Morrissey’s Roundhouse shows will not be rescheduled

Fans will be refunded after singer cancels shows due to illness

The remaining three dates of Morrissey’s six-night sold out run at London‘s Roundhouse venue will not be rescheduled.

Morrissey postponed the final three gigs after to falling ill last Friday (January 25).

Concert promoters SJM released a statement saying: “The artiste and promoters tried strenuously to reschedule the three shows but it proved impossible. We would like to extend our apologies to all of Morrissey’s loyal fans over this unavoidable situation.”

Ticket holders for the January 25 show will have their money automatically refunded to their debit or credit card.

Ticket holders for January 26 and 27, however, should return any unused tickets to their point of purchase for a refund.

The UK tour continues tonight (February 1) at Sunderland Empire, before ending at Edinburgh Playhouse tomorrow (February 2).

Morrissey’s new single ‘That’s How People Grow Up’ is due out on Monday (February 4), with his ‘Greatest Hits’ album following a week later (February 11).

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