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Sheridan Smith Announces Spring UK Theatre Tour

Friday, 27 October 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Sheridan Smith has announced a UK theatre tour.

The actress and singer will call at the Sage in Gateshead, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Manchester's Bridgewater Hall, Blackpool Opera House, Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, the Theatre Royal in Norwich, the Royal Albert Hall in London, Edinburgh Playhouse and Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff between April 10 and 29.

Tickets go on general sale at 9am on November 3, the same day Smith releases her debut album, 'Sheridan: The Album'. Check out Anyone Who Had A Heart, which features on it, below.

Sheridan Smith Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue April 10 2018 - GATESHEAD Sage
Fri April 13 2018 - LIVERPOOL Philharmonic Hall
Mon April 16 2018 - MANCHESTER Bridgewater Hall
Tue April 17 2018 - BLACKPOOL Opera House
Thu April 19 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Royal Concert Hall
Sun April 22 2018 - NORWICH Theatre Royal
Tue April 24 2018 - LONDON Royal Albert Hall
Thu April 26 2018 - EDINBURGH Playhouse
Sun April 29 2018 - CARDIFF Wales Millenium Centre

Click here to compare & buy Sheridan Smith Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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