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Legendary singer Lulu confirms string on Kent dates

PUBLISHED: 16:24 23 February 2017 | UPDATED: 16:24 23 February 2017

Lulu on stage

Lulu on stage

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This will be her biggest tour of her 50-year career

Due to demand, legendary singer Lulu has confirmed that she will embark on the biggest tour of her career, and she is coming to a host of Kent venues.

The All About The Music Tour will see the Grammy-nominated singer perform hits such as Shout, To Sir With Love, Relight My Fire and The Man Who Sold The World, amongst many others.

After a ten year period of relative inactively on the live scene, the release of Lulu’s

2015’s self-penned Making Life Rhyme album, sparked the new touring period in November and December 2017.

Lulu said: “I absolutely love playing live and can’t wait to be out on the road again in autumn this year. My life has always been all about the music, so come and join me again or for the first time and let’s have a great night of music.”

The show will be at Margate’s Winter Gardens on October 5, Tunbridge Wells’ Assembly Hall on October 11, Bromley’s Churchill Theatre on October 23, Dartford’s Orchard Theatre on October 24, and Canterbury’s Marlowe Theatre on November 6.

To book tickets or for more information visit margatewintergardens.com, assemblyhalltheatre.co.uk, churchilltheatre.co.uk, orchardtheatre.co.uk, or marlowetheatre.com

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