The amazing and iconic LULU will embark on her first solo UK tour in over ten years, when she plays a series of live dates in May 2015.  

The tour will coincide with a brand new album – her first since 2005. The Grammy-nominated songwriter is currently writing and recording the album which will showcase a return to her soulful roots, being both the music which initially inspired her to perform and her enduring passion.

This new tour will give Lulu the chance to reconnect, not only with the music she loves, but also with fans who haven’t seen her tour solo in the UK since 2004.  Over the last decade, the Scottish legend has played hugely successful club dates in the US and UK, (including a sold-out gig at B.B. King’s in New York City), toured with Jools Holland and headlined the sold-out ‘Here Come The Girls’ tours. Earlier this year she was chosen to perform at the Closing Ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Lulu says:

“I’ve always loved doing live gigs.  After performing at the legendary BB King’s NYC last year and now starting to record the album, I’m re-invigorated and ready to get back on the road again.  Even before I ever had a hit record I was doing three or four live gigs each week.  And recently I’ve had a renewed sense of purpose. I just feel a compulsion to make this new record and, because of that, the songs are just pouring out.

“My family always said I came into this world singing, and I’d be happy to go out of this world singing – but I have a lot more to say before that happens!”
Further details on Lulu’s new album will follow.

MAY 2015

Fri       1 May 15         Letterkenny – Ireland
Sun     3 May 15         Castlebar – Ireland
Mon    4 May 15         Killarney – Ireland
Wed    6 May 15         Dublin – Ireland
Thu     7 May 15         Belfast – Ireland
Sun     10 May 15       Salford Lowry
Mon    11 May 15       Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Tue     12 May 15       Glasgow Clyde Auditorium
Thu     14 May 15       York Barbican
Fri       15 May 15       Gateshead Sage
Sun     17 May 15       London Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Mon    18 May 15       Cardiff St Davis Hall
Tue     19 May 15       Birmingham Symphony Hall
Thu     21 May 15       Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Fri       22 May 15       Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Sat      23 May 15       Sheffield City Hall
Mon    25 May 15       Ipswich Regent
Tue     26 May 15       Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre

Tickets go onsale Friday 3rd October at 9am – /