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Joe McElderry live

New Theatre Peterborough are excited to be hosting the brilliant Joe McElderry as part of the Peterborough Pride 2020 celebrations!

Come along and see Joe McElderry perform many of the songs that have made him the star that he is today. His cheeky chappie character, and 24 carat gold voice is an all-round entertainer, thrilling audiences of all ages. This will be a night not to be missed.

Joe McElderry won ITV’s The X Factor in 2009, beating runner up Olly Murs and two years later in 2011 Joe also won ITV competition Popstar to Operastar.

In 2015, Joe landed the lead role as Joseph in the UK touring production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, where he received amazing reviews. More recently, Joe starred as the lead, Garry, in the UK touring musical Club Tropicana.

Pride celebrations will return to Peterborough from Monday 29 June until Sunday 12 July, this year for a two week festival of events across the city! As with previous years, Pride will also include a spectacular parade and street party which will take place on Saturday 11 July 2020.

£1 from every ticket purchased for Joe McElderry’s performance will be donated to Peterborough Pride.

Joe McElderry will be at the New Theatre Peterborough on Saturday 4 July, with tickets starting from £26. Tickets can be booked online at www.newtheatre-peterborough.com or at the box office on 01733 852 992.


About Peterborough Pride

Peterborough Pride is a two week-long city-wide celebration of the LGBTQIA+ community in Peterborough and the eastern region of the UK. It is ran entirely by a group of volunteers who are passionate about equality and the values of inclusion.

They are a not-for-profit organisation and any funds raised are entirely used for the purposes of Peterborough Pride, supporting the LGBTQ+ community and improving the event. Together, they run Peterborough’s biggest arts festival, and they’re proud to provide a platform that not only raises awareness of the LGBTQ+ community, but campaigns for a better city that recognises and celebrates difference.

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