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The Week Ahead: Temples, Bombay Bicycle Club, James Blunt, Miranda Hart, The Stranglers and more

Posted: 18th February 2014
Events taking place from 24th February to 2nd March 2014 include: Michael Bublé, The Rock Sound Impericon Exposure Tour, Ray Davies, Mark Watson, Big Country, Jimi Goodwin, Black Stone Cherry, The Selecter, Band of Skulls, Maximo Park and more

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All prices are exclusive of booking fees. Click on the images for more details and to buy tickets!

This week:

Tours

Temples from 24th February to 8th June in Glasgow, Hull, Nottingham, Leeds, Manchester and more from £11. Tickets available but likely to sell out very soon.
Bombay Bicycle Club, Flyte from 2nd to 21st March in Leeds, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Newcastle from £15 to £25, 19. Tickets available.
James Blunt on 27th February and 26th June in Kerry, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester and more from £35. Some tickets available.
Michael Bublé from 1st to 13th March in Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham from £75. Premium tickets available.
The Rock Sound Impericon Exposure Tour with We Came as Romans, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! from 25th February to 2nd March in Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Brighton and more from £12.
Ray Davies on 2nd March and 6th April in Bexhill and Islington from £27.50 to £52 - limited tickets available.
Blondie on 26th February in Brixton. Premium tickets available.
Matt Cardle on 28th February and 24th April in Bridgwater, Belfast, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow and many more from £17.50 to £22.50. Some tickets available.
Big Country from 28th February to 31st May in Lowestoft, Liverpool, Southampton, Fulham, Cheshire and many more from £20 to £25. Some tickets available.
Nigel Kennedy from 25th February onwards in Weston-super-Mare, Rhyl, St. Albans, Guildford, Tunbridge Wells and more from £32.50 to £39.50. Some tickets available.
Soulfly from 24th February to 3rd March in Cambridge, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Nottingham and more from £15 to £17.50 - limited tickets available.
Jimi Goodwin from 24th February onwards in York, Hebden Bridge, Chester and Stoke from £15 to £25. Some tickets available.
Black Stone Cherry from 25th February to 1st March in Glasgow, Manchester, Camden and Wolverhampton. Premium tickets available.
The Stranglers 'Ruby Anniversary tour' from 27th February to 29th March in Inverness, Glasgow, Dunfermline, Liverpool, Lincoln and many more from £23. Some tickets available.
The Selecter '35th Anniversary Tour' from 27th February to 13th April in Gloucester, Falmouth, Liverpool, Sheffield, Bath and many more from £16.50 to £19.50. Some tickets available.
Band of Skulls on 27th February and 29th March in Soho, Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester, Shepherds Bush and more from £12.50 to £18.50. Some tickets available.
Oysterband from 28th February to 26th September in Frome, Bristol, Exeter, Islington, Kendal and many more from £16 to £20. Some tickets available.
Maximo Park from 28th February to 22nd March in Dublin, Belfast, Portsmouth, Bristol, Glasgow and many more from £8.99 to £18.50. Some tickets available.
The Lancashire Hotpots on 1st March and 11th July in St. Helens, Derby, Chorley and Salford from £12 to £14. Some tickets available.
The Dear Hunter and Anthony Green from 24th February to 6th March in Bristol, Cardiff, Southampton, Birmingham, Manchester and more from £12 to £14. Some tickets available.

Theatre, Comedy and Arts

Miranda Hart 'My, what I call, Live Show' from 28th February to 18th October in Bournemouth, Plymouth, Nottingham, Cardiff, Greenwich and many more from £27 to £29.50. Some limited tickets available.
Mark Watson 'Long Paws Comedy Club' on 27th February and 21st November in London, Wells, Dundee, Chorley, Salford and more from £10 to £17. Some tickets available.
Paul Chowdhry 'PC's World' from 25th February to 22nd May in Birmingham, Nottingham, Cardiff, Oxford, Wolverhampton and more from £14 to £15.40. Some tickets available.
I Can't Sing! The X Factor Musical from 27th February to 25th October in Westminster from £19. Some tickets available for selected performances.
Paul Pledger