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Shaun Williamson going on karaoke UK tour ‘with extra private gigs costing 3k’

OHMYGOSSIP — Shaun Williamson is putting on private gigs for £3,000.
The former ‘EastEnders’ star – who played Barry Evans on the BBC soap from 1994 to 2004 – is touring the UK showing off his karaoke skills up and down the country, and he’s also available for private bookings.
As quoted by the Daily Mirror newspaper, his agent Noel Cornford said: “Shaun’s first appearances were at festivals and he went down so well we decided to spread it around.
“People really enjoy themselves. There is a broad demographic and they get the irony. We’ve had quite a few wedding requests.”
His 13-date ‘Barrioke’ tour kicks off in Southampton on February – with tickets costing £15 to £25 – and the talent website has described the events as a “riotous, joyous” experience.
The post reads: “Shaun hosts the event with his usual trademark warmth and teasing banter, accompanying participants on stage, creating a riotous, joyous moment that people will never forget.
“This is the ultimate Insta moment, something people will talk about and want to be part of.”
The 56-year-old actor previously insisted he struggles to get hired for “serious” roles because of his soap past.
Back in 2020, he said: “You make a conscious decision when you leave a soap that you either stay on the path of being a serious dramatic actor or you become a TV personality and I erred towards the latter.
“That means they won’t hire me to be the serial killer in the next series of ‘Line Of Duty’ because they would feel I lack credibility in that sort of role.
“But it does mean you get lots of juicy well-paid work – I did ‘Five Go Barging’ last year and what a craic to be on a barge for two weeks with John Prescott.”
Shaun thinks it’s “tragic” that he can’t get hired for serious TV roles, but he’s now accepted the situation.
He added: “No-one’s going to pay me to be Uncle Vanya in ‘Chekhov’ and there is something a little bit tragic about that, but that’s just the way it goes.”

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