Lee Mead – Up Front And Centre!

( In Association with SOS Ltd)

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

2017 sees Lee Mead return to his favourite venue for a residency over a 10 month period – the first in The Pheasantry’s history! Lee is very excited to perform a concert each month at the venue from February until November 2017. The performances will showcase Lee’s extensive repertoire of songs from musical theatre, his recent album, and some of his own personal favourites. Join Lee for a relaxed show packed with great music and song! 

Please note that due to high demand for tickets, bookings for one will be on shared tables.

THE SHOW ON SUNDAY 26th MARCH WILL BE A MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL 

£35.00

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LEE MEAD shot to prominence after winning the BBC series ‘Any Dream Will Do’ to take the role of Joseph in the West End in 2007.   Booking was so fast for the musical that the producers extended the show’s run and Lee’s contract until January 2009.

In June 2007 Lee released ‘Andy Dream Will Do’ and ‘Close Every Door’ by download.   Five days later the songs entered the UK Singles Download Chart and peaked at No 2.  Lee released his first album ‘Lee Mead’ in 2007 and his second album ‘Nothing Else Matters’ in 2009. 

Lee returned to the West End in 2010 to take on the role of Fyero in the musical ‘Wicked’ and to pursue a solo singing career, taking his own show ‘An Evening with Lee Mead’ around the UK on his days off from the musical.  He also starred in his own Christmas show at the London Coloseum in December 2010. 

Lee continued to tour the UK with his band and in October 2013 he joined the permanent  cast of BBC ‘Casualty’ as Nurse Ben ‘Lofty’ Chiltern, a role which was specifically created for him and which has proved a huge success for Lee and for the show.   In spite of being incredibly busy at the BBC, and in pantomime each Christmas and New Year, Lee found time to perform in his own concerts during 2014.   He also returned to the West End’s legendary Garrick Theatre in December 2014 and 2015 with his own Christmas shows.  

Lee took a 12-month leave of absence from ‘Casualty’ to take on the role of ‘Caractacus Potts’ in a new touring production of ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’ from May-September 2016.  He released his wonderful fourth album ‘Some Enchanted Evening’ in February 2016 and has toured with his own show of the same name in 2015 and 2016.  The album was launched at The Pheasantry in London in March 2016 followed by a nationwide tour in October 2016.  

Looking forward to 2017, Lee is delighted to have the opportunity to take up a 10 month residency at his favourite venue, The Pheasantry, where he loves the atmosphere.    It’s the first residency of its kind for the venue  and Lee will give one concert per month from February 2017 until November 2017.  Lee will perform songs from the shows, his albums and some of his own personal favourites.  

Band Lineup

Lee Mead (vocals)

Tommy Emmerton (guitar)

Michael Riley (piano)