Patrick Wolf for December UK gigs - ticket details

He will play four shows including a night at London's Union Chapel

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Patrick Wolf will play a short run of UK shows next month.

The mini tour will start at Hove's Old Market on December 16, before shows at Glasgow's Oran Mor (December 18) and Salford St Philips (December 19) before finishing up at London's Union Chapel on December 21. Serafina Steer will support at all dates.

Wolf is due to start recording his new album following 2012's 'Sundark And Riverlight', which celebrated the singer's 10-year anniversary as a recording artist and featured acoustic versions of songs from his last five albums.

Patrick Wolf plays:

Hove Old Market (December 16)
Glasgow Oran Mor (18)
Salford St Philips (19)
London Union Chapel (21)


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