Morrissey cancels Birmingham show Morrissey Tickets

Illness means he will not play in the city tomorrow (May 13)

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Morrissey has cancelled another show as a result of ongoing health problems.

The former Smiths frontman was due to play Birmingham Symphony Hall tomorrow (May 13). However, he was been ordered to rest by doctors, so the show has been pulled.

Morrissey has already had to pull last night's show at London's Royal Albert Hall. Promoters are advising ticket holders to keep hold of their tickets for either show while they work to reschedule the gigs.

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