Music at Brighton Dome this Autumn
12 Jun 2019
This Autumn we have an array of musical talent coming to Brighton Dome. From fresh, upcoming artists to artists that will make you nostalgic. Here is a quick look at who’s coming to town…
The Psychedelic Furs + The Wendy James Band
Fri 4 Oct
The veteran post-punk band led by brothers Richard and Tim Butler, The Psychedelic Furs are back on tour this October making a pit stop at our very own Concert Hall.>
The Divine Comedy
Wed 16 Oct
A true lover of words, the Irish songwriter Neil Hannon has recently released his new The Divine Comedy album Office Politics, which he will be performing at Brighton Dome this October.
The House & Garage Orchestra
Thu 17 Oct
The House & Garage Orchestra are the ultimate live celebration of UK House & Garage. An expanded live band with horns and string sections, they’re bringing back the iconic sounds of the UK at the turn of the millennium.
Mon 21 Oct
Folk duo, The Unthanks celebrate Emily Brontë’s 200th birthday with The Emily Brontë Song Cycle. Using her original cabinet piano to writer on, Yorkshire born Unthanks composer Adrian McNally has turned ten of her poems into song, performed with bandmates Rachel and Becky Unthank and recorded in the Parsonage in Haworth where Emily worked and live.
Wed 23 Oct
Lisa Stansfield celebrates the 30th anniversary of her multi-platinum, award winning debut solo album Affection with a tour that will see Lisa and her prodigious band perform the hits from Affection such All Around the World, alongside favourites and classics from Lisa’s seven subsequent solo records.
Jack Savoretti (Limited Availability)
Wed 6 Nov
The English-Italian singer-songwriter comes to Brighton Dome this autumn as part of a UK tour with his new album Singing To Strangers.
Thu 7 Nov
The Happy Mondays’ classic line-up of front man Shaun Ryder, Bez, Rowetta, Gary Whelan, Paul Ryder, Mark Day and and Dan Broad will perform timeless hits such as Step On, Kinky Afro, Hallelujah, W.F.L., Loose Fit, Judge Fudge and 24 Hour Party People, amongst many others in this celebration of their greatest hits.
Steve Hackett: Genesis Revisited (Limited Availability)
Tue 12 Nov
For the first time ever, former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett will perform the seminal Genesis album Selling England By The Pound in its entirety. This year also marks the 40th anniversary of Steve’s most popular albums Spectral Mornings, which he will be performing.
The exceptional London African Gospel Choir, bring their joyous singing and dance, and their unforgettable arrangements of Paul Simon hits such as The Boy In The Bubble, Diamond On the Soles Of Her Shoes and You Can Call me Al to Brighton Dome as part of their tour. The richness & harmony of the Choir’s rhythmic, evocative & empowering voices have created an overwhelming musical event, for anyone lucky enough to experience this special performance.
Wed 20 Nov
Shakespears Sisters, made up of Siobhan Fahey and Marcella Detroit have sold over 1 million albums and made it to Number One in the UK with their 1992 single Stay. After 25 years, they have reunited and released a new single and the album Singles Party featuring all the band’s singles.