A Manic visit to venue from cult rock­ers

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Tonight’s Tv -

WELSH rock­ers the Manic Street Preach­ers are on their way to Cam­bridge.

It has been an­nounced that the band will play the Corn Ex­change as part of a tour to co­in­cide with the re­lease of their 10th stu­dio al­bum, Post­cards From A Young Man.

They say the gigs will be their most ex­ten­sive UK tour ever, with Bri­tish Sea Power as the sup­port act.

The Man­ics will play the Corn Ex­change on Novem­ber 1 in what is an­other ma­jor coup for the city venue, which con­tin­ues to at­tract big-name per­form­ers.

Pro­mot­ers say the Ev­ery­thing Must Go band’s new al­bum, to be re­leased in Septem­ber, will be a re­turn to their clas­sic rock sound of the 1990s.

Tick­ets, priced £27.50, are on sale from 9am to­day. They are avail­able from the Corn Ex­change box of­fice on 01223 357851 or www.seet­ick­ets.com

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