December 23, 2003 9:00


More chances to see the Eighties superstars...

DURAN DURAN have added yet more extra dates to their UK comeback tour for LONDON, MANCHESTER, NEWCASTLE and NOTTINGHAM.

The jaunt, due to kick off now at Nottingham Arena on April 11, will mark the first time that the band's original line-up has toured their home country in 18 years.

The eighties pop legends reformed in the US two years ago, but a surprise show in October at London's Forum marked their first UK appearance since 1985.

Duran Duran are currently recording a new album, the follow-up to 2000's 'Pop Trash' - and also the first time the band's original line-up have been in the studio since 1983's 'Seven And The Ragged Tiger'.

The full tour is now as follows:
Nottingham Arena (April 11)
London Wembley Arena (13-14)
Glasgow SECC (15)
Manchester Evening News Arena (17)
Birmingham NEC Arena (18-19)
Manchester Evening News Arena (21)
Newcastle Arena (22)
London Wembley Arena (24)

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