Will Young comes back to West End Role

Will Young comes back to West End Role

Will Young, the well known British singer, has resumed his character in West End production of Cabaret following his sickness that forced him to have a break for some time. The Leave Right Now singer plays the role of Emcee in the Cabaret that would take place at Savoy Theatre in London. After Young fell sick, his standby Nuno Silva took the role on the eve of the New Year.

Nuno continued to play the role made famous by Joel Grey, the famous Broadway veteran. Will Young came back to the stage on 9th January, 2013, Wednesday for the show’s final run before the production ends on 19th January. Earlier on Wednesday, Will Young took to Twitter and posted on his twitter page: "I'm back tonight! Yay! Hello Emce (sic) I've missed your psychotic mind."

Few days ago, Will Young had admitted that he had battled with depression and more than that he had an addictive personality. The thirty three year old singer, who is now taking part in Cabaret in the West End, tells that there was a time when he used to drink and smoke too much and he was also obsessed at being seen in the town’s events.

He stated that he actually did nothing to hold his self esteem and this year he looked for professional help and earlier this year, he looked sought some professional help. He had to go on pills. Last year, he got to a stage when he thought that he was on the top of his work, but something was wrong.