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Apparently audiences have been coming in droves to see Urie sexy dance in thigh-highs, giving the musical some of its best figures in a little while.
As Broadway reports, capacity has spiked by 17.5 per cent since he joined the cast on 26th May. Variety reports that in his first week in the role he pushed sales up by $315,000.
Meanwhile, Playbill has reported that the capacity of the musical has risen above 90 per cent, making over a million dollars in a week. The last time the musical did that in a non-holiday week was back in March 2016.
It seems Urie is just as excited as the audiences. He tweeted after his debut performance saying that it was, “absolutely incredible.”
He does have one slight issue though. He tweeted this week, “Please don’t leave while we’re taking our bows. It just sucks.”
Urie taking on a roll in ‘Kinky Boots’ may have been a very unexpected turn but it seems to have paid of handsomely for both the singer and the musical.
Thanks to everyone who's coming to @KinkyBootsBway but just a reminder: Please don't leave while we're taking our bows. It just sucks.
Field Music (above), Dutch Uncles and British Sea Power are among the acts slated for the People’s Concert at Manchester’s Albert Hall later this year.
The show, which will celebrate the venue’s musical heritage, was inspired by a century-old concert programme from the hall. It will take place on 11 November pays homage to a concert held on the same date in 1917, after the former Wesleyan chapel had been turned into a music venue.
Headlining back then were The Famous Range Concert Company, a group of classical singers who were joined by an accompanist and a ‘humorous entertainer’, with admission costing two pennies.
Fast forward to 2017 and the acts also include Boxed In and BBC Radio 6 Music DJ Mark Riley. All artists playing at the concert will be invited to contribute memorabilia and messages to a time capsule that will be hidden inside the venue.
Organisers are appealing for anyone with artefacts from Albert Hall’s past to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets to the People’s Concert cost £25 and go on sale from 9am on 9 June.