Peter is making a return visit to Eastwick this September in a new Swedish production of “Witches of Eastwick”, now called “Häxorna i Eastwick”.
The musical is based on the cult film starring Jack Nicholson as the Devil and Cher, Michelle Pfeiffer and Susan Sarandon as the titular witches. It originally opened in the West End back in 2000 and Peter was in the cast, originating the role of Michael, the son of one of the witches. Peter also sang on the original cast recording at the time.
Peter will now star as Darryl Van Horne, the Devil himself when this new production opens at Cirkus in Stockholm in September 2019. Also starring as the witches are Linda Olsson, Kayo and Vanna Rosenberg (Peter’s co-star in “Sweeney Todd”).
The show opens on 19 September 2019 and tickets are now on sale through Showtic. It is booking until 2 November 2019.
Peter included “Who’s the Man” from the original show on his “I Love Musicals” album.
Peter has released remixes of four songs from the Humanology album. They are available through the usual digital platforms.
- Addicted (Interphace Remix)
- Shape of You (Interphace Remix)
- Call Me By Your Name (Sunset ’84 Remix) (remixed by Vinny Vero)
- Dancing (Vinny Vero & Steve Migliore Remix)
Tickets are on sale for Peter’s Humanology tour commencing 18 May 2019.
Details and ticket info can be found here.
Peter has announced a pop concert to present “Humanology” for February in Gothenburg, Sweden. Tickets went on sale and sold out within an hour. Another concert has now been added. Tickets for the second concert (which is now the first one) can be booked at Live Nation.
“Humanology” has now been released on vinyl. It is available from the usual online retailers Bengans, Ginza and CDOn. You can also buy it at Peter’s show at Cirkus.
There is also a limited orange vinyl edition, which is limited to 300 copies. This can be ordered from the above online retailers.
“Humanology” has debuted at number one on the Swedish physical sales chart. The album debuted at number six on the combined physical/digital chart.
Well done Peter, and well deserved.
Peter has revealed in an interview that the album will also be released on vinyl. There is no release date yet.
Carolina Norén has interviewed Peter on Swedish radio. The interview is in Swedish.
As part of the interview, “What If Tomorrow Never Comes” makes its debut.
You can listen to the interview on Sverige Radio’s P4 website. The song appears at the 24 minute mark.