April 1, 2009 15:23

The Fall's Mark E Smith returns to stage after injury The Fall Tickets

Singer performs gig in a wheelchair

The Fall's Mark E Smith returns to stage after injury
The Fall’s Mark E Smith took to the stage for the first time last night (March 31) since breaking his hip.

The 52-year-old frontman performed in a wheelchair during his band's concert in Cambridge, reports BBC News.

He is now due to play with his band at London's KOKO tonight (April 1).

Smith fell victim to the same injury during The Fall’s 2004 US tour, forcing the band to cancel several shows.

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