Catherine Tyldesley's gig fails to sell out
Catherine Tyldesley has only managed to sell 113 tickets for her debut concert in Manchester but her agent insists more will sell once they start promoting the gig properly.
Catherine Tyldesley has only managed to sell 113 tickets for her debut concert.
The 'Coronation Street' actress will give a one-off performance at The Quays Theatre in Manchester on December 3, but so far sales have been extremely slow with 346 tickets still available.
A source told the Sun on Sunday: "You'd have expected far more tickets to have shifted by now. But the reception has been lukewarm.
"It's a concern for the team at the theatre, who aren't keen on letting the show go ahead with a lot of empty seats."
However, Catherine's agent insisted more tickets will sell once they start promoting the gig more.
He said: "Once people know about the show we are confident that ticket sales will be given a significant boost."
Catherine released a single 'Rise' last month but it failed to break into the top 100 of the UK charts.
She is also planning to release an album in November and the star - who welcomed son Alfie with husband Tom Pitfield in March 2015 - admitted it is difficult to find time for everything.
She said: "I've always sang since I was a kid. I used to sing in-between acting work. You know what I thought, 'I'm really missing this'. It's so lovely.
"It is hard. But when the music stuff started happening, I was like, 'I want Alfie to be at everything'. We do it as a family."