The world’s most popular musical theatre group Collabro have announced a Nottingham date on their new, 51-date ‘Road to the Royal Albert Hall’ tour.
The band will play at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham on Friday March 29 2019.
Collabro met in 2014 for their first rehearsal at a London pub; just a month later the band went on to rouse the Hammersmith Apollo into a standing ovation for their first public performance of ‘Stars’ for the Britain’s Got Talent judges.
The band then won their semi-final heat with more than 63 per cent of the votes before going on to win the competition.
This led to Collabro joining Simon Cowell’s record label ‘Syco’.
Since the competition, Collabro have released a number one debut album called ‘Stars’, followed by ‘Act Two’ which peaked at number two in the charts in the summer of 2015.
They have performed at the Royal Variety Performance, twice on Britain’s Got Talent as winners and are successful internationally.
Collabro have performed for over 30 million people in Japan on Music Station on two separate occasions – receiving a Gold Disc for Best International Artist alongside Sam Smith and Meghan Trainor.
They have also completed two tours of America and signed a major US record deal.
The boys performed to seven-million people at Soccer Aid 2016 which was followed by a performance at the BBC Proms in the Park in the same year.
A summer tour supporting the legendary Cliff Richard preceded their own sell-out 29 date Headline Tour of the UK at the end of 2017.
March 2017 saw the release of their third studio album ‘Home’, a collection of stage classics, fan favourites and also their first original song ‘Lighthouse’, reaching number seven in the UK Album Chart.
2018 has already seen Collabro embark a sold-out tour of Asia and perform as special guests on Barry Manilow’s UK Tour.
Tickets for the tour go on general sale on Friday (June 22) at 10am and are available from the websites Gigs and Tours and Ticketmaster.