • Theatrical genius

    The Texas Argus