Elbow due to play Doncaster Dome on March 15th




elbow announce their most extensive tour since 2008 with multi-night residencies in 
Dublin, Birmingham, Edinburgh, London and Manchester alongside returns to towns last
visited around the release of The Seldom Seen Kid.  The final tour of previous 
album The Take Off and Landing of Everything in 2015 saw the band play their 
longest ever theatre residences in London and Manchester. The decision to repeat 
this and then visit as many places as possible came from the feedback of fans who 
loved those shows as much as the band did.


Elbow have spent most of 2017 holed up in Blueprint Studios, Salford recording their seventh studio album Little Fictions. This is following a year that saw various members undertake work outside the band. Whilst Craig Potter produced the critically acclaimed ‘Meet The Humans’ for Steve Mason and Guy released his debut solo album, ‘Courting the Squall’, guitarist Mark Potter formed blues, folk and roots band The Plumedores. The new album was released on February 3rd, 2017.

Chris Hone, from Doncaster Culture and Leisure Trust, who manage the Dome, said: “We are delighted that elbow will be performing at Doncaster Dome as part of their tour. We look forward to welcoming them on March 15 2017 and we are sure that this will be a great gig.”




Wednesday 1st                                                                     Birmingham,O2 Academy

Thursday 2nd                                                                         Birmingham, O2 Academy

Saturday 4th                                                                          London, Eventim Apollo

Sunday 5th                                                                             London, Eventim Apollo

Monday 6th                                                                           London, Eventim Apollo

Wednesday 8th                                                                     Bournemouth, International Centre

Thursday 9th                                                                         Plymouth, Pavilions

Friday 10th                                                                             Newport, Centre

Sunday 12th                                                                           Edinburgh, Usher Hall

Monday 13th                                                                         Edinburgh, Usher Hall

Tuesday 14th                                                                         Bridlington, Spa

Wednesday 15th                                                                 Doncaster, Dome

Thursday 16th                                                                       Leicester, De Montfort Hall

Saturday 18th                                                                        Manchester, O2 Apollo

Sunday 19th                                                                           Manchester, O2 Apollo

Monday 20th                                                                         Manchester, O2 Apollo


Rob Johnson






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