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Jools Holland Announces 56 Date UK & Ireland Tour For 2010

February 3, 2010
Jools Holland Announces 56 Date UK & Ireland Tour For 2010Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra have announced details of an extensive UK and Ireland tour throughout 2010.

The musician/TV presenter and his band will play 56 shows across the length and breadth of the land and will be joined by Alison Moyet.

Jools Holland said: “These are shaping up to be some of our best shows yet. Not only do we have the truly remarkable talents of Ruby Turner and Louise Marshall, but we will be joined for the first time by the incredible Alison Moyet.

“Her voice is truly unique and has a blues and soul quality that fits perfectly into the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra party.”

They play:

  • Isle Of Wight, Ryde Arena – April 23
  • High Wycombe, Swan Theatre - 28
  • Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre – 29
  • Basingstoke, The Anvil – May 5
  • Hastings, White Rock Theatre – 6
  • Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Room Theatre - 12
  • Middlesbrough, Town Hall – 19
  • Bridlington, SPA Royal Hall - 20
  • St. Albans, The Alban Arena – 26
  • Croydon, Fairfield Hall – 27
  • Isle Of Man, Royal Hall – June 23/24
  • Llandudno, Cymru – July 2
  • Carlisle Racecourse - 3
  • London, Kew Gardens – 6
  • Ledbury, Eastnor Castle - 10
  • Tollard Royal, Larmer Tree Festival - 14
  • Alnwick Castle - 17
  • Ipswich, Christchurch Park - 24
  • Staffordshire, Shugborough Estate - 25
  • Godalming, Charterhouse School – August 7
  • Swansea, Singleton Park – 8
  • Castlebar, Royal Theatre – October 21
  • Belfast, Waterfront Hall – 22/23
  • Dublin, Olympia Theatre - 24
  • Norwich, UEA – 29
  • Ipswich, Regent – 30
  • Cambridge, Corn Exchange - 31
  • Reading, Hexagon – November 3/4
  • Southend, Cliffs Pavillion - 5/6
  • Stoke-On-Trent, Victoria Hall - 11
  • Oxford, New Theatre – 12
  • Bristol Colston Hall - 13
  • Aberdeen, AECC Press and Journal Arena – 18
  • Glasgow, SECC - 19/20
  • Harrogate, International Centre - 21
  • Nottingham, Royal Centre - 24
  • Leicester, De Montfort – 25
  • London, Royal Albert Hall - 26/27
  • Bradford, St. George’s Hall – December 1
  • Sheffield, City Hall – 2
  • Newcastle, City Hall - 3/4
  • Portsmouth, Guildhall – 9
  • Plymouth, Pavilions – 10
  • Brighton Centre - 11
  • Cardiff, International Arena – 17
  • Birmingham, NIA – 18
  • Bournemouth, IC – 19
  • Manchester, Apollo – 21
  • Cheltenham, Centaur - 22

(by Scott Colothan)





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