Sergeant Major Colin Thackery, the winner who stole everyone’s hearts on Britain’s Got Talent 2019, performs at Cadogan Hall for one night only.
When the 89-year-‘young’ Chelsea Pensioner Colin Thackery started to sing, there was barely a dry eye in the house. Performing on Britain’s Got Talent in his iconic scarlet, with a row of war medals across his chest, he mesmerised the audience as he lifted his voice in memory of his beloved wife Joan. When he left the stage, he was told that even the stagehands were crying. Colin is an incredible triumphant winner.
Since the show, ‘ever youthful’ Colin has become the oldest person to ever sign a record deal. His debut album Love Changes Everything is released on Decca Records in partnership with Syco, and his autobiography How Love Changed Everything is published by Octopus.
This concert will see Colin perform his much-loved favourite BGT-winning songs. He will also be joined by acclaimed musical director, supervisor and conductor Jae Alexander.
Colin says, ‘I am so excited to continue this journey and meet lots of new people.’
Duration: approx. 2 hours (incl. interval)