'Mighty Boosh' and 'Garth Marenghi' actor Matt Berry announces debut album and UK tour details

Plus 'The IT Crowd' star signs to the Acid Jazz label

'Mighty Boosh' and 'Garth Marenghi' actor Matt Berry announces debut album and UK tour details

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Actor Matt Berry has announced details of his debut album, as well as a UK tour to take place later this month.

Berry, who has featured often in the likes of Garth Marenghi's Dark Place, The Mighty Boosh and The IT Crowd, releases 'Witchazel' on March 7 next year.

He described the album, which is set to be released on the Acid Jazz label, as a "rustic experience" and "a work of genius".

Meanwhile, Berry heads out on tour later this month, calling at the following venues:

Galway Roisin Dubh (18 November)
Cork Pavillion (19)
Dublin Crawdaddy (20)
Cardiff Tommys Bar (21)
Birmingham Bar Academy (22)
Liverpool The Masque (23)
Manchester Soundcontrol (24)
Glasgow Stereo (25)
York The Duchess (26)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (27)
Brighton Coalition (28)
London Kings College (29)
Reading Sub 89 (30)
Leicester Sub 91 (December 1)


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