Gareth Malone

Gareth Malone OBE has helped galvanise the British choral scene through his TV series, concert tours and recordings. Gareth first appeared on TV in the three-part BBC documentary series The Choir in 2006, with students who had never sung before and ultimately taking them to compete in the World Choir Games in China.
Several series of The Choir followed and, in a new direction, Gareth Malone’s Extraordinary School For Boys exploring how boys are educated. The Choir: Military Wives saw Gareth undertaking a highly emotional challenge giving a voice to the wives and girlfriends left behind while troops were deployed to Afghanistan resulting in a Christmas number one with Wherever You Are. More recently Gareth was involved in two very different projects commemorating the centenary of World War One: The Big Performance for CBBC and an appearance with the Military Wives Choir for the BBC Proms which formed a part of the Warhorse Prom. 2014 ended with a third No.1 single from Gareth featuring a group of unlikely singers in the All Star Choir for BBC Children in Need.
Most recently, Gareth formed the infamous Invictus Choir made up of wounded ex-armed services personnel to perform the song ‘Flesh and Blood’ at the 2016 Invictus Games in Orlando, Florida.

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Gareth Malone Pre-Concert Meet Ups


Please arrive in the theatre foyer at 4pm where you will be collected by Gareth’s tour manager.
You must bring this confirmation to gain access.

Part pre-concert talk, part sing along; this is the perfect introduction to the show!

You will meet Gareth, hear all about the show form the man himself, warm up your vocals & learn the audience participation pieces. As well as a chance to see what’s going on behind the scenes, each attendee will receive an exclusive Gareth Malone badge, unavailable anywhere else, and have a group photo with Gareth, which he will add to his Facebook page.

Places are limited to a maximum of 40 attendees and will last approximately 45 minutes.

Does not act as a ticket to the main show.

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