March 23, 2011 16:13

Faithless' final gig to be broadcast in European cinemas

Maxi Jazz and co set to bow out after April 8 London show

Faithless' final gig to be broadcast in European cinemas

Photo: PA

Faithless' final gig is set to be broadcast in cinemas around Europe.

The dance trio are due to split up after a final show at London's O2 Academy Brixton on April 8. The show will be broadcast in cinemas in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Estonia, and Latvia.

See UK cinemas listings for the screening.

The dance band, featuring rapper Maxi Jazz plus DJs/producers Sister Bliss and Rollo, formed in 1995 in London. They were UK festival staples and released their last studio album, 'The Dance', last year.

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