The Barricade Boys, the singing group featuring past performers from hit musical Les Misérables, are heading back to the West End in 2023 for a special concert.
They are set to play the Adelphi Theatre in London on 17 October 2023, in a show promising to be packed with songs from the greatest musicals of all time, plus some classic pop, rock, Motown and swing.
Following London, the boys will then play St David’s Hall, Cardiff on 16 November 2023.
Starring past performers from the global hit musical Les Misérables, The Barricade Boys – who are Kieran Brown, Scott Garnham, Craig Mather and Simon Schofield – have entertained fans around the world since they formed in 2015.
They have just returned from a tour of the USA, culminating in a sold-out show at New York’s 54 Below.
Scott Garnham said in a statement: “Fans of musical theatre – get ready for the ultimate West End party night! We’ve had an absolute ball during the past few years, none more so than on our recent US Tour and sell-out 54 Below night. It’s going to be so good to be back in front of UK audiences for what we promise will be the ultimate feel-good night. The Bring Him Home Tour in 2022 was incredible – to be able to bring these iconic songs to packed theatres around the UK was something really special for all of us. Since then we’ve toured the world, and America was just a dream come true. Now we’re back to the UK, so get your dancing shoes and singing voices ready Cardiff and London!”
Simon and Scott established The Barricade Boys with the aim of creating a night at the musicals like no other. From the heart-wrenching emotion of Les Misérables to the toe-tapping harmonies of The Jersey Boys, The Barricade Boys’ shows are filled with powerhouse vocal harmonies and sensational dance routines.
The boys also share stories from their work in some of the world’s biggest West End shows including Wicked, Billy Elliot, The Phantom Of The Opera, The Sound Of Music, Joseph And The Technicolor Dreamcoat and more.
Book tickets to Les Miserables at the Sondheim Theatre in London