The wacky Americans perform a string of gigs throughout the winter, including a prestigous show at London's Brixton Academy...

WHEATUS have confirmed details of their most ambitious UK tour to date.

The US group, who appeared at last weekend's V2001 festival (August 18-19), will perform a string of dates across the country in November and December.

They play: Liverpool Royal Court (November 10)
Lancaster Sugarhouse (11)
Guildford Civic (12)
Folkestone Leas Cliff (13)
Cardiff University (15)
Swansea Brangwyn Hall (16)
Leeds University (17)
Edinburgh Corn Exchange (19)
Aberdeen Music Hall (20)
Glasgow Barrowlands (21)
Manchester Academy (23)
Middlesborough Town Hall (24)
Hull University (25)
Exeter University (28)
Birmingham Academy (29)
Bristol Colston Hall (December 1)
Leicester De Montfort University (2)
London Brixton Academy (4)
Cambridge Corn Exchange (6)
Southampton Guildhall (11)
Brighton Event (12)
Sheffield Octagon (13)
Norwich UEA (14)

Tickets for the shows are priced £12.50, except London, where they are £15.

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