Will Young returning to Regent

POP Idol Will Young is to perform in Ipswich, the Evening Star can today reveal.

POP Idol Will Young is to perform in Ipswich, the Evening Star can today reveal.

The singer will play the Regent Theatre in St Helen's Street on December 3.

Hazel clover theatre manager said: “Will Young last performed at the Regent in May 2004. He is a sensational performer and the atmosphere that night was incredible. I've never heard such loud screaming.

“We are delighted to welcome him back and this date is a fantastic addition to our autumn programme.”


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A spokesman for the 29-year-old Pop Idol winner said: “Will young hits the road again this winter with a major UK tour - 'Let It Go 2008' - and revitalised by a busy summer of festivals, Will is certain to be in fine form.”

Opening at Newcastle's City Hall on November 16, he will perform a total 17 dates over the following month, culminating in a closing date at London's Roundhouse on December 12.

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The spokesman added: “Will's performance, as well as featuring many favourites from his enviable back-catalogue, will centre around his stunning new album.

“Released on September 29th via RCA Label Group, 'Let It Go' plays to Will's strengths whilst also pushing him in exciting new directions, melding soul, disco and that extraordinary voice with good old-fashioned pop to create his most arresting record to date.

“The effervescent new single 'Changes', released on September 14, provides an excellent introduction to his new material and whets the appetite for what will surely become the soundtrack to winter 2008.”

Tickets are £32.50 and go on sale on Friday July 4.

Miss Clover said: “Due to the popularity of Will Young we are advising people to buy tickets in person at the theatre when the box office opens at 9.30am.”

Tickets will also be available from the box office on 01473 433100.

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