Yusuf / Cat Stevens announces A Cat’s Attic tour dates

He'll play four UK shows in November

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Yusuf / Cat Stevens, has announced four November dates.

A Cat’s Attic will feature a limited run of stripped-down, introspective performances which coincides with the 50th anniversary of his first hit single release, “I Love My Dog”. Starting in Manchester, the Tour will also travel to Glasgow, Newcastle and end in London at the Shaftesbury Theatre.

Tickets go on sale Friday, September 16th at 9am from www.livenation.co.uk


“It’s hard to believe that I will be playing in the theatre that I used to illegally climb the roof of as a teenager, right across the road from where I lived in London,” says Yusuf. “I’m really looking forward to these shows and visiting some of the cities I played 50 years ago.”

A Cat’s Attic: Yusuf/Cat Stevens play:

Mon 14th MANCHESTER, Apollo
Wed 16th GLASGOW, Clyde Auditorium
Fri 18th NEWCASTLE, City Hall
Sun 20th LONDON, Shaftesbury Theatre

Pre-sale will run from 9am Wednesday, September 14 until 10pm Thursday, September 15 at www.catstevens.com.

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