Brit Award-winners Blake are back with a refined new sound, new songs and their biggest UK tour yet which is coming to the Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield.
The harmony trio is also giving a golden opportunity for local choirs to support them.
Re-inspired by the enduring trio sound of The Three Tenors, The Bee Gees and Boyz-II-Men, Blake’s concert show includes songs from new album In Harmony and previous four releases.
Musicals, pop and classical songs collide in the group’s stage spectacular, which comes to the Pomegranate Theatre on May 1. The show will be accompanied by musicians and video projections.
Returning from tours to the United States, Russia, Eastern Europe, South Africa and Asia, audiences can expect their famous and hilarious rat-pack banter to feature some fascinating new stories.
Blake are once again searching the UK for local choirs to join them on stage as part of their In Harmony tour. Over the last five years the group have been joined by more than 250 local choirs around the UK and overseas.
Humphrey Berney said: “We three guys got our musical starts in life through performing in choirs so it’s been inspirational to see so many UK groups sending us their YouTube clips for consideration over the years.”
Choirs need to email videos to www.blakeofficial.com and the chosen groups will perform alongside the trio on five ensemble songs, as well as present their own solo song.
Tickets to see Blake at the Pomegranate cost £21.50.