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Joseph's on his way to Wirral
REALITY TV star Keith Jack comes to Wirral as the lead in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat next week.
The scottish entertainer - who came to fame as a contestant on BBC One audition Show 'Any Dream Will Do' - plays the title role in Bill Kenwright's production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical classic, which opens at the Floral Pavilion in New Brighton on Tuesday, October 30.
Retelling the Biblical story of Joseph, his eleven brothers and the coat of many colours, the show features well-known songs Those Canaan Days, Any Dream Will Do and Close Every Door To Me.
Keith came second in 'Any Dream Will Do' in 2008, narrowly missing out on a chance to play Joseph in the West End production.
The role went to Lee Mead and Keith was cast as the Narrator. But In 2010 he was asked to take over the lead role.
Keith created the lead role of Charlie in the new musical Only the Brave, which made it premier at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to great reviews.
Concert appearances include performing in front of the Queen and the Spanish Royal Family at the Parliament Picnic, Andrew Lloyd Webber's Birthday concert as part of Proms in the Park, BBC's Songs of Praises and the Aberdeen street party for New Year.
Other highlights include singing with entertainer John Barrowman on his album and at tour at the Hammersmith Apollo.
Since appearing on Any Dream Will Do, Keith has been asked back by the BBC on several occasions including the Christmas show, When Joseph met Maria and most recently on I'd Do Anything.
Keith's debut album, 'This Time' was released in 2010 and his second album "A Night at the Musicals" was released late 2009.
Tickets for the show, which ends it Floral Pavilion run on Sunday, November 4, are from the box office on 0151 666 0000 or www.floralpavilion.com