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Paul Weller has announced a new live album, and a load of one-day-only cinema events

It was recorded in October 2018 with an orchestra.
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Published: 11:56 am, January 17, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Paul Weller has announced a new live album, and a load of one-day-only cinema events

Paul Weller has announced a new live album, 'Live At The Royal Festival Hall'.

Recorded in October 2018 with an orchestra, the 25-track live album and DVD combo - which also features a behind-the-scenes mini-documentary with rehearsal footage and interviews - will be released on 8th March.

There will also be screenings in various cinemas on 28th February, visit ourscreen.com/weller for all the info.

Birmingham – ODEON Birmingham, Broadway Plaza
Blackpool – Vue Cleveleys
Brighton – ODEON Brighton
Bristol – Vue Bristol, Cribbs Causeway
Cardiff – Vue Cardiff
Edinburgh – Vue Edinburgh, Omni
Glasgow – Vue Glasgow, Fort
Guildford – ODEON Guildford
Liverpool – ODEON Liverpool One
London – ODEON Wimbledon
London – Vue Islington
London – Vue Piccadilly
London – Vue Shepherds Bush
Manchester – ODEON Manchester GN
Newcastle – Vue Gateshead
Sheffield / Leeds – Vue Leeds, Kirkstall Road
Woking – Ambassadors Cinema

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