PETE GOES IT ALONE

The estranged Libertine takes to the road on his own...

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PETER DOHERTY has added extra dates to his solo UK tour.


With the songwriter currently frozen out of Libertines until he beats his much-publicised drug addiction, he is touring the country alone this month.


The original collection of dates has now been expanded into a full tour. Support will come from former One Dove singer and Death In Vegas collaborator Dot Allison.


The full dates are:

Glasgow Stereo (July 26)
Wolverhampton Little Civic (27)
Sheffield Trippets (28)
Southampton Joiners (29)
Nottingham The Social (31)
Brighton Freebutt (August 1)
London Camden Monarch (2)
Bristol Louisiana (4)
Shrewsbury The Albert (5)
London Camden Monarch (6)


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