Shakespears Sister have announced their official reunion as a band, twenty-six years after they originally disbanded.

They have released a Singles Collection, Singles Party, which features two new tracks All The Queen’s Horses and C U Next Tuesday, as well as classic hits from the duo’s back catalogue. They embark on the Shakespears Sister Ride Again tour this October and November playing an extensive run of UK shows, including a night at The London Palladium

Speaking about the reunion, Siobhan and Marcy said:

Siobhan: “Neither of us wanted to go into it if there was anything apart from friendship and unity. We did not want a repeat of 1992. Life’s too short. So I think we just explored it slowly. I realised what a perfect writing partner she is for me…there’s some sort of weird fusion of energies that feels fated. It’s like this third entity exists that is neither me nor her, it’s the two of us”

Marcy: “There was no stopping this. It was like this snowball that just kept on gathering more and more speed. I think we’ve come to a point where we respect and understand each other more than we ever could have back then. That’s the simplest way to put it. We’ve come to a mutual understanding of and respect for who each other are. It’s just about acceptance; acceptance of who we both are, for each other and to each other”



Date Venue
Thu 31st Royal Concert Hall Nottingham


Date Venue
Fri 1st New Theatre Oxford
Sat 2nd Empire Liverpool
Mon 4th City Hall Sheffield
Tue 5th The Palladium London
Fri 8th Royal Concert Hall Glasgow
Sun 10th The Sage Gateshead
Mon 11th Bridgewater Hall Manchester
Wed 13th Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth
Thu 14th The Forum Bath
Fri 15th Regent Theatre Ipswich
Sun 17th Cliffs Pavilion Southend
Tue 19th Symphony Hall Birmingham
Wed 20th Dome Concert Hall Brighton

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