Gary Barlow’s ‘A Different Stage’ returns to London

There’s two more performances at the Savoy Theatre.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

After a West End season, the Take That star Gary Barlow will perform his one-man stage show A Different Stage in the West End once more. A Different Stage is at the Savoy Theatre on 21 and 28 November. Book Gary Barlow: A Different Stage tickets on London Theatre.

Barlow’s solo show, A Different Stage, follows the artist as he recounts his life story. In a four-star review, our critic said: “Barlow truly is one of the great popular composers of our time, and, as his nostalgic, funny and ultimately triumphant show proves, a strong storyteller too. This is Barlow’s well-earned moment to shine.”

Barlow and Tim Firth co-create A Different Stage. Firth directs, with a creative team including design by Es Devlin, lighting by Bruno Poet and sound design by Gareth Tucker.

Who is Gary Barlow?

Gary Barlow is a British singer and songwriter, best known as one-fifth of the British band, Take That. Barlow has also worked on a variety of musicals, including The Girls and Finding Neverland, and the Take That musical The Band. Find out more about Gary Barlow.

Gary Barlow: A Different Stage is at the Savoy Theatre.

Book Gary Barlow: A Different Stage tickets on London Theatre.

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Photo credit: Gary Barlow (Photo courtesy of production)

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