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Marika Hackman has announced some new shows for 2020

She's adding to the already revealed London show early next year.
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Published: 3:24 pm, October 30, 2019 Photos: Patrick Gunning.
Marika Hackman has announced some new shows for 2020

Marika Hackman has confirmed a new UK tour for next year.

She's adding a bunch of fresh shows on top of her already announced London show, calling off in Manchester, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Sheffield, Cardiff, Norwich, Birmingham and Brighton. Tickets for the new dates go on sale at 9am on Friday, 1st November.

It's all in support of her stupendously brilliant new album 'Any Human Friend', which arrived earlier this summer.

The dates read:

February
24 Manchester Gorilla
26 Edinburgh Caves
27 Newcastle Riverside
28 Sheffield Leadmill
29 Cardiff The Gate

March
02 Norwich Arts Centre
3 Birmingham O2 Academy2
3 Brighton Concorde 2
5 London O2 Kentish Town Forum

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