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Ray Davies‘ forthcoming tour of his musical ‘Come Dancing’ has been cancelled, it has been confirmed.

The show, which had its first run in 2008 and closed this year, was set to be revived by director Bill Kenwright in 2010. However, those plans have now been abandoned.

Ray [Davies] is extremely disappointed that the 2010 ‘Come Dancing’ tour will not be happening,” a spokesperson for Davies‘ studio Konk explained. “[He] will be issuing a statement in due course.”

No explanation has been given for the cancellation at present, but theatres are offering refunds to those who bought tickets.

Earlier this month, the singer hinted that he is set to reunite with his guitarist brother and Kinks bandmate Dave Davies.

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