One and all, take your seats and join theatre royalty Michael Ball as he graces the stage like never before to celebrate the release of his first ever memoir, Different Aspects.
Divulging the pitfalls and pratfalls of modern theatre, join Michael live in conversation and step into the world of a West End icon. From the stage fright that threatened his career, rising to fame in 1989 after landing the lead role in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love, which came his smash hit song Love Changes Everything. Enjoy untold anecdotes from behind the curtain on what promises to be a very special evening.
Like all brilliant nights at the theatre, you can expect laughter, tears and an abundance of heart.
Don’t miss your chance to see this West End star in a whole new light.
Prices displayed include an online per ticket booking fee. All prices include a £1.70 restoration levy.
Show starts at 7:30pm
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The prices below do not include the price of the seat ticket.
£35 per person
- A reserved table in our VIP Bar, available 60 minutes before the show and during the interval.
- Two drinks per person, including house wines, beers, single spirit mixers and soft drinks.
- Savoury bar snacks and nibbles
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Pre-show and interval drinks include 2 x 175ml glass of house wine, any beer, single spirit mixer or soft drink. Alcohol can only be served to and consumed by persons aged 18 years and over. Please ask a member of staff for details about any food allergens. See website for full terms and conditions. Please drink responsibly.
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