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PJ Harvey Confirms Orlam Spoken Word Events For Autumn

Wednesday, 21 September 2022 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Steve Gullick

PJ Harvey has announced new events for the autumn.

The singer-songwriter will appear at the Grade II listed Conway Hall in central London on October 31 for an evening of spoken word and poetry from her new book, Orlam, as well as a conversation with Frank Skinner.

She will do the same with a different renowned guest each night in Sunderland, Leeds, Liverpool, Brighton and Bridport between October 27 and November 12. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on September 23, except the Bridport date, which is on sale now.

Earlier in September, Harvey announced the 'B-Sides, Demos and Rarities' boxset, which will arrive on November 4 and boasts 59 tracks, 14 of which are either previously unreleased or previously unreleased versions. The collection also features previously unseen photography by Maria Mochnacz.

Her last studio album was 2016's 'The Hope Six Demolition Project'.

PJ Harvey Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu October 27 2022 - SUNDERLAND Fire Station
Fri October 28 2022 - LEEDS Howard Assembly Room
Sat October 29 2022 - LIVERPOOL Library
Mon October 31 2022 - LONDON Conway Hall
Tue November 08 2022 - BRIGHTON Old Market
Sat November 12 2022 - BRIDPORT Sladers Yard

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