Will Young will be closing the fabulous Q Decades summer series at Quaglino’s on Thursday 30th August. His headline act and closing party will bring the music and fun-filled summer event to a glittering close.
Q decades has seen Quaglino’s play host to night after night of iconic music and legendary stars from some of the best-loved eras in music. Launching with Jocelyn Brown in early July, Q Decades has gone on to feature some of the best artists of each era including The Rat Pack, Buddy Holly, Lionel Richie and Aretha Franklin featuring a varied number of classic hits from each era right in the heart of London’s legendary food and music venue.
Will Young first caught the public’s eye when he won Pop Idol back in 2002 and became one of the most successful artists of the time in the UK. Since then his career had included multi-platinum albums and sell out tours.
The closing party will see Will take to the stage in the noughties-themed party performing iconic songs such as ‘Evergreen’ and ‘Leave Right Now.’ Quaglino’s could not have chosen a better artist to represent the decade of the noughties as Will helped to steer the direction of the most popular hits of that time.
Leslie Kwarteng, Senior General Manager at Quaglino’s says, “We are all thrilled to have Will on board to perform at the Q Decades closing party this year. An artist whose talent will stand the test of time, we can’t think of a better performer to bring the spirit of the last decade to Quaglino’s, and we’re expecting the evening to be an explosive end to what has been another incredible summer of music at the venue.”
The intimate performance will also include an amazing 3-course dinner and cocktails or champagne that guests can enjoy whilst singing along to their favourite Will Young classics!
Premium Seating: £100, includes 3 courses and a glass of champagne plus guaranteed seats near the stage and great views
Standard Seating: £85, includes 3 courses and a cocktail plus good views of the stage
Bar Booking: £35, includes a cocktail on arrival and views of the stage from the Mezzanine Bar