Boy George: ‘Culture Club may reform in 2011’

Band tipped to play 'one-off gig or small tour'

Boy George has said that his old group Culture Club may reform next year to play live.

The singer told BBC Radio 5live that the band, who broke up in 1986 but have reunited occassionally since, might get together again to mark the 30th anniversary of them forming.

“I think we could do a one-off gig or maybe a small tour,” he said. “It’s our 30th anniversary next year so we may do something. It’s all about my mood at the time.”


The reggae-pop last played in 2002 at the London Royal Albert Hall to mark the 20th anniversary of their first hit single.


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