Morrissey tour resumes at London’s Royal Albert Hall tonight (October 27)

Singer confirms he is fit to perform

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Morrissey has confirmed that he will perform at the Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday October 27, having recovered from illness which caused him to collapse at a show in Swindon on Saturday night(October 24).

The former Smiths frontman was released from hospital on Sunday and he has been given the all-clear to resume the UK leg of the tour.

The Swindon and the cancelled Bournemouth show (October 26) will be rescheduled.

Morrrissey‘s remaining UK tour dates are:

London – Royal Albert Hall (27)
Leeds – O2 Academy (October 29)
Sheffield – Sheffield City Hall (30)
Salisbury – City Hall (November 2)
Brentwood – Brentwood Centre (3)
London – Alexandra Palace (5)
Liverpool – Echo Arena (7)


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