Kate Nash announces Spring UK tour – ticket details

She will play 21 shows in support of her new album 'Girl Talk'

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Kate Nash has announced plans for a 21-date tour of the UK to support the release of her third album, 'Girl Talk'.

The album is set for release on March 4 and will be preceded by the single '3am', which is out on February 18.

Kate Nash starts the tour at Norwich Arts Centre on April 5 and finishes the run of shows at London's 100 Club on May 1. The tour is in addition to two previously announced shows at Reading Sub 89 on February 12 and an NME Awards Show at London Sebright Arms on February 13.

Kate Nash will play:

Norwich Arts Centre (April 5)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (6)
Sheffield Leadmill (8)
Preston 53 Degrees (9)
Newcastle Warehouse Hoult's Yard (10)
Aberdeen Lemon Tree (12)
Inverness Ironworks (13)
Glasgow Oran Mor (14)
Middlesborough Empire (16)
York Fibbers (17)
Hull Fruit (18)
Manchester Gorilla (20)
Liverpool Masque Theatre (21)
Leeds Cockpit (22)
Stoke Sugarmill (24)
Bristol Fleece (25)
Narberth Queens Hall (26)
Gloucester Guildhall (27)
Plymouth White Rabbit (29)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (30)
London 100 Club (May 1)


To check the availability of Kate Nash tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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