Julian Cope Set For South Bank Show

The legendary musician/poet to present 'Black Sheep' at the RFH

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Julian Cope has announced that he is to perform a one-off show at the Royal Festival Hall in London on November 18.

The legendary former Teardrop Explodes front man and now unique solo showman is to present material from his last release Black Sheep live at the London riverside venue.

The album, released last Summer consists of eleven tracks and one epic poem which examine the theme of ‘social outcasts’.

Cope’s last show in the UK was on the Uncut Arena stage at this year’s Latitude Festival in July.

For show and ticket information, check the RFH’s website here,
www.southbankcentre.co.uk or call the ticket office on 0871 663 2500.

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Pic credit: Andy Willsher.

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