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Alice Cooper is set to bring his Theatre of Death Tour to the UK this November.

Starting at the Manchester Apollo on November 24, Cooper will bring his most visual show to the UK in more intimate venues than in recent years.

Commenting on the newly announced tour, Cooper explains: “I always prefer to play theatres because it makes the theatrics of our show so much more intense. With this being a new show, with things we’ve never done before, we’re proving that Alice is totally indestructible. It’s still pure rock ‘n roll of course. The great thing is that England always gets our shows better than anyone else.”

UK tour support comes from Man-Raze, featuring: Def Leppard’s Phil Collen on vocals and former Sex Pistol Paul Cook on drums.

Alice Cooper’s Theatre of Death tour calls at:

Manchester Apollo (November 24)
Glasgow Clyde Auditorium (25)
Newcastle City Hall (27)
Sheffield City Hall (28)
Swindon Oasis (29)
Wolverhampton Civic Hall (December 1)
Plymouth Pavilions (2)
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall (4)
Brighton Centre (5)
London HMV Hammersmith Apollo (6)


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