John Barrowman to Launch First Solo Tour in 2008

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John Barrowman, the star of the London and Broadway stage, will launch his first solo U.K. tour in 2008.
John Barrowman
John Barrowman

Barrowman's tour will feature songs from his new recording, "Another Side," which will be available on the Sony BMG label beginning Nov. 12. The tour will kick off April 7, 2008, at the Wales Millennium Centre and will continue through April 17. The complete list of tour dates follows.
April 7, 2008 at the Wales Millennium Centre
April 8 at the Birmingham Symphony Hall
April 9 at the Nottingham Royal Centre
April 10 at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
April 11 at the Gateshead Sage
April 13 at the London Hammersmith Apollo
April 14 at the Bristol Colston Hall
April 15 at the Manchester Bridgewater Hall
April 17 at the Brighton Dome

John Barrowman reprised his role as Billy Crocker in the National Theatre's production of Anything Goes at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. He originally played the role opposite Elaine Paige in 1989. On Broadway, the actor starred in the Stephen Sondheim revue Putting It Together and also made a guest appearance in the New York company of Sunset Boulevard, repeating his London role as Joe Gillis. Barrowman's other London theatrical credits include Grease!, The Phantom of the Opera, The Fix, Miss Saigon and Beauty and the Beast. He made his London pantomime debut in a production of Cinderella and was also seen in the film of "The Producers." He has also been a judge on several reality TV casting programs and can currently be seen in the BBC series "Dr. Who" and "Torchwood."

Song titles on "Another Side" include "All Out of Love," "You're So Vain," "She's Always a Woman," "Time After Time," "Weekend in New England," "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic," "If You Leave Me Now," "Your Song," "Please Remember Me," "Heaven," "Being Alive," "Feeling Good" and "All By Myself."

Tickets for Barrowman's tour are now on sale by calling 0871 2200 260 or by visiting

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