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TINA

Metro Club, London – 2nd February
Elsewhere, Margate – 4th February
Heartbreakers, Southampton – 5th February
Rough Trade, Bristol – 6th February
Hare and Hounds, Birmingham – 7th February
YES Basement, Manchester – 11th February
Hug & Pint, Glasgow – 12th February
Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds – 13th February
The Prince Albert, Brighton – 15th February

On sale now from Gigantic and Seetickets

NZCA LINES

Heaven, London – 19th May
Metronome, Nottingham – 28th May

On sale now/9am from Gigantic

NASH NIGHTS LIVE WITH THE ADELAIDES AND EMILY FAYE

Under The Bridge, London – 10th October 2020

Tables for 6 on sale now from Seetickets

VIRGIN MONEY UNITY ARENA

Kaiser Chiefs & Declan McKenna added to the line-up

Gosforth Park, Newcastle – 19th & 20th September 2020

On sale 8am Wednesday from here

TOM GRENNAN

Live stream event from The O2 Academy, Brixton, London –  at 8.30pm on Friday 2nd October

On sale 10am Wednesday from Ticketmaster

JOHN BISHOP

Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone – 26th October 2021
White Rock Theatre, Hastings – 27th October 2021
Fairfield Hall, Croydon – 28th October 2021
Anvil, Basingstoke – 29th October 2021
Churchill Theatre, Bromley – 3rd November 2021
Opera House, Blackpool – 4th November 2021
Sands Centre, Carlisle – 7th November 2021
G Live, Guildford – 10th November 2021
Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn – 11th November 2021
Guildhall, Southampton – 12th November 2021
Weymouth Pavilion, Dorset – 16th November 2021
Westlands Entertainment Venue, Yeovil – 20th & 21st November 2021
Regent Theatre, Ipswich – 23rd November 2021
De Montfort Hall, Leicester – 24th November 2021
King George’s Hall, Blackburn – 25th November 2021
Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham – 1st December 2021
Lighthouse, Poole – 2nd December 2021
Orchard Theatre, Dartford – 3rd December 2021
O2 Apollo, Manchester – 7th December 2021
St George’s Hall, Bradford – 8th December 2021
Town Hall, Middlesbrough – 9th December 2021
Corn Exchange, Bedford – 10th December 2021
Arts and Leisure Centre, Stevenage – 11th December 2021
Corn Exchange, Cambridge – 14th December 2021
Winter Gardens, Margate – 15th December 2021
Essex Live, Brentwood – 16th December 2021
De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill On Sea – 5th January 2022
Princess Theatre, Torquay – 6th January 2022
New Victoria Theatre, Woking – 8th January 2022
G Live, Guildford – 11th January 2022
Swan Theatre, High Wycombe – 12th January 2022
Regent Theatre, Ipswich – 13th January 2022
King George’s Hall, Blackburn – 15th January 2022
The Lowry, Salford Quays – 16th January 2022
Opera House, Buxton – 18th & 19th January 2022
City Hall Oval Hall, Sheffield – 20th January 2022
Symphony Hall, Birmingham – 21st January 2022
O2 Apollo, Manchester – 22nd January 2022
Dorking Halls – 25th January 2022
The Anvil, Basingstoke – 26th & 27th January 2022
Chatham Central Theater, Kent – 28th January 2022
Charter Hall, Colchester – 29th January 2022
Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline – 1st February 2022
Music Hall, Aberdeen – 2nd February 2022
Tron Theatre, Glasgow – 3rd February 2022
Caird Hall, Dundee – 8th February 2022
The Centaur, Cheltenham – 11th & 12th February 2022
SSE Hydro, Glasgow – 19th February 2022
SSE Arena, Wembley, London – 12th March 2022
3Arena, Dublin – 25th March 2022
Utilita Arena, Birmingham – 1st April 2022

On sale 10am Wednesday/10am Friday from AXS, Ticketmaster and Ticketfactory

TONY VISCONTI AND WOODY WOODMANSEY

The Best of Bowie

Barbican Hall, London – 9th April
Tramshed, Cardiff – 10th April
The Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury – 11th April
Forum, Bath – 13th April
Town Hall, Birmingham – 14th April
Barbican, York – 16th April
Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool – 17th April
The Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow – 18th April

On sale 10am Friday from Gigantic

DIRE STRAITS LEGACY

Live & in conversation at Indigo at The O2, London – 23rd May 2021

On sale 11am Friday from AXS

MEGAN O’NEILL

Upstairs At Whelans, Dublin – 22nd April
Voodoo, Belfast – 23rd April
The Lexington, London – 27th April

