Following his critically acclaimed West End concerts, Ross Leadbeater, the award winning Welsh singer-pianist and musical director, celebrates his musical favourites from The Great British Songbook.
He will perform at the White Rock Theatre on Thursday June 23.
From Ivor Novello to Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lionel Bart to Leslie Bricusse, with The Beatles, Take That, Coldplay and Gilbert & Sullivan - there is something for everyone in this not-to-be-missed opportunity to enjoy massive hits and forgotten gems.
Ross is a musical director, conductor, pianist, singer and vocal coach who studied English at University of Warwick and trained in piano, voice and conducting at Trinity College of Music.
He shot to fame in 2008 with the Classical Brit Award winning group Only Men Aloud!, having released two albums with Decca Records, achieving worldwide record sales of over 300,000 and performing alongside artists such as Shirley Bassey, Katherine Jenkins and Josh Groban.
Only Men Aloud! is a male voice choir from Wales which came to national prominence in the UK when they won the Last Choir Standing competition run by BBC television during 2008.
Ross regularly appears on BBC radio including BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio London and recently on the BBC Radio 2 music documentary Keep The Home Fires Burning. His television appearances include The Royal Variety Show, Proms in the Park, and The One Show. His wide theatre credits include Ivor Novello’s Gay’s the Word at the Jermyn Street Theatre, Phantom of the Opera, and the tour of Legally Blonde.