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Will Young

Will Young

English pop singer-songwriter who shot to fame after winning Pop Idol in 2002.

Unlike many TV talent show winners, Will Young has built a successful and enduring music career.

He has sold more than 8 million albums worldwide and also has a handful of successful acting roles to his name including his musical-theatre debut in "Cabaret".

Hit songs have included "Anything is Possible", "Light My Fire", "Leave Right Now", "Jealousy" and "All Time Love".

His many Top 3 Albums include his 2002 debut "From Now On", plus "Friday's Child" (2003), "Keep On" (2005), "Let It Go" (2008), "Echoes" (2011), 2019's "Lexicon" , "Crying on the Bathroom Floor" (2021, produced with Richard X), plus 2024's: "Light It Up".

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Updates
Light It Up tour expanded
The singer's more personal show scheduled for the autumn has been expanded with extra dates and a few new locations - Tickets available from now
15 days ago
Light It Up theatre tour announced
Presenting a rather more personal show this time around, with attention focussed on his new album, Young will be touring theatres and smaller venues extensively in the autumn - Tickets on sale now
29 days ago
Additions
15 days ago
Palace Theatre
Southend
Beck Theatre
Hayes
Reading Concert Hall
Reading
The Forum - Barrow-In-Furness
Cumbria
Grand Opera House
York
The Spa
Bridlington
The King's Hall / Winter Garden - Ilkley
Bradford
Stamford Corn Exchange
Stamford
The Y Theatre
Leicester
Theatre Severn/ Walker Theatre
Shrewsbury
The Royal and Derngate Theatre
Northampton
Shanklin Theatre
Isle of Wight
Gaiety Theatre
Ayr
Eden Court Theatre
Inverness
Gardyne Theatre
Dundee
The Tivoli Theatre
Aberdeen
The Queen's Hall
Edinburgh
Clyde Rooms
Glasgow
Glasshouse International Centre
Gateshead
The Fire Station
Sunderland
Floral Pavilion Theatre - New Brighton
Birkenhead
Lyceum Theatre
Crewe
Spa Theatre and Ocean Room
Scarborough
Storyhouse
Chester
City Hall/ Memorial Hall/ Oval Hall/ Ballroom
Sheffield
Theatre Royal
Lincoln
City Varieties Music Hall
Leeds
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Aberystwyth
Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM)
Manchester
Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Guildford
Playhouse
Norwich
The Key Theatre
Peterborough
The Apex
Bury St Edmunds
The Glee Club
Cardiff
Guildhall
Gloucester
Exeter Corn Exchange (St George's Hall)
Exeter
Queens Theatre
Barnstaple
Newbury Corn Exchange
Newbury
The Lighthouse
Poole
Assembly Hall Theatre
Tunbridge Wells
Civic Theatre
Chelmsford
Assembly Hall
Worthing
St George's Church
Brighton
Cheltenham Town Hall
Cheltenham
The Wyvern Theatre
Swindon
St George's Hall
Bristol
Princess Pavilion
Falmouth
Cadogan Hall
Kensington and Chelsea
Cadogan Hall
Kensington and Chelsea
Cadogan Hall
Kensington and Chelsea
Glasshouse International Centre
Gateshead
Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM)
Manchester
St George's Hall
Bristol
The Glee Club
Cardiff