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Blake are celebrating 10 Years at the top, with their Anniversary Album, featuring the Central Band of the RAF and the Royal Air Force Salon Orchestra plus members of the Military Wives Choirs.

Most ‘boy-bands’ come and go within a year or two, having fallen out of favour, fallen out with each other or just unable to handle the pressure-cooker of fame and constant touring. In this respect, BLAKE, is something of an anomaly. This spectacular classical male harmony group celebrate their 10th Anniversary this year with a brand-new album and massive UK tour. It’s not a comeback, because they’ve never been away…

With over a million albums sold, No.1 hits in ten countries and approaching 150 TV appearances around the globe, these three young men continue to enthral fans the world over with their amazing singing and charismatic stage presence. Indeed, their friendship and musical careers date back to their school days!

The brand-new CD, The Anniversary Album, is their 7th studio release and the group were determined to make it their best yet, as a celebratory gift to their legion of fans who have been with them for a decade. It is classic BLAKE and no-one will be disappointed. Not content with just a fantastic new album, the group will be taking the album on the road for their biggest and most ambitious ever UK tour, personally showing their appreciation to the fans with performances of all their classic hits.

To commence their tour BLAKE are honoured to be performing at The Royal Albert Hall in The Royal Air Force Centenary Gala taking place on 31st March 2018. The concert will feature a star-studded programme to celebrate and commemorate the iconic and poignant occasions in its heroic 100 years.

2018 UK Anniversary Tour:

  • 07 April – Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich

12 April – Octagon Theatre, Yeovil
13 April – Palace Theatre, Redditch

  • 15 April – Princes Theatre, Clacton

21 April – Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe

  • 22 April – Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn

25 April – Beau Sejour, Guernsey
26 April – Beau Sejour, Guernsey
03 May – Capitol Theatre, Horsham
11 May – The Grand, Clitheroe
20 May – Pavilion, Whitby
24 May – Playhouse, Epsom
03 August – Concorde Club, Eastleigh
11 August – Town Hall, Cheltenham
17 August – The Pheasantry, Chelsea, London
18 August – The Pheasantry, Chelsea, London
24 August – New Theatre Royal, Lincoln
28 August – The Stables, Milton Keynes
1 September – Garrick Lichfield
4 September – The Brindley, Runcorn
7 September – The Pavilion, Weymouth
8 September – Clair Hall, Haywards Heath
14 September – The Pavilion, Exmouth
15 September – Regal Theatre, Redruth
19 September – The Grand, Lancaster
29 September – Memorial Theatre, Frome

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