Lily Allen brings out Giggs and calls out ‘arsehole’ Theresa May at intimate London gig

Allen shows London what's in store with 'No Shame'

Lily Allen  launched her new album ‘No Shame’ with an intimate gig at London’s Tuffnel Park Done last night. Check out photos, footage and the setlist below.

Playing a career-spanning set as well showcasing a wealth of new material, songs from the upcoming ‘No Shame’ landed well with the sold out crowd – with Allen clearly touched by the high spirits of the audience.

Introducing the ode to her children with new single ‘Three‘, Allen joked: “Everyone thinks I’m really sentimental, but really I’m just gunning for a phone contract.”

Other highlights included fan favourites ‘The Fear’, ‘Smile’ and ‘Not Fair’, with Allen hitting out at the Prime Minister in dedicating ‘Fuck You’ to “our very own arsehole, Theresa.”

The peak of the show came during the encore when Allen invited Giggs on stage for their explosive collaboration ‘Trigger Bang’. Check out footage below.

 

Lily Allen live at Tufnell Park Dome

Lily Allen live at Tufnell Park Dome

Lily Allen played:

Higher
Come on Then
Lost My Mind
Knock ‘Em Out
Everything to Feel Something
Apples
Three
Waste
Smile
Cake
Family Man
My One
Pushing Up Daisies
Fuck You
Encore:
Trigger Bang (with Giggs)
The Fear
Not Fair

Lily Allen live at Tufnell Park Dome

Lily Allen live at Tufnell Park Dome

Last month, Allen spoke out about the injustices of social media and her battle against Twitter trolls.

“A lot of the time I’m saying things that really aren’t that bad [and] that get twisted to mean something really different, so no one can really take that away from me,” she said. “A lot of the stuff that I get in my timeline [is] horrible and threatening stuff. These people are saying a lot of horrible things about me, my kids, my role as a mother, my work – is everyone alright with that?

“Are we all cool with this? As human beings? Is this a cool environment for us to be hanging out in?”

Lily Allen’s UK tour concludes at Glasgow King Tuts on Friday March 23.

Her new album ‘No Shame‘ is due for release on June 9, before she returns to London to perform at The Mighty Hoopla Festival at Brockwell Park on Sunday June 3. Tickets are available here.