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Robbie Williams tribute act by Kieran Waite

Robbie Williams tribute act by Kieran Waite

Kieran as Robbie Williams is one of the UK's top tribute shows. He has over a decade of experience in the entertainment industry, stunning audiences here at home and abroad. Music is his passion from the age of 14 and after his move to Spain in his late teens he started on the road that led him here today. As a young man with a love of all music he sang a range of genres, keeping his show fresh with new songs as well as those classic favourites.

The Robbie Williams show started a few years later and Kieran has continued to study and perfect his act ever since. He can perform for 3 hours non stop with incredible stamina, delivering you a spectacular show with all the singing, dancing and showmanship at the highest standard and never breaking character.

The show travelled across Spain leaving each and every audience captivated and wanting more. He has the skills and techniques to cater for any crowd, for example he can switch from performing a set of Robbie to wowing a crowd with some rock and roll or belt out some Queen hits to really get people on the dance floor. He has chosen songs wisely to get audiences singing along, clapping hands and moving feet. It's more than just a job, it's a passion for Kieran.

Kieran has performed at major events with crowds of over a thousand and charity fundraisers like cancer research, sick children's trust, relay for life and many more in some stunning venues. Now Kieran has found his way back to the UK and is smashing the scene in Essex. He has on many occasions been called the best Robbie tribute in the business. With fun charismatic entertainment for the whole family, seeing is believing. Let him entertain you!

Kieran was invited to BBC's let it shine competition because of his talent. Robbie Williams himself is aware of Kieran's show and they have had some contact online.

Robbie Williams tribute act by Kieran Waite

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