Ray Quinn has a new tour and he looks ready for business in a series of very hot photos posted on various Twitter
Quinn first made his mark playing sweet faced schoolboy Anthony Murray on Brookside and he doesn’t look so sweet and innocent anymore, hitting the gym and working hard on his physique, which now features two full sleeves of tattoos, a six pack and a light covering of chest hair.
Since finishing as runner-up to Leona Lewis in the 2006 series of X Factor Quinn has appeared in a string of reality shows including winning Dancing on Ice in 2009 and again in 2014 in the final series when the most memorable stars from the first eight series returned for an ‘All-stars’ series.
Quinn has since made a name for himself treading the boards, appearing in West End productions of Grease, Dirty Dancing and Legally Blonde. Quinn has also featured in many other productions including Aladdin and Peter Pan.
Loved today .. Thank you so much xxx pic.twitter.com/4EKqyDSYMm
— Ray Quinn (@therealRayQuinn) July 23, 2016
The No Man’s Land Tour kicks off in Yeovil on September 2 with 20 dates including Wolverhampton, Blackpool, Swansea as well as Quinn’s hometown of Liverpool. The tour will feature songs from Quinn’s soon to be released album.
Tickets can be purchased on Quinn’s website. The full list of tour dates and venues are:
Friday 2 September – Village Hotel, Ashton, Manchester
Saturday 3 September – Octagon Theatre, Yeovil
Thursday 8 September – Charter Theatre, Preston
Friday 9 September – Village Hotel, Heron’s Reach, Blackpool
Saturday 10 September – Forum Theatre, Billingham
Wednesday 14 September – Robin 2 Theatre, Wolverhampton
Thursday 15 September – Floral Pavilion, New Brighton, Wirral
Saturday 17 September – Civic Theatre, Rotherham
Sunday 18 September – Green Room, Liverpool
Thursday 22 September – Princess Royal, Port Talbot
Friday 23 September – Queens Theatre, Barnstable
Saturday 25 September – Palace Theatre, Newark
Thursday 29 September – Courtyard, Hereford
Tuesday 11 October – Grove Theatre, Dunstable
Thursday 13 October – Harlequin Theatre, Redhill
Friday 21 October – Hazlitt Theatre, Maidstone
Friday 4 November – Darwen Library Theatre, Blackburn
Saturday 5 November – The Sands Theatre, Blackpool
Sunday 6 November – The Forum, Barrow In Furness
Friday 11 November – Spring Arts Center, Havant
Thursday 17 November – Brangwyn Hall, Swansea
Friday 18 November – Sant Angelo, Wetherby