On sale 10am Friday from AXS, Ticketmaster, Ticketweb and Seetickets

BURY TOMORROW AND AUGUST BURNS RED

Chalk, Brighton – 12th November 2021
Guildhall, Southampton – 13th November 2021
Northumbria University, Newcastle – 14th November 2021
SWG3, Glasgow – 15th November 2021
Leeds Beckett SU – 17th November 2021
O2 Ritz, Manchester – 19th November 2021
O2 Institute, Birmingham – 20th November 2021
O2 Academy, Bristol – 21st November 2021
UEA, Norwich – 22nd November 2021
Electric Ballroom, London – 25th November 2021

On sale 9am Friday from Ticketmaster, Ticketweb, Gigantic, Seetickets and Eventim

WHITNEY QUEEN OF THE NIGHT

Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury – 14th January
Theatre Royal, Lincoln – 20th January
Billingham Forum Theatre, Stockton-On-Tees – 21st January
Plaza, Stockport – 27th January
Town Hall, Cheltenham – 3rd February
Gatehouse Theatre, Stafford – 6th February
Playhouse, Harlow – 10th February
Venue Cymru, Llandudno – 14th February
De Montfort Hall, Leicester – 27th March
Hippodrome, Bristol – 2nd April
International Convention Centre, Newport – 3rd April
Guildhall, Southampton – 9th April
Concert Hall, Motherwell – 14th April
Winding Wheel, Chesterfield – 25th April
Grand Theatre, Lancaster – 28th April
Bridgewater Hall, Manchester – 30th April
The Deco, Northampton – 1st May
Floral Pavilion Theatre, Merseyside – 7th May
Playhouse, Edinburgh – 9th May
Palace Theatre, Mansfield – 12th May
Meres Leisure Centre, Grantham – 14th May
Forum, Barrow-In-Furness – 20th May
Swan Theatre, High Wycombe – 22nd May
Town Hall, Middlesbrough – 29th May
Spa Centre, Bridlington – 30th May
Arena, Derby – 3rd June
Pyramid and Parr Hall, Warrington – 4th June
Cliffs Pavilion, Southend – 6th June
Rose Theatre, Kingston Upon Thames – 9th June
New Theatre, Oxford – 10th June
Lighthouse Theatre, Kettering – 11th June
Apex, Bury St Edmunds – 16th June
Hexagon Theatre, Reading – 17th June
City Hall Oval Hall, Sheffield – 18th June
Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn – 27th June
The Beck Theatre, Hayes – 3rd July
Pavilion, Worthing – 9th July
Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch – 19th July
Prince Of Wales Theatre, Cannock – 22nd July
Pavilions, Plymouth – 31st July
Theatre Royal, Brighton – 1st August
Corn Exchange, Cambridge – 21st August
New Victoria Theatre, Woking – 25th August
Chepstow Castle – 29th August
Orchard Theatre, Dartford – 2nd September
Winter Gardens, Blackpool – 3rd September
Churchill Theatre, Bromley – 8th September
Forum, Bath – 11th September
Towngate Theatre, Basildon – 16th September
M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool – 17th September
O2 City Hall, Newcastle – 18th September
New Wimbledon Theatre, London – 1st October
City Hall, Hull – 2nd October
Grove Theatre, Dunstable – 5th October
Princes Theatre, Clacton-On-Sea – 6th October
Princess Theatre, Torquay – 7th October
Guildhall, Portsmouth – 9th October
Music Hall, Aberdeen – 13th October
Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline – 15th October
New Theatre, Peterborough – 20th October
Pavilion, Bournemouth – 27th October
Harrogate Theatre – 29th October
Milton Keynes Theatre – 1st November
Empire, Sunderland – 3rd November
Chatham Theatre, Kent – 4th November
Grand Opera House, York – 6th November
Millennium Plaza, Cardiff – 8th November
Playhouse, Epsom – 10th November
Arts Centre, Aberystwyth – 13th November
Spa Grand Hall, Scarborough – 19th November
Sands Centre, Carlisle – 20th November
Regent Theatre, Ipswich – 25th November
Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow – 26th November
Albert Hall, Nottingham – 27th November
St George’s Hall, Bradford – 1st December
Dome, Doncaster – 2nd December
Adelphi Theatre, London – 7th December
Symphony Hall, Birmingham – 14th December
Lighthouse, Poole – 16th December

On sale 10am Friday from Ticketmaster

WHAT’S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT?

