Laura Marling announces UK cathedral tour for October – ticket details

The folk star goes on a spiritual jaunt around the country

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Laura Marling is set to go on an 11-date tour of UK cathedrals this October.

The series of shows, entitled the When The Bell Tolls Tour, starts at Exeter Cathedral on October 14 and includes a stop at London Central Hall Westminster on October 26 before coming to a close at Birmingham Cathedral on October 29.

Laura Marling releases her third album 'A Creature I Don't Know', on September 12, following a handful of summer festival shows, including appearances at Glastonbury and upcoming sets at Green Man and End Of The Road.

Earlier this year, Marling won both the NME Award for Best Solo Artist and the BRIT for Best British Female.

Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday July 29 at 9am.

Laura Marling plays:

Exeter Cathedral (October 14)
Winchester Cathedral (15)
Guildford Cathedral (17)
Gloucester Cathedral (18)
York Minster (21)
Sheffield Cathedral (22)
Manchester Cathedral (24)
Bristol Cathedral (25)
London Central Hall Westminster (26)
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral (28)
Birmingham Cathedral (29)


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

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