Singing sensation Russell Watson will be hitting the Buckinghamshire theatres, as he looks forward to his tour this autumn.

Russell is celebrating over 20 years since his debut number one album ‘The Voice’ was released.

His inaugural record became the biggest selling classical album of 2000 and establishing the tenor as one of the Britain’s most popular classical stars.

And to mark the anniversary, he will perform some of his most loved songs and career highlights from the past two decades at the Milton Keynes Theatre on September 22 and at the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre on October 20.

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Commenting on the tour, Russell Watson said “I can’t believe that next year will be over 21 years since my debut album The Voice reached number one.

“All of you made this & everything that followed possible and I am thankful to be able to celebrate with you on my Autumn 2021 tour.”

The tour will see Russell travel to various different places across England, where he will he perform some of his signature pieces, such as:


O Sole Mio

Il Gladiatore

You Are So Beautiful

Someone to remember me

Where My Heart Will Take Me

Tour dates

September 19, 2021: Woking New Victoria Theatre

September 22, 2021:Milton Keynes Milton Keynes Theatre

October 20, 2021: Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

October 22, 2021: Shrewsbury Severn Theatre

October 24, 2021: Leicester De Monfort Hall

October 28, 2021: Cheltenham Town Hall

October 29, 2021: Cardiff St David's Hall

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October 30, 2021: Buxton Opera House

November 2, 2021: Harrogate Royal Hall

November 5, 2021: Basingstoke Anvil

November 7, 2021: York Barbican

November 14, 2021: Birmingham Symphony Hall

November 17 2021: Hull Bonus Arena

November 21, 2021: Crewe Lyceum

November 25, 2021: Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

November 26, 2021: Manchester Bridgewater Hall

November 28, 2021: Southend Cliffs Pavilion

November 30, 2021: High Wycombe Swan Theatre

January 14, 2022: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

To book your tickets for the shows in Aylesbury and Milton Keynes, as well as any others that will take place this autumn, visit