Michael Ball, Britain's leading musical star, has starred on Broadway and dominated the marquees on many of the leading West End shows for more than two decades. A proven and varied talent, Michael won acclaim and the hearts of the public with his numerous performances on stage, film and television.
All Michael's solo albums have held commanding positions in the UK charts, all rapidly going gold within weeks of their release.
We are delighted to announce that Michael is set to host and perform at “Summertime - An Evening of Gershwin” part of the Live by the Lake concert season set to take place in the majestic setting of Kenwood House on Sunday 1st September. Click here for more information and to purchase your tickets
‘Fight the Fight’ is upbeat, anthemic and has been penned by Sir Tim Rice and Stuart Brayson for their forthcoming West End page-to-stage musical, ‘From Here to Eternity’, which opens at the Shaftesbury Theatre in October. The musical marks Brayson’s West End debut and Rice’s first stage musical in ten years.
Fight The Fight is now available to pre-order on iTunes. Click here to get your copy!
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Michael Ball and Il Divo have come together to record an outstanding new version of ‘Love Changes Everything’ by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Il Divo are also special guests on Michael Ball’s brand new album Both Sides Now which features this exciting new collaboration.
Michael Ball returns with a superb brand new studio album ‘Both Sides Now’ showcasing his outstanding talents in two areas of his stellar career – musical theatre and recording studio.
Michael has today announced an extensive UK tour in April and May 2013
Tickets are priced from £12.50 to £46.50
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AN EVENING WITH MICHAEL BALL, MARTIN SHAW,
CHRISTOPHER BIGGINS, NATASHA HAMILTON AND FRIENDS
SUNDAY 26 FEBRUARY
New official 2012 calendar now available to pre-order, featuring fantastic new pictures for the year ahead.
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Catch Michael as the Demon Barber of Fleet Street "Sweeney Todd" at the Adelphi Theatre from 10th March 2012
This is a limited run so please purchase tickets early to avoid disappointment.
Full ticket information can be found at www.sweeneytoddwestend.com
Treasure the memory of your Michael Ball live experience by picking up your official tour merchandise. From tour t-shirts, mugs and tote bags, to the NEW Michael Ball 2011 Official Tour Book which features brand new imagery.
Head over to the Official Michael Ball Merchandise Store to see what is on offer. http://michaelball.officialmerchshop.com
The unstoppable MICHAEL BALL hits the Top Ten today with his new album ‘HEROES’ which enters the UK album charts at…No. 10! ‘HEROES’, released on March 14th, features 15 sold gold, classic songs from the 50s, 60s, and 70s, that were originally big hits for legendary artists such as Tony Bennett (‘For Once In My Life’), Johnny Mathis (‘Misty’), Frank Sinatra (‘Summer Wind’), Billy Joel (‘New York State of Mind’), Barry Manilow (‘Weekend In New England’) and more. A bonus track on the album is the irresistible ‘Avenues and Alleyways’, a duet with the evergreen Tony Christie, for whom the song was a massive hit. “Tony Christie is charming, stylish, very cool and I’m honoured that he agreed to record it as a duet with me,” says Michael.
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‘HEROES’ is a lush, romantic, late night album featuring torch songs, ballads, love songs and beautiful string and brass arrangements.
“I’ve wanted to record a late-night collection of timeless, romantic songs sung by some of my own musical heroes for ages,” explains Michael. “It’s a tribute to the singers I grew up listening to, whose records I bought when I was a teenager and who, over the years, have taught me so much about singing and performing. I’m talking about legendary performers who have entertained millions of people all over the world and whose work simply never dates.”
Michael has been doing a round of radio interviews about his producing role on Love Story. You can hear one on Classic FM's podcast: