Exclusive – Donny Tourette to play first post Big Brother gig

Towers Of London confirm 'freedom' show for this week

Towers Of London are to play their first show since frontman Donny Tourette escaped from ‘Celebrity Big Brother’.

The band will play the 100 Club in London on Wednesday (January 10). Tickets cost £10 and will be sold on a first come, first served basis on the door.

The show will be Tourette’s first since he jumped the fence of the reality show’s house after being told he would have to wait on fellow contestant Jade Goody (January 5).

“I’m dying to go and play,” the singer told NME.COM. “If any good has come from doing ‘Celebrity Big Brother’, it’s that I feel rejuvenated and I feel like, ‘Fuck me, being in a band is the best thing in the world and being on TV sucks.’”

For an interview and more on Tourette’s escape from the ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ house, get this week’s issue of NME, out in London tomorrow (January 9) and on newsstands nationwide a day later (10).

For more on this year’s contest and to relive Tourette‘s antics, read NME.COM‘s Celebrity Big Brother blog now.