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David Essex at Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

David Essex tour dates and tickets
David Essex, real name David Albert Cook is an English singer, songwriter and musician from Essex.

David Essex will be performing 1 event in Nottingham on Wednesday 7th October 2020 at the Royal Concert Hall.

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Wed Oct 7 2020    (Change Date) Nottingham, UK UK
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Venue Information - Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

Royal Concert Hall South Sherwood Street, Nottingham NG1 5ND
Telephone: 01159895555
Venue Capacity: 2500
The Royal Concert Hall is a 2,500 capacity live music and concert hall based on South Sherwood Street in Nottingham. Part of the same Royal Centre that accommodates The Theatre Royal, it's used for performance events of all variety - ranging from bands and full orchestras, to singers and DJs.