The Week Ahead: Miles Kane, Laura Marling, M People, Pixies and more
Posted: 17th September 2013
The week ahead from Monday 23rd Sep 2013 also features: Seth Lakeman
, Wiz Khalifa
, The View
, Russell Kane
, Lee Nelson
, The Wailers
, Johnny Borrell
and Zazou, Martin Taylor
and Martin Simpson
, Keith Sweat
, Unity, Mac Miller
This week, starting on Monday 23rd September you have acts from every known genre to man*. We have Miles Kane and Glasvegas flying the indie flag, Pixies the alternative rock flag, Laura Marling the acoustic melodies, Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller bring the Hip-to-the-Hop, M People popping up all over the UK (see what we did there?), Martin Taylor and Martin Simpson jazz it up and The Wailers bring their reggae vibes across the UK.
Theatre and arts-wise, you have brand new comedy tours for Russell Kane and Lee Nelson as well as a special "Unplugged" show for renowned dance company ZooNation and David Haye takes on Tyson Fury in Manchester.
All prices are exclusive of booking fees.
|Miles Kane from 26th September to 11th October in Portsmouth, Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle and many more from £17.50 to £19.. some tickets available||Laura Marling will be joined by Portico Quartet's Nick Mulvey from 25th September to 3rd October in Edinburgh, Gateshead, Cambridge, Dublin, Salford and many more from £18.50, to £22.50. Both London and Salford gigs sold out.||M People embark on their first UK tour for seven years, supported by former Lighthouse People singer Tunde from 28th September to 27th October in London, Dublin, Manchester, Bristol, Bournemouth, Guildford and many more from £25 to £26.||Pixies from 27th September to 25th November in Brixton, Dublin, Manchester, Glasgow and London. Sold out|
|Seth Lakeman from 29th September to in Weston-super-Mare, Gloucester, Norwich, Dartford, Brighton and many more from £13. Seth ends the tour with a special London date in band "The Full English", along with Martin Simpson, Ben Nicholls, Sam Sweeney, Nancy Kerr and more.||Glasvegas from 29th September to 22nd December in Leeds, Bristol, London, Southsea, Wolverhampton and many more from £14 to £35.||Wiz Khalifa from 25th to 28th September in Glasgow, London, Manchester and Birmingham from £20 to £22.50.||Canterbury from 29th September to 19th October in Bath, Lincoln, Liverpool, Middlesbrough, Dundee and many more from £5 to £8.50.|
|The View Prior to their autumn UK tour, Kyle and co play Paisley (with Fatherson - £17.50) and a club night in Coventry (just £5!).||The Wailers perform the album "Legend" in its entirety from 26th September to 3rd October in Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Sheffield, London and more from £19.50 to £25.||Johnny Borrell and Zazou Razorlight man teams up with Zazou for autumn UK tour from 24th September to 6th October in Norwich, Camden, Nottingham, Hebden Bridge, Newcastle and more from £10 to £15.||Martin Taylor and Martin Simpson from 28th September to 9th October in Kendal, Kent, Sandwich, Ashington and Swindon from £16.50 to £20.|
|Keith Sweat plays London's IndigO2 on 27th September in London from £28.50. Sold out||Unity The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust will benefit from this night of "Unity", featuring Jamie Cullum, Beverley Knight, Soul II Soul, Ed Sheeran, Plan B and more on 29th September in and Greenwich from £40||Mac Miller from 27th September to 6th October in Birmingham, Glasgow, Nottingham, Bristol, Kentish Town and more from £16.50 to £18.50.. some tickets available||Art Brut from 24th September in Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Wakefield, Hebden Bridge and many more from £10 to £12.|
|Russell Kane brings his new 'Smallness' tou to the UK from 29th September, playing London, Windsor, Fareham, Colchester, Salford, Sheffield and many more from £17.50 to £19.50.. some tickets available||Lee Nelson '... Live!' from 24th September to 23rd November in London, Leeds, Telford, Tunbridge Wells, Swindon, Southend and many more from £22.50 to £24.||ZooNation Unplugged - on 24th and 25th September at Sadler's Wells in London||David Haye v Tyson Fury The pair face off at the Manchester Arena on 28th September, with limited free tickets available for the weigh-in the day before (also at the arena). Tickets for the fight itself are now limited to top-priced floor seats - and they are not cheap!|