Tickets now on sale for All Saints in Cambridge
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All Saints will be performing in Cambridge in November and tickets are available now.
The four-piece girl band have sold more than 12 million records, had five No.1 singles, four hit albums and won two BRIT awards. After a 10-year hiatus they returned in 2016 with the hugely successful album Red Flag, which reached No.3 in the Official UK Albums Chart.
Post album release, the band embarked on a sold-out tour of the UK, before a summer of festival appearances in 2017. All Saints also played to more than half a million people, as special guests of Take That on their arena tour of the UK. All Saints’ new album Testament sees them team up once again with producer William Orbit, the force behind Pure Shores and Black Coffee and long-time collaborator Karl ‘KGee’ Gordon.
In between band projects, Nicole and Natalie Appleton released the successful album Everything’s Eventual as Appleton which included the top five singles Fantasy and Don’t Worry.
Mel Blatt released a top 10 collaboration with Artful Dodger and served as a judge on New Zealand’s X Factor. Shaznay Lewis released a solo album Open and has forged a career as an Ivor Novello-winning song-writer, having written songs for Little Mix, Westlife and Stoosh.
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INFO: The band will be at the Cambridge Corn Exchange on November 29 and tickets are £32.50. VIP tickets, which include a photo opportunity with the band, admission to the show, signed poster and souvenir lanyard are £98. All tickets from: www.cambridgelivetrust.co.uk.
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