Suede announce intimate reunion gigs

Band to play new shows in addition to Teenage Cancer trust gig

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Suede have revealed that they are to play two small gigs next month.

The reunited band are already confirmed to play a show for the Teenage Cancer Trust on March 24 at the London Royal Albert Hall, and in addition to that they will also play the London 100 Club on March 20 and the Manchester Ritz the following day (21).

Tickets will be auctioned for the charity gig from Friday (February 26) at 9am (GMT) (see for details), and the 100 Club show’s tickets are also set to be auctioned too. Tickets for the Manchester gig go on general sale as well as auction on Friday at 9am.

The band are set to perform without original guitarist Bernard Butler, who revealed he has not been invited to rejoin the band.

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