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Midge Ure at Brighton Theatre Royal

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Midge Ure, real name James Ure, is a Scottish singer-songwriter and musician from Cambuslang, Lanarkshire.

Midge Ure will be performing 1 event in Brighton on Saturday 22nd February 2020 at the Theatre Royal.

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Sat Feb 22 2020 Brighton, UK UK
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Address: Brighton Theatre Royal, New Road, Brighton, BN1 1SD
Telephone: 08448717627
Venue Capacity: 952
The Theatre Royal is an arts and performeance venue based on New Road in Brighton. Opened in 1807 with a performance of Hamlet, it has continued to serve up to almost 1,000 locals (over four levels) as a place to watch theatre, ballet, orchestras, musicals, touring productions, and everything in between to this day.