Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Matt Cardle announces new solo tour

West End Frame Award winner Matt Cardle has announced dates and venues for his 2016 solo tour, Intimate & Live.

In this new show Cardle will give audiences an intimate and exclusive insight into the various aspects and inspirations of his musical life. 

The tour begins on 7th June at Shoreditch Town Hall in London and concludes at the Lyceum Theatre in Sheffield on 27th July.

Alongside songs from his previous albums and some personally selected covers, Cardle will also be previewing some new material from his forthcoming studio album Higher Power for the first time. 

Last year Cardle starred as Huey Calhoun in the West End production of Memphis The Musical at the Shaftesbury Theatre, starring opposite Beverley Knight as Felicia Farrell. For his performance Cardle won the 2015 West End Frame Award for Best West End Debut.

Since winning the seventh series of The X Factor in 2010, Cardle has gone on to become a multi-platinum recording artist who has sold over 2.2 million records in the UK and completed five sell-out tours. 

A talented vocalist, songwriter, guitarist, pianist and drummer, Cardle’s debut single ‘When We Collide’ sold over one million copies and last year was named as one of the Top 40 biggest selling singles of the past decade. The song spent three weeks at #1 and was nominated for Best British Single at the 2011 Brit Awards. Gary Barlow wrote Cardle’s next Top 10 hit ‘Run For Your Life’ which was followed by the release of his platinum selling debut album Letters. 

Cardle’s other albums, which have charted in the Top 10, include The Fire and Porcelain. He most recently entered the Top 10 singles chart with ‘Loving You’, a duet with Spice Girl Melanie C. Cardle completed his fifth sold-out UK tour in April 2014.

2016 Tour Dates

7th June 
Shoreditch Town Hall London

13th June 
Corn Exchange Cambridge

16th June 
Alban Arena St Albans

18th June 
G Live Guildford

19th June 
The Capital Theatre Horsham

26th June 
Northcott Theatre Exeter

3rd July 
Town Hall Cheltenham

4th July 
The Octagon Theatre Yeovil

5th July 
Marlowe Theatre Canterbury

9th July 
Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth

10th July
Floral Pavilion Wirral

11th July
The Glee Club Birmingham

13th July
The Apex Theatre Bury St Edmunds

19th July
Orchard Theatre Dartford

26th July
Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh

27th July
Lyceum Theatre Sheffield

Please visit for further information and tickets.

Photo Credit: Piers Allardyce

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