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ball and bos 2020 tourWest End stars Alfie Boe and Michael Ball are to join forces again next year with a new Back Together tour which kicks off in Glasgow on 22nd February 2020 finishing with a show at The O2, London on 7th March 2020.

They will be supported by special guests Johnny Mac and the Faithful (for the first leg of the tour at Glasgow, Aberdeen, Leeds and Manchester) and  Shaun Escoffery (for Nottingham, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bournemouth, Brighton and The O2 London show)

Celtic-folk and Americana band leaderr Johnny Mac is an award-winning songwriter and producer who has written hits for artists including Westlife, Busted, Echo & The Bunnymen, Shane MacGowan, Sandi Thom and more recently Rod Stewart.

Shaun Escoffery has been in the West End since he was a teenager in Chaka Khan's Mama, 'I Want to Sing'. He was nominated for an Olivier for The Donmar Warehouse's Parade and was the first black actor to play Enjolras in Les Misérables. Most recently  he been starring  as Mufasa in the Lion King for twelve years. He  will be performing music from his most recent album.

The announcement coincides with the news that they will release a brand new duet album entitled Back Together on 1st November 2019 which will be their third album release together, following on from their 2016 debut Together and 2017’s Together Again.

Michael and Alfie first met in a production of Kismet at the London Coliseum over a decade ago, instantly bonding over a shared mutual respect and admiration for each other’s work. Although they both have successful solo careers, their work as a duo has turned Ball and Boe means they have sold over 1 million albums in the UK alone, received two classic BRIT Awards, sold out two headline arena tours and presented two ITV specials.

Michael Ball is a two-time Olivier Award-winner whose career in the West End and on Broadway has spanned more than three decades, wining the Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical in 2008 for Hairspray and in 2013 for Sweeney Todd. He previously co-hosted the awards in 2011 and 2012.

Boe made his Broadway debut as Rodolfo in Baz Luhrmann's acclaimed production La Boheme, for which he and his co-stars received a special Tony Award in 2003 for their performances. Boe appeared in LES MISERABLES in October 2010 as Jean Valjean in the 25th Anniversary Concert at London's O2 Arena.