Peter Hook announces spoken word tour

He'll be joined by Howard Marks on the jaunt

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Peter Hook has announced a spoken word tour which will see him talk about his past, as well as showcase previously-unseen Joy Division and New Order footage.

The tour, which is compared by Howard Marks, will take place across the UK in April and is billed as ‘An Evening Of Unknown Pleasures’. Fans will be able to quiz the bassist as part of the evening.

Peter Hook‘s ‘An Evening Of Unknown Pleasures’ will call at:

Birmingham Glee Club (April 11)
Bolton Albert Hall (12)
Worcester Huntingdon Hall (13)
Milton Keynes Stables (15)
Middlesbrough Town Hall (18)
Gateshead Sage (20)
Durham Gala (21)
Burnley Mechanics (22)
Cardiff Glee Club (25)
Oxford Academy (26)
Wakefield Theatre Royal (27)
Gloucester Guildhall (28)
Derby Assembly Rooms (29)
Norwich UEA (30)
Salford Lowry (May 1)
Hull Truck Theatre (2)


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