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Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Kate Bush’s No.1 album Never for Ever
It’s nearly 40 years since Kate Bush presented her astonishing third album Never For Ever to the world. The first to be produced by Kate herself, it was released in September 1980 and featured the UK top 20 singles Babooshka, Army Dreamers and Breathing. This stunning album was the first by a British female solo artist to reach the top of the UK charts and the first by any female solo artist to go straight in at number one!
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of this ground-breaking release, Cloudbusting will be performing the entire recording live in selected theatres across the UK during September 2020. Staged with dynamic backdrop video projections, this limited run of special performances will explore the detail and passion in this woman’s work.
The band will be joined on stage by additional musicians and vocalists to accurately and authentically perform this complex collection of songs, along with a dazzling selection of Kate’s other hits.
Fans of Kate who witnessed Cloudbusting’s anniversary shows of the classic Hounds of Love and The Kick Inside albums will know that these concerts are absolutely not to be missed and as the band’s reputation continues to grow across Europe and beyond, so will demand for these shows… so book your tickets early!
Dates & Times
|Never Forever 40th Anniversary Show - Thu 21 Oct 7:30pm Thu 21 Oct||Theatre||7:30pm||£26.50|
‘Utterly, surreally brilliant’
Classic Rock Magazine