The incredible Lulu still has plenty to shout about and, due to popular demand, is back with another fantastic twenty-date UK tour for March 2016.
The Grammy-nominated singer will be performing hits from her 50-year career, such as ‘To Sir With Love’, ‘The Man Who Sold The World’, ‘Relight My Fire’ and, of course, ‘Shout’.
As well as performing songs by some of her musical heroes, such as soul legends Ray Charles and Otis Redding, she will also be taking us on a musical journey, recalling personal anecdotes, songwriting experiences and other entertaining stories.
2015 has been an exceptional year for me, in a 50-year career. From performing at Glastonbury, releasing my first self-penned album and touring the UK solo with my fabulous band for the first time in 10 years. I had so much fun I’ve decided to get back out there to do it again in March 2016, and I can’t wait!
The tour starts on Wednesday, 2nd March at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds and will end on Thursday 31st March at Barnstable’s Queen Theatre.
There will be a ticket pre-sale for fans signed-up to Lulu’s mailing list from 10am on Wednesday, 14th October, with tickets going on general sale from 9.00am on Friday, 16th October from Ticketmaster.
Here is what some of the papers had to say about the first leg of Lulu’s tour:
Her voice has lost none of its sassy, soulful crackle and the original songs are smart, intelligent and seductive.” – The Times
“The thrill is there as Lulu relights the fire…outstanding as her voice soared the auditorium.” – The Nottingham Post.
“Still packing a punch…her passion and talent for music is clearly her number one priority…and long may it last.” – The Birmingham Post
- Wed 2nd – Bury St Edmunds – Apex
- Thu 3rd – Southend – Cliffs Pavilion
- Fri 4th – Guildford – GLive
- Sun 6th – Eastleigh – Concorde Club
- Mon 7th – High Wycombe – Wycombe Swan
- Wed 9th – Northampton Royal & Derngate
- Thu 10th – Barrow in Furness – Forum Theatre
- Sat 12th – Grantham – Meres Centre
- Sun 13th – Bradford – St Georges Hall
- Mon 14th – Buxton – Opera House
- Tue 15th – Durham – Gala Theatre
- Thu 17th – Glenrothes – Rothes Hall
- Fri 18th – Inverness – Eden Court
- Mon 21st – Perth – Concert Hall
- Tue 22nd – Aberdeen – His Majesty’s Theatre
- Fri 25th – Watford – Colosseum
- Mon 28th – Dartford – Orchard Theatre
- Tue 29th – Shrewsbury – Theatre Severn
- Wed 30th – Basingstoke – Anvil
- Thu 31st – Barnstaple – Queen’s Theatre