A prodigious kid who grew up on the poetry of Eliot and Lawrence, the prose of Steinbeck, Woolf, and Hemingway, and the music of Bob Dylan, Steve Harley soon realised his life would be preoccupied with words and music.
He met The Rolling Stones as a kid, and the die was cast. After working as a newspaper reporter, he switched to rock’n’roll, enjoying huge success with Cockney Rebel and such hits as Sebastian and the iconic Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me).
Acting off-Broadway and in London, he recorded the title track of The Phantom Of The Opera with Sarah Brightman, while also finding time to write for Rod Stewart, among others, before playing Glastonbury Festival three times, the Isle of Wight festival and receiving numerous awards. And now, it’s time to reflect.
Come Up And See Me… And Other Stories, will feature music and stories, as Steve tells stories about his career, while playing acoustic versions of the biggest hits. Steve will be accompanied by long-standing band member Barry Wickens.
Steve Harley – Come Up And See Me…And Other Stories
Steve has a new book due in 2024, to reflect on a remarkable career that dates back to 1972. From the highs of Cockney Rebel and the enduring hit, Come Up And See Me (Make Me Smile), Steve has seldom left the road. Touring regularly, and successfully, his appeal is undimmed, whether playing the Royal Albert Hall, or provincial theatres clubs. For his new tour, he'll be playing hits, and telling stories about his career, while being joined by his violinist.
Meet and Greet available and seats will be the best available.
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Accessibility for shows
If you or someone in your party require wheelchair access, then you must contact the box office prior to booking, as we allocate Stalls Right Row AA for this. You won’t be able to book online yourself as we have to unblock if any are available.
Sadly, once this is full we aren’t able to allocate anymore, so early booking is advisable.
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