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He'll be joined by singer Joss Stone to perform his greatest hits

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Burt Bacharach has announced two dates at London’s Eventim Apollo on July 16 and 17.

He’ll be joined by singer Joss Stone and an orchestra to perform his greatest hits.

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The concerts are part of the Apollo Nights Summer Series 2019, which include a dining experience by chef Bryn Williams. Dining experience tickets are available from £195, while non-dining tickets are available in the royal circle from £65.

Tickets go on general sale on Friday (February 1) at 10am from here, with a pre-sale starting tomorrow (January 30).

Other artists performing as part of the Apollo Nights Summer Series include George Benson and Marc Almond.

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