Hospitalised Lianne La Havas cancels further live show

The singer is due to be released from hospital today

Hospitalised Lianne La Havas cancels further live show

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Lianne La Havas will not be performing in Cambridge tonight (October 8) due to an ongoing illness, though the singer's official Facebook reports that she will be released from hospital today.

The Mercury-nominated singer cancelled shows in Glasgow (October 5), Edinburgh (6), and Liverpool (7). The tour will now commence at The Ritz, Manchester, on Wednesday (October 10). The reason for the singer's hospitalisation has not yet been revealed, though a spokesperson confirmed that she is suffering from "an illness".

La Havas has been Tweeting from her hospital bed over the weekend. On Saturday (October 6), she tweeted:

Hubby where are u? I need grapes and cuddly toys by my bed STAT! Xx

Lianna La Havas will play:

Ritz, Manchester (October 10)
Shepherd's Bush Empire, London (11)
HMV Institute, Birmingham (12)
Stylus, Leeds (14)
Fire Station, Bournemouth (17)
Concorde 2, Brighton (18)
Leadmill, Sheffield (20)
O2 Academy, Bristol - 21
O2 Academy, Oxford – 22


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