DIRECT from London's West End and Broadway, The Barricade Boys are back on the road with their sensational and critically acclaimed national tour and will play one night only at the Albert Halls Bolton later this month.

Known for their fabulous harmonies, incredible vocals, dashing good looks and stacks of charm, The Barricade Boys will be performing songs from the world’s longest running musical, Les Misérables.

As well as performing scores from the musical, the group will also be celebrating music from some of the most iconic names in the music industry, from powerful ballads and beautiful operatic arias to some of the best pop, rock and swing numbers of all time.

After sell-out performances in London’s West End, an appearance on Broadway and a host of international dates, the group is once again taking their spectacular live show around the country, stopping off at Bolton

The Barricade Boys have played nearly every major role in musical theatre from The Phantom of The Opera, Wicked and Billy Elliot to Jersey Boys, The Sound Of Music and of course Les Misérables.

The Barricade Boys were founded in 2016 by West End stars Scott Garnham Simon Schofield who had the title role in Oliver!

Simon said: "The Barricade Boys was launched at The Charing Cross Theatre in London’s West End. We didn’t know what would happen or if we would even sell a ticket but within two weeks of its launch the performance was completely sold out and we knew we had stumbled across something very special. We performed to a fantastic crowd and ended the show with a full standing ovation; the atmosphere was electric. And the atmosphere has remained electric at every venue we go to all over the world whether that be in New Zealand, Paris, London or New York."

Scott added: "I was in Les Miserables in the West End and also lucky enough to be part of the 25th anniversary at the O2 Arena with Alfie Boe and Matt Lucas. It was overwhelming to see the love and appreciation of the show and to understand how much it means to people. I knew then that Les Miserables was special and that a show featuring members of the cast performing songs from the show, in a unique way, plus hearing music that the stars of the show themselves loved singing would be something really special. An idea was born!"

Simon said: "We sing all the classic Les Miserables songs which everyone loves and enjoys but we do them slightly differently, with our unique four-part arrangements.

"However, we don’t only perform Les Miserables and musical theatre songs.

"We sing songs from all genres from Rock and Roll to Pop Rock and Swing. It’s a really fun show with a really special atmosphere ­— so if you feel like singing or dancing in the aisles you can do, or you can just sit back and relax. It’s not every night that you can watch a show which goes from Bohemian Rhapsody to Frankie Valli, with, of course, our unique arrangements of the Les Miserables classics."

Scott added: "We’ve got pop, swing, Motown, other musical theatre and even a rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody. So whether you like the sounds of 60’s with our Jersey Boys medley or the ballads of West Side Story, there’s something for everyone."

Highlights include performing at the St James Theatre Broadway in a gala evening honouring Jude Law in which the lyrics were changed from One Day More to One Jude Law!

"It was a real highlight of the concert and had everyone, including Jude, roaring with laughter. We met him afterwards and he asked if we’d print out the lyrics for him so he could send a copy to his mum," said Scott.

The Barricade Boys will be at the Albert Halls on Sunday, May 26th at 7.30pm.

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