Gay rights activist and singer Will Young will stop off at Shrewsbury’s Theatre Severn in the autumn as part of his first ever spoken-word tour.
The Pop Idol star will visit the venue on 7 October to talk to fans about his life and experiences.
Commenting on the production, which is called Show And Tell, Will said, “I’m really looking forward to this. It’ll be a funny show, and I’ll be talking about my career as well as looking at mental health, gay rights and much, much more. It’s a spoken-word show - there’s no music - and I’m excited to be following the publication of my new book with nine UK dates.”
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