lee mead anniversary concert tour Lee Mead is celebrating - it’s 10 years since the Holby City star won the coveted starring role of Joseph in the 2007 stage revival - an event that catapulted him into the public eye. To celebrate this anniversary Lee will embark on a year long tour – Lee Mead – 10 Years – The Anniversary Tour in 2017/18. The first of the dates will be a Christmas show in London’s West End to be followed by dates throughout 2018. Lee will also release a brand new album titled Lee Mead – 10 Years, on 23 February 2018,

Lee Mead At Christmas - a very special show at the Harold Pinter Theatre on 3 December, will be followed by 26 dates in 2018 starting on 24 February at The Corn Exchange in Newbury, and concluding on 25th November in his home town of Southend at the Palace Theatre.

The album Lee Mead – 10 Years will feature twelve of Lee’s favourite tracks that he has performed over the years, amongst which will be show songs Dancing Through Life (Wicked), Hushabye Mountain from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Maria (West Side Story), Close Every Door (Joseph), As Long As You’re Mine – a duet with Rachel Tucker from Wicked, Bring Him Home (Les Miserables) along with interpretations of some contemporary numbers including Everything, With Or Without You, Leave Right Now, Let Her Down Easy, All Of Me, and Blackbird. Lee Mead – 10 Years is produced by Simon Small, whose credits include work with Michael Xavier, and John Illsley (Dire Straits)

In the past 10 years, Lee has managed to successfully combine music with stage and screen with on screen roles in Holby City and Casualty, stage roles in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Legally Blonde, Wicked, West End Men and of course his iconic starring role in Joseph, along with his live music tours and album releases. Lee is also a regular in Panto and took to the stage last year at the London Palladium as Prince Charming in Cinderella and this year stars at Southend Cliffs Pavilion in Jack and the Beanstalk.

Corn Exchange, Newbury
24th February 2018
The Stables, Milton Keynes
25th February
Drill Hall, Lincoln
10th March
The Lowry, Salford
23rd March
The Woodville, Gravesend
24th March
The Capitol, Horsham
25th March
Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury
27th April
Lowther Pavilion, Lytham St Anne’s
28th April
The Spotlight, Hoddesdon
29th April
The Riverfront, Newport
19th May
Festival Theatre, Malvern
20th May
Regal Theatre, Redruth
22nd June
Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne
23rd June
Royal Hippodrome, Eastbourne
24th June
The Plaza, Stockport
27th July
Loughborough Town Hall
28th July
Epsom Playhouse
29th July
MedinaTheatre,Newport,  IOW                    
28th September
Octagon Theatre ,Yeovil
29th September
Theatre Royal, Winchester
30th September
Palace Theatre, Newark
26th October
Castle Theatre, Wellingborough
27th October
Palace Theatre, Redditch
28th October
King’s Lynn Corn Exchange,
23rd November
West Cliff Theatre, Clacton-on-Sea
24th November
Palace Theatre, Southend-on-Sea
25th November