Richard Hawley announces February 2013 UK tour – ticket details

Hawley will play eight shows including London's Troxy

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Richard Hawley will be heading out on an eight date tour of the UK in February of next year.

Hawley, who was nominated for this year's Barclaycard Mercury Prize for his album 'Standing At The Sky's Edge', will start the string of shows at Buxton Opera House on February 17, playing London's Troxy on February 23 and finishing up at Hull City Hall on February 26.

Richard Hawley will also play Mencap Little Noise Sessions at St John-at-Hackney Church on November 21, on a bill that also includes First Aid Kit and King Charles.

Richard Hawley will play:

Buxton Opera House (February 17, 2013)
Edinburgh Picturehouse (18)
Bristol Colston Hall (20)
Leamington Spa Assembly Hall (21)
Cambridge Corn Exhange (22)
London Troxy (23)
Liverpool Philharmonic (25)
Hull City Hall (26)


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