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THEA GILMORE plus Fran Smith
11 November 12

ONLINE BOOKING
All transaction charges are now dropped. You will no longer be charged for booking online or for using a card. The only charge will be for postage (£1.00) - and you can choose to collect your tickets from the Box Office instead!

THEA GILMORE plus Fran Smith
Legendary Singer Songwriter Thea Gilmore returns to the Royal Exchange
Following a sell-out gig with John Bramwell last December, Thea Gilmore returns to the Royal Exchange Theatre, for a unique solo gig.

2012 has been a tumultuous year for Thea Gilmore; one of the UKs most enduring songwriters and vocalists.

Her unique collaboration with the late Sandy Denny 'Dont Stop Singing', produced a recent hit album and sold out tour.

The hugely catchy single 'London Town' was a spring airplay hit, opening up a whole new audience to Ms Gilmores music.

She has released 11 albums of  her own self-penned music and numbers Bruce Springsteen amongst her most loyal fans.
 
Catch her, with her full band in concert, for a stunning not to be missed evening of her career highlights.



 
 
She will be supported by Fran Smith, an exceptionally gifted singer-songwriter. Her distinctive voice, with its quietly
impassioned Northern tones call to mind folk sirens such as Norma Waterson or Rachel Unthank.
 
This summer Fran released her much-anticipated debut EP, which features the talents of Thea Gilmore’s acclaimed producer and guitarist, Nigel Stonier.

Her piano-based songs reference the likes of Antony and the Johnsons and Joanna Newsom, but ultimately leave you feeling like you've stumbled upon a completely new, unique, quintessentially English talent. 

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EVENT INFORMATION

VENUE
The Theatre

BOOK TICKETS
Via Box Office or online

TICKET PRICES
£22.50, £17.50, £14.50

EVENT DETAILS
Sunday 11 November, 7.30pm