The Saturdays confirm UK Theatre Tour

The Girls are hitting the road on their debut headlining tour this June, tickets on sale tomorrow at 9am from Ticketmaster:

Fri 05 June New Theatre, Oxford
Sat 06 June Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Mon 08 June SECC & Clyde Auditorium (The Armadillo), Glasgow
Tue 09 June Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne
Wed 10 June LCR at University of East Anglia (UEA), Norwich
Fri 12 June Regent Theatre, Ipswich
Sat 13 June Corn Exchange, Cambridge
Sun 14 June Colston Hall, Bristol
Tue 16 June Hexagon, Reading
Wed 17 June Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea
Fri 19 June O2 Apollo, Manchester
Sat 20 June Civic Hall, Wolverhampton
Sun 21 June Southampton Guildhall, Southampton
Wed 24 June HMV Apollo, Hammersmith, London
Thu 25 June Brighton Dome, Brighton
Sat 27 June City Hall, Sheffield

a4276441236251889aThe Saturdays tour announced

The Saturdays will headline their first tour this summer.

The girl band are set to travel round the UK in June to coincide with the release of a new single.

Band member Una Healy said: “I can’t believe we are about to go out on our first very own tour. We hadn’t even released our debut single this time last year and nobody knew us. So many great things have happened and we can’t wait to go out and perform on our own headline tour.”

The tour will kick off in Oxford before travelling to Nottingham, Glasgow, Newcastle, Norwich, Ipswich, Cambridge, Bristol, Reading, Southend, Manchester, Wolverhampton, Southampton, London, Brighton and Sheffield.

In the past nine months, The Saturdays have had four top 10 singles and a top 10 album. Their current single, Just Can’t Get Enough is out now in aid of Comic Relief. Tickets go on sale Friday March 6.

Meanwhile, Rydian Roberts has revealed he is an admirer of the girls.

“I’m kind of a fan of The Saturdays they are quite easy on the eye I guess – but they are also really good and they go from strength to strength,” he said.

Thu 5 Mar


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