Rick Wakeman is at his best in front of an audience, as I'm sure many of you know. This page contains details of all forthcoming performances worldwide, together with reviews where they exist from previous concerts. If you have any reviews, or if you'd like to write one yourself, please let me know. We also try where possible to list appearances on TV and radio.
|Saturday, January 17, 2015||Garrick Theatre||+44 (0)1543 412121|
|Saturday, January 24, 2015||De Montfort Hall||+44 (0)116 233 3111|
|Sunday, January 25, 2015||Opera House||+44 (0)845 1272190|
|Sunday, February 01, 2015||St George's Hall||+44 (0)1274 752000|
|Friday, February 06, 2015||Porthcawl Grand Pavilion||+44 (0)1656 815995|
|Friday, February 13, 2015||Lighthouse||+44 (0)844 406 8666|
|Wednesday, February 18, 2015||Stables Theatre||+44 (0)1908 280800|
|Wavendon, Milton Keynes|
|Thursday, February 19, 2015||Apex Theatre||+44 (0)1284 758000|
|Bury St Edmunds|
|Friday, February 20, 2015||Royal Spa Centre||+44 (0)1926 334418|
|Saturday, February 21, 2015||The Regal Cinema||+44 (0)1386 421007|
|Sunday, February 22, 2015||KD Peklo|
|Monday, February 23, 2015||Calrion Congress Hotel|
|Thursday, February 26, 2015||Civic Hall||+44 (0)8703 207000|
|Thursday, March 12, 2015||New Brighton Floral Pavilion||+44 (0)151 666 0000|
|New Brighton, Wirral|
|Saturday, March 14, 2015||De La Warr Pavilion||+44 (0)1424 229111|
|Thursday, March 19, 2015||The Hawth||+44 (0)1293 553636|
|Tuesday, March 24, 2015||The Sage||+44 (0)191 443 4661|
|Friday, March 27, 2015||Theatre Severn||+44 (0)1743 281281|
|Wednesday, April 01, 2015||Town Hall||+44 (0)844 576 2210|
|Sunday, April 12, 2015||Eden Court||+44 (0)1463 234234|
|Monday, April 13, 2015||Music Hall||+44 (0)1224 641122|
|Tuesday, April 14, 2015||Concert Hall||+44 (0)1738 621031|
|Thursday, April 16, 2015||Concert Hall||+44 (0)1698 403120|
Further dates will be listed here once confirmed...
Rick has scored a piano track to a Laurel and Hardy short at this year's Slapstick Festival on January 23rd 2015.
|Perspectives: Rick Wakeman on Vivaldi's 4 Seasons||03 May 2015 at 22:20||ITV||UK|
|Rock keyboardist Rick Wakeman reappraises Antonio Vivaldi's the Four Seasons - one of the most popular piece of classical music of all time but often denounced as muzak for the middle classes. Wakeman thinks the critics are wrong though, and believes that the Four Seasons was so far ahead of its time that it was actually the first ever concept album, making Vivaldi the world's first rock superstar. But why did a piece written by a sickly 18th-century priest disappear into obscurity for more than 200 years after his death? Rick travels to Venice, a city with a reputation in the 18th century for debauchery. There he uncovers a tale of an almost rock 'n' roll-like scandal contributing to Vivaldi's downfall|
No more emails please! I *know* he's done more tours than this.
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