A Tribute To Tina Turner

Theatre Royal, Norwich – 12th January
Malvern Theatre – 13th January
Corn Exchange, Newbury – 29th January
Arts Centre, Aberystwyth – 19th March
Sabai Pavilion, Brighton – 21st March
Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn – 25th March
Hexagon, Reading – 26th March
Royal and Derngate, Northampton – 1st April
New Theatre, Wimbledon – 4th April
Hippodrome, Darlington – 6th April
Guildhall, Portsmouth – 10th April
Anvil Arts, Basingstoke – 11th April
Music Hall, Aberdeen – 15th April
Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline – 16th April
O2 City Hall, Newcastle – 17th April
Sands Centre, Carlisle – 18th April
Plaza, Stockport – 21st April
City Hall, Hull – 23rd April
Dome, Doncaster – 24th April
Town Hall, Loughborough – 29th April
Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon – 5th May
St George’s Hall, Bradford – 8th May
Central Theatre, Chatham – 11th May
New Theatre, Peterborough – 15th May
Arena, Derby – 21st May
New Victoria Theatre, Woking – 23rd May
Grove Theatre, Dunstable – 26th May
Cliffs Pavilion, Southend – 27th May
Regent Theatre, Ipswich – 2nd June
Churchill Theatre, Bromley – 5th June
Queens Theatre, Hornchurch – 13th June
Northcott, Exeter – 20th June
Empire Theatre, Sunderland – 25th June
Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham – 26th June
Queens Theatre, Barnstaple – 1st July
Theatre Royal, Brighton – 2nd July
St David’s Hall, Cardiff – 6th July
Congress Theatre, Eastbourne – 7th July
Orchard Theatre, Dartford – 11th July
Milton Keynes Theatre – 16th July
Town Hall, Dudley – 17th July
Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton – 23rd July
Corn Exchange, Cambridge – 24th July
Hippodrome, Bristol – 25th July
Swan Theatre, High Wycombe – 5th August
Spa Centre, Bridlington – 7th August
King’s Theatre, Glasgow – 8th August
Regent Theatre, Stoke-On-Trent – 24th August
Weymouth Pavilion, Dorset – 28th August
Villa Marina & Gaiety Theatre Complex, Isle Of Man – 4th September
Bridgewater Hall, Manchester – 9th September
Utilita Arena, Birmingham – 14th September
Civic Theatre, Chelmsford – 15th September
Grand Opera House,, York – 22nd September
Arena, St Albans – 23rd September
New Theatre, Oxford – 24th September
First Direct Arena, Leeds – 25th September
Caird Hall, Dundee – 12th October
Opera House, Blackpool – 14th October
Usher Hall, Edinburgh – 16th October
International Convention Centre, Newport – 23rd October
Venue Cymru, Llandudno – 25th October
Empire Theatre, Liverpool – 30th October
De Montfort Hall, Leicester – 7th November
Indigo at The O2, London – 12th November
Forum, Bath – 4th December
Mayflower Theatre, Southampton – 18th December

On sale 10am Friday from Ticketmaster

SAM TOMPKINS

Academy Green Room, Dublin – 2nd March
The Wardrobe, Leeds – 3rd March
G2, Glasgow – 4th March
Gorilla, Manchester – 6th March
O2 Institute, Birmingham – 7th March
Rescue Rooms, Nottingham – 8th March
Concorde 2, Brighton – 10th March
Electric Brixton, London – 11th March
Old Fire Station, Bournemouth – 12th March

On sale 9am Friday from Ticketmaster, Ticketweb, Gigantic and Seetickets

NOTHING BUT THIEVES

Olympia Theatre, Dublin – 30th September 2021
Ulster Hall, Belfast – 2nd October 2021
Pavilions, Plymouth – 6th October 2021
Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff – 7th October 2021
The O2, London – 9th October 2021
O2 Academy, Birmingham – 10th October 2021
Barrowland, Glasgow – 11th October 2021
O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester – 14th October 2021
Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham – 16th October 2021

On sale 9am Friday from AXS, Ticketmaster, Ticketweb, Gigantic and Seetickets

 

BLACK PUMAS

Rescheduled dates:

Albert Hall, Manchester – 5th November
The Roundhouse, London – 6th November
O2 Institute, Birmingham – 9th November
O2 Academy, Bristol – 10th November

On sale now from Ticketmaster, Ticketweb, Gigantic and Seetickets

HOUSE OF COHEN THE SONGS OF LEONARD COHEN

Rescheduled date at Vicar Street, Dublin – 8th November 2021

On sale now from Ticketmaster