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First look: Ronan Keating in Once

Published 21 November 2014

2014 has been a doubly delightful year for theatre-loving Boyzone fans who have not only had the chance to see Keith Duffy in A Handful Of Stars at the Trafalgar Studios, but are now able to see Ronan Keating in hit musical Once.

The singer took to the Phoenix Theatre’s stage for the first time on Monday, playing the role of Guy alongside Jill Winternitz in the touching tale of an Irish busker and a young Czech woman who meet through a shared love of music.

If you haven’t been lucky enough to catch the show this week, fear not, you can take a first look at Keating performing some of the musical’s much-loved and, in some cases, Oscar-winning tracks in our gallery of Brinkhoff Mögenburg’s images above.

If that doesn’t quite quench your Once-loving, Keating-worshipping needs, be sure to see the Olivier Award-winning show before it ends its West End run on 21 March. You can book tickets through us or, if you’re patient enough to wait until the new year, you can get tickets through our Get Into London Theatre promotion, which goes on sale on 9 December for performances from 1 January to 13 February.

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