Morrissey to resume tour in London following onstage collapse

Former Smiths singer well enough to continue tour

Morrissey has confirmed that he play his London Royal Albert Hall date tomorrow (October 27) despite his on-stage collapse at the Swindon Oasis Leisure Centre on Saturday (October 24).

The Smiths‘ former singer was released from hospital yesterday after collapsing just after playing the opening song at the gig. He postponed a show tonight (October 26) at the Bournemouth Academy, but his spokesperson told NME.COM that tomorrow’s London show is still set to go ahead.

Fans have been asked to stand by for refund and potential rescheduling gigs for the Swindon and Bournemouth shows.


Following the London show Morrissey is scheduled to continue to tour the UK and Ireland, wrapping up the jaunt on November 23 in Dublin.


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