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Old 7th December 2017, 04:02 PM
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The Foo Fighters 'UK Tour'

JUNE 2018
Manchester Etihad Stadium Tue 19th
London Stadium Fri 22nd
London Stadium Sat 23rd

Foo Fighters announce summer 2018 stadium shows - Planet Rock
Support acts for these shows have been announced:

UNE 2018
Manchester Etihad Stadium Tue 19th (w/ Wolf Alice, The Cribs)
London Stadium Fri 22nd (w/ Wolf Alice, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes)
London Stadium Sat 23rd (w/ The Kills, Slaves, Starcrawler)
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Old 11th December 2017, 10:56 AM
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Billy Idol is set to play 3 dates in 2018

JUNE 2018
Manchester O2 Apollo Wed 20th
Birmingham O2 Academy Thu 21st
London O2 Academy Brixton Sat 23rd

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Not music related, but I think some members had tickets, Peter Kay has had to cancel his upcoming tour because of family matters

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JUNE 2018
Manchester O2 Apollo Wed 20th
Birmingham O2 Academy Thu 21st
London O2 Academy Brixton Sat 23rd

You sure that's not James Marsters, Susan?
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It is actually Marsters you know. If you quote your own post you'll see the image info confirms it's Spike.
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Yes. It was done on purpose

I have always found Billy Idol to be very egotistical and pretentious - a 'plastic punk' with a sneer and not much else, so I thought a bit of naughty underhanded subterfuge was needed to bring him down a bit
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Yes. It was done on purpose

I have always found Billy Idol to be very egotistical and pretentious - a 'plastic punk' with a sneer and not much else, so I thought a bit of naughty underhanded subterfuge was needed to bring him down a bit
Or you just messed up!

We'll decide on that one.
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Or you just messed up!

We'll decide on that one.
Decide all you want, but truth is...Billy Idol is a plank!

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The League Of Gentlemen to announce 2018 live tour

The stars of The League Of Gentlemen are planning a new live tour
The new live shows have not been officially announced yet, but are expected to take place in 2018
Reece Shearsmith said in a newspaper interview he thinks the group are best when live on stage

The stars of The League Of Gentlemen are set to tour the UK in 2018 with a new live show.

Reece Shearsmith, Steve Pemberton, Mark Gatiss and Jeremy Dyson first hinted they might return to the stage at a preview event for their new TV specials, at the BFI on Tuesday.

Now, an interview with Shearsmith in i Newspaper confirms that the group is indeed intending to undertake a "live arena tour next year."

Shearsmith said: "I think it's at its best live. I think it felt the most alive in the fact that we could play with that uncomfortableness - when it would get really dark and the audience would think, 'this is awful now, please make it stop', and then you punctuate it with a laugh. The relief would be palpable."

Before moving on to radio, television and film, The League Of Gentlemen started their comedy careers on stage as a sketch troupe. They won the prestigious Perrier Award at the 1997 Edinburgh Festival, and subsequently toured several shows. Their performances titled Live At Drury Lane and The League Of Gentlemen... Are Behind You have been subsequently released on DVD.

The new live shows have yet to be officially announced, but full details, including a title and exact tour dates, are expected to be revealed shortly.

The three new TV specials - which see the return of a number of their beloved characters - are due to be broadcast on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
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