LAURA MARLING ANNOUNCES UK AUTUMN TOUR.
THE FIRST UK SHOWS IN SUPPORT OF HER GRAMMY AND MERCURY NOMINATED ALBUM, SONG FOR OUR DAUGHTER.
Having emphatically set the bar for what can be achieved with a superlative livestream performance back in the early Summer of 2020 from London’s Union Chapel, Laura is thrilled to finally be able to take her acclaimed Song For Our Daughter album out on the road.
Laura brought forward the release of Song For Our Daughter in the midst of lockdown last Easter as the pandemic took hold across the globe. It was received with widespread acclaim, and deservedly picked up Mercury Prize and Grammy Award nominations.
No support. On stage approx 8.20pm (times subject to change)
Please leave plenty of time for extra security and Covid Pass checks in place at the venue.
Pre- Order your refreshments for before the show.
There will be limited bar/cafe service at the event to minimise contact, we highly recommend that you pre-order your drinks and snacks.
Interval drinks can be ordered from the bar as usual.
Follow the link below to order.
COVID ENTRY PASS (required for standing shows)
Applicable for Laura Marling.
Due to the current circumstances it is necessary to implement additional measures for some shows at the venue. An NHS COVID Entry Pass will be required for all events which have a standing or general admission area or where the promoter or organiser of the event has requested additional conditions of entry. Please check the event page for details of entry requirements when booking and before travelling to the venue.
Where a Covid pass is required all members of your party over the age of 18 must demonstrate their COVID-19 status to gain entry in ONE of the following ways:
Attendees under the age of 18 must provide verbal confirmation that they have not tested positive nor are currently suffering from symptoms of COVID-19; from their parent, guardian or the individual themselves if they are aged 16 or 17.
Please note that failure to provide your details may result in you being refused entry.
We will continue to review and update our entry procedures and COVID protocols and will inform ticketholders of any changes to the conditions of entry. Please ensure that your contact details on your account are kept up to date so that we can inform you of any changes.
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A Covid Entry Pass is required for this event and extra time should be allowed for additional security, Covid Pass checks and ticket collection.
Standing downstairs. Seated Balcony.
Standing ages 14+ only / Under 14s must be seated in the balcony and accompanied by an adult.
It is against our policy for tickets to be re-sold. Any such tickets will be cancelled. Tickets are only available through Reading Arts and SEE Tickets/Ticketmaster ticket agents.
No tickets are valid if purchased outside of these channels.
Box Office 0118 960 6060 (Limited phone lines available due to Covid-19, please book online if at all possible).