Laura Marling adds four matinees to her UK cathedral tour – ticket details

Singer's trek around UK cathedrals is set for next month

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Laura Marling has added four matinees to her UK cathedral tour next month.

The singer, who released her third album 'A Creature I Don't Know' on September 12, will set out on the tour, which is entitled the When The Bell Tolls Tour, in October.

Marling, who has largely sold out the tour, will now play matinee performances at her shows in Gloucester on October 18, York on October 21, Sheffield on October 22 and Birmingham on October 29, the tour's final day.

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

Laura Marling will now play:

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)*


Dates marked with a * feature two shows a day, one with doors opening at 12.40pm and another at 7.30pm.

Tickets for the matinees will go on sale on Friday (September 30) at 10am (BST). 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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