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Laura Marling has added a UK show to her upcoming Union Chapel live-stream event

It'll take place on 6th June.
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Published: 1:22 pm, May 14, 2020
Laura Marling has added a UK show to her upcoming Union Chapel live-stream event

Laura Marling is going to play a ticketed live-stream event from London venue Union Chapel.

There are two legs so far, both on 6th June - the first will run from 8pm GMT for the UK and Europe, and the second, which was announced last week, for fans in the US and Canada from 7pm EST.

A press release explains: "The unusual undertaking at one of her favourite venues will involve skeletal staff and crew, but benefits from full production and a multi-camera shoot, bucking the trend for widespread artist live show postponement right across the globe. The announcement also offers a tentative step in helping to aid the flagging live sector, and sets a potentially positive new precedent for other artists suffering from the loss of live earnings."

Tickets for the one-off show are limited and available via Dice. Laura Marling's new album 'Song For Our Daughter' is out now.

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