Michael Starring Ben returns to West End at the London Palladium

The UK’s ultimate Michael Jackson tribute show Michael Starring Ben is heading back to the West End.

Celebrating the music of the King Of Pop, the concert production will play for one-night-only at the London Palladium on Sunday, 13 November.

Ben Bowman stars as the iconic performer, returning to the venue after a sell-out show in 2019. The London date will be followed by a series of arena dates in 2023.

Now bigger and better than ever before, Michael Starring Ben will delight the London Palladium audience with a full night honouring Michael Jackson, including hits such as Bad, Beat It, Billie Jean, Man In The Mirror, Smooth Criminal and the phenomenal track Thriller.

Speaking about the London Palladium show, Ben Bowman said: “To have performed Michael Starring Ben at the London Palladium was a dream come true – beyond my dreams in fact. So it is just an incredible honour to be heading back there again.

“When I think of all the massive stars who have performed there over the years, I cannot wait to be back again, celebrating the music of my hero Michael Jackson on that famous stage.

“I feel so honoured to have been able to use my talent here on earth to channel Michael’s legacy and I will do it for as long as I possibly can in homage to him making me the person I am today.”

Ben Hatton, director of theatre touring for promoters Cuffe and Taylor, added: “We are thrilled to be bringing Michael Starring Ben back to the West End and to the London Palladium this autumn.

“Michael Starring Ben is one of just a handful of tribute shows to have played the legendary London Palladium – and even fewer have played there more than once.

“This is testament to how hard Ben and the team work to create a fantastic night of music from one of the world’s greatest ever entertainers, and fans are in for an absolute treat to be able to see the show at the Palladium, ahead of the arena shows in 2023.”

For more information and tickets, visit www.cuffeandtaylor.com

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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