Lucy Kay Tour Dates

Lucy Kay scored her first number one, after her stunning debut album Fantasia shot straight to the top of the Classical Album Charts with a Number one record. The classical singer who shot to fame on 2014 series 8 of Britain’s Got Talent has been tipped as the ‘next Katherine Jenkins’ and certainly looks set to follow in the Welsh star’s footsteps after her recent chart success!

Immediately after competing on the talent show, Lucy was snapped up to go on a joint tour with Britain’s Got Talent winners Collabro and not long after, it was announced she’d signed a multi-album deal with Sony Classical.

If this excitement wasn’t enough, Lucy performed in front of Prince Andrew, Sarah Ferguson and their two daughters along with a long list of A-listers at a private dinner held at Windsor Castle on October 15th, in aid of Children in Crisis. Lucy also recorded Flower of Scotland with the band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the Royal Navy, which Lucy performed live on ITV’s This Morning.

Lucy’s continued success led her to perform on a UK Arena Tour with one of the most iconic and influential performers in Commercial Opera and Classical music, Andrea Bocelli. As well as performing for/with various influential people and organisations such as Samuel L Jackson (One for the boys), Gregory Porter, Nell Bryden, Aled Jones & Katherine Jenkins (Big Sing Royal Albert Hall), Great Ormond Street Hospital, Classic FM (Make Some Noise)

Lucy auditioned at some of the UK’s top music colleges and chose to study at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow after being given an Unconditional offer. She studied under the teachings of renowned coloratura-lyric soprano Judith Howarth.

Lucy began to blossom at the Conservatoire in her first year and appeared in the Masters Opera scenes and Conservatoires Opera productions including Don Giovanni, The Turn of the Screw, The Magic Flute, Hansel and Gretel and Alcina. But her ambition was always to break the mould and become a commercial classical singer. Her success on Britain’s Got Talent, which occurred shortly after her graduation, has now turned that dream into reality.

Lucy now enjoys a varied career in the arts, performing classically as well as in the Musical Theatre. Lucy’s versatility allows her to cross over between the arts which catapulted her into a 12 month tour of Bill Kenwright’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat as the Narrator which led her to be nominated for Best Emerging Actress at the IARA Awards. This year Lucy made her West End debut as Carmen in a new adaptation of 3 operas- Trioperas. 2019 is set to be a big year for Lucy as she will be releasing her much anticipated 2nd album.

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Past Events

Here are the most recent UK tour dates we had listed for Lucy Kay. Were you there?

  • Tre Amici Lucy Kay
    Hull, Hull City Hall
  • Lucy Kay Kerry Ellis, John Owen-Jones
    Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall
  • Aladdin Nigel Pivaro, Lucy Kay
    Ellesmere Port, Ellesmere Port Civic Hall
  • Future Classic Womens Showcase Matilda Lloyd, Lucy Kay, The Ayoub Sisters, April Fredrick, Cordeila Williams…
    London, Philbeach Hall
  • Cinderella Ethan Lawrence, Lucy Kay, Richard Gibson, Miles Western
    Poole, Lighthouse (Poole Arts Centre)
  • Mane Chance Charity Gala Ronan Keating, Joe McElderry, Amelia Lily, Paul Zerdin, Jake Quickenden…
    London, Phoenix Theatre
  • Aladdin Qdos Pantomimes, Joe McElderry, Lisa Riley, Lucy Kay, Stefan Pejic
    Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton Grand Theatre
  • Lucy Kay The Rockabellas
    Derby, Guildhall Theatre
  • Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Touring) Joe McElderry, Lucy Kay
    Southampton, Mayflower Theatre
  • Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Touring) Joe McElderry, Lucy Kay
    New Brighton, Floral Pavilion Theatre & Blue Lounge