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Jason Donovan

Due to phenomenal demand, Jason Donovan has announced brand new dates for this coming December which will conclude his sold out 33-date spring Ten Good Reasons and Greatest Hits Tour. Jason returns once more to his pop roots to celebrate not only Christmas but his 1989 five x platinum debut, Ten Good Reasons.

 The Australian Pop Superstar will perform at the Margate Winter Garden on Sunday 18 December, followed by Portsmouth Guildhall on Monday 19 December, Nottingham Royal Concert Hall on Tuesday 20 December and Warrington Pyramid and Parr Hall on Wednesday 21 December. This follows dates at Scunthorpe Baths Hall on Monday 12 December, Stoke Victoria Hall on Tuesday 13 December, Malvern Theatre on Wednesday 14 December and Salisbury, City Hall Thursday 15 December

Ten Good Reasons became the biggest selling album of 1989 and remains a massive fan favourite. The album includes two solo No.1 singles Too Many Broken Hearts and Sealed with a Kiss. It also features a duet with Kylie Minogue, Especially for You, which reached No.1.

Jason Donovan commented; “The response to the spring ‘Ten Good Reasons’ tour was so overwhelming. The audiences seemed to enjoy re-living that particular time in their lives for a short while as much as I did! I am delighted we have the opportunity to play the songs all over again and then play a few Christmas favourites at the same time. The new concerts will give more fans that chance to enjoy the tour.”

 Talking about re-living Ten Good Reasons and playing his Greatest Hits to an audience Jason Donovan commented;

“You know, music has a wonderful opportunity to put you in a time and place, and trigger an emotional connection that no other creative medium can. Ten Good Reasons was a defining moment for me and my fans. It was the perfect marriage between music and personality. And I was only 21 at the time… Wow! The opportunity to work with Stock Aitken and Waterman, who were the hottest producers at the time, was a dream come true for me. Hearing the completed versions of Too Many Broken Hearts and Especially For You in particular, were moments in my professional life that I will never forget, the door was wide open and I was at the centre of this incredible moment in time. You just knew that something magical was happening.”

The newly announced December concerts will see Jason Donovan perform Ten Good Reasons alongside some greatest hits that include Any Dream Will Do, When You Come Back to Me, Nothing Can Divide Us and Happy Together.

Pop star, actor and a musical lead for several decades now, eighties icon Jason Donovan shot to superstardom as the blue-eyed, blonde-haired heartthrob in the Aussie soap Neighbours. In the late 1980s, the UK was in the throes of a serious case of Neighbours fever. The show was watched by 20 million viewers and Jason Donovan became one of the world’s teenage sweethearts alongside fellow Neighbour’s star Kylie Minogue.

A star of stage and screen, and having performed on the musical theatre stage across the globe, Jason Donovan has appeared in hit musicals in leading shows from The Rocky Horror Show, to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Sweeney Todd, Festen, Joseph, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Jeff Waynes The War of the Worlds, the Here and Now Tour, The Sound of Music, and Annie Get Your Gun. Jason also presents an All 80s radio show on Heart every Sunday, and has played the celebrity game in Im a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! and Strictly Come Dancing. Jason’s schedule is non-stop. In 2015, as he finished touring the UK in the highly acclaimed play The Kings Speech, he rejoined the cast of Priscilla for a limited run. In September 2016, Jason joins the touring cast of Million Dollar Quartet as Sam Phillips.

Performance and passion is at the heart of everything Jason does.

 Jason Donovan concluded: “Whether it’s theatre or touring I’ve always placed a high importance on giving my fans a great live show! I’m looking forward to bringing all the pieces together and delivering a show that gives personality, some great memories and most importantly, giving the audience exactly what they want to hear.”

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