Legendary singer Lulu has announced an extensive UK tour for autumn 2019.

Celebrating 55 years since the release of the debut smash hit single Shout, Lulu’s On Fire tour will see the Grammy-nominated singer play 36 dates across the UK, starting on September 17th and ending on 2nd November.

On Fire is a show packed full of hits, such as The Man Who Sold The World, Relight My Fire, To Sir With Love and, of course, Shout, amongst many others, as Lulu recounts her remarkable life now at 70 years old and a career that has outshone many of her contemporaries.

Backed by her band, a huge LED screen (for the first time) showing carefully selected personal and career defining moments, Lulu will have audiences nationwide, sitting, standing, dancing, singing, laughing and simply listening to an amazing story that started on 3rd November 1948.

Lulu said, “I’ve so enjoyed touring with my amazing band over the past few years that it didn’t take very long for me to get the urge to hit the road again. We’ll be playing here, there and everywhere, so I invite fans old and new to come along and share a great night covering my six decades in music”.

Singer, songwriter, actress, business woman and national treasure are all labels that have been attributed to Lulu, who has stayed the course, when many have faltered, simply because of her talent as an artist and her determination as a person.

Her powerhouse performances have ensured a loyal following of fans who come out year after year to witness a legend at work.



Date Venue
Tue 17th The Concorde Eastleigh
Thu 19th Anvil Arts theatre Basingstoke
Fri 20th Congress Theatre Eastbourne
Sun 22nd New Theatre Oxford
Mon 23rd Floral Pavilion New Brighton
Tue 24th Concert Hall Motherwell
Wed 25th Music Hall Aberdeen
Thu 26th Eden Court Inverness
Sat 28th Lanark Memorial Hall Lanark
Sun 29th The Playhouse Whitley Bay


Date Venue
Tue 1st Town Hall Birmingham
Wed 2nd Opera House Buxton
Thu 3rd Forum Theatre Billingham
Sat 5th Barbican York
Sun 6th The Grand Theatre Wolverhampton
Tue 8th Theatre Severn Shrewsbury
Wed 9th Swan Theatre High Wycombe
Thu 10th New Theatre Peterborough
Fri 11th Forum Theatre Barrow-in-Furness
Sat 12th Pavilion Theatre Rhyl
Sun 13th RNCM Manchester
Tue 15th Gala Theatre Durham
Wed 16th Bridlington Spa
Thu 17th G Live Guildford
Fri 18th St George’s Hall Bradford
Sat 19th Baths Hall Scunthorpe
Sun 20th The Apex Bury St Edmunds
Tue 22nd Wyvern Theatre Swindon
Wed 23rd Royal & Derngate Theatre Northampton
Fri 25th Arts Centre Aberystwyth
Sat 26th St David’s Hall Cardiff
Sun 27th Octagon Theatre Yeovil
Tue 29th Corn Exchange Kings Lynn
Wed 30th Cliffs Pavilion Southend
Thu 31st Beck Theatre Hayes


Date Venue
Sat 2nd Queens Theatre Barnstaple

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