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Peter Jöback to Play in London

Written by  Monday, 27 October 2014
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Swedish superstar Peter Jöback will be returning to London to perform a series of intimate live dates at London’s St James Theatre on 3rd, 4th and 5th November 2014.

Peter recently finished his hugely successful sold out tour at the Stockholm City Theatre where he played the leading role in the widely-acclaimed classic horror-story “Sweeney Todd” and starred as The Phantom in the London production of The Phantom of the Opera in 2012.

Peter is one of only four actors to play the prestigious title role in both in the West End and on Broadway, and has built an impressive and dedicated fan base.

As one of Scandinavia’s most celebrated artists, he has sold over a million albums. His latest album “I Love Musicals” features songs from The Phantom of the Opera, Cabarét, Jesus Christ Superstar, Chess, Miss Saigon, Sweeney Todd and more. He was recently voted Artist of the Year after facing fierce competition from the likes of Icona Pop and Agnes at QX’s 2014 gala at Cirkus in Stockholm.

Peter will be backed by a superb trio at St James Theatre in his new show, “An Evening With Peter Jöback”. The show gives his audience a chance to experience an intimate performance of his personal favourite songs from musical shows, as well as modern pop classics from his latest album “East Side Storie”.

Tickets are available from the St James Theatre box office on 0844 264 2140 or online from

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Kiran Ul-Haq

Kiran has a deep rooted love for the performing arts, particularly grassroots theatre and musicals, which was sparked whilst attending her specialist arts high school.

Kiran embarked on a career in osteopathy where she currently treats a variety of Performing Artists and Sports Persons alongside her Digital Marketing career.

Her favourite shows are the Wizard of Oz and Annie.

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