British singer / songwriter and occasional actor Ray Quinn will be appearing at The Princess Royal Theatre on September 22nd as part of his ‘No Man’s Land’ tour.

While Quinn’s career started with his role in infamous British soap Brookside, he rose to fame after coming second to Leona Lewis on ITV’s X Factor in 2006, leading to the release of his UK No.1 album ‘Doing It My Way’ in 2007. Since then, he has won the fourth series of Dancing on Ice back in 2009 and the final ‘All-star’ series in 2014.

Now, Ray is back in the studio, writing, singing and recording his upcoming album ‘Old Soul; Young Blood’. Britain’s youngest and most loved crooner is back with verve and a whole array of new songs, and the ‘No Man’s Land’ tour is the first chance fans will get to hear these new songs live.

Tickets are available now from npttheatres.co.uk. Standard tickets are available for only £23.11 with a buy one get one free offer available. A limited number of meet and greet tickets are also available for £37.63 which also gets you a seat in the front two rows.

Ray Quinn’s visit to Port Talbot is part of the brilliant line up of shows at The Princess Royal Theatre this autumn and winter. For the full line up, including comedian Henning Wehn and vocal troupe G4, check out the latest brochure.


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