Cheyenne Jackson, the Grammy-nominated stage, television and film actor will make his UK concert debut at Cadogan Hall, London on 28th June 2020.
Cheyenne Jackson’s UK concert debut is being presented by Club 11 London. There will be two concerts at 2.30pm and 6.30pm at Cadogan Hall on 28 June 2020. Tickets for Cheyenne Jackson in concert are now on sale.
Cheyenne said “I’m busting with excitement about making my London debut in 2020. I have close friends who have played at this very same venue and they all say the audiences are stellar and the experience was fabulous. Gonna bring my very best and hope to see you all there.”
Cheyenne most recently starred in HBO’s Watchmen and recently starred in Disney’s Descendants 3. Before this, Cheyenne starred in FX’S American Horror Story: Apocalypse and was also a series regular opposite Alicia Silverstone in Paramount network’s American Woman and will next be seen in Netflix’s Julie and the Phantoms.
Cheyenne guest-starred in NBC’s acclaimed comedy series 30 Rock for four seasons and appeared as Dustin Goolsby in Fox’s Glee as well as a Larry David’s trainer, Terry, in the final season of HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm. Cheyenne starred in Steven Soderbergh’s critically acclaimed HBO biopic, Behind the Candelabra, opposite Michael Douglas and Matt Damon and appeared in DIRECTV’s Full Circle.
Cheyenne’s theatre credits include Into the Woods at the Hollywood Bowl, The Secret Garden at Lincoln Center, The Most Happy Fella at New York City Center and Broadway productions of David West Read’s play The Performers opposite Henry Winkler and Alicia Silverstone, the recent revival of Finian’s Rainbow (Drama Desk Award nomination), Xanadu (Drama Desk & Drama League Award nominations), All Shook Up (Theatre World Award, Drama League & Outer Critics Circle Award nominations), Aida and Thoroughly Modern Millie. Additionally, Jackson starred in the Encores! production of Damn Yankees, the Off-Broadway productions of The Agony & The Agony and Altar Boyz. Cheyenne also joined an all-star cast of the benefit staged reading of Dustin Lance Black’s 8.
Cheyenne made his solo singing debut at Carnegie Hall with his show, Cheyenne Jackson’s Cocktail Hour: Music of the ‘Mad Men’ Era’ and more recently joined Michael Feinstein on the Carnegie Hall stage for a duet concert, featuring music from their CD collaboration, The Power of Two. Jackson signed on with SONY/ATV as a songwriter and recording artist and released his first, full-length album of original music titled, I’m Blue, Skies, in which he collaborated with Sia, Stevie Aiello, and Charlotte Sometimes.
Cheyenne Jackson and Ramin Karimloo sing Lily’s Eyes from The Secret Garden 25th Anniversary Concert.