Wendy James has announced her rescheduled UK tour which includes a Manchester gig at the Deaf Institute in April 2021.

The tour had been set to take in a Manchester gig in September, but has been delayed due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation.  In anticipation of the tour, the former Transvision Vamp front woman released latest album Queen High Straight.

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Speaking about rescheduling the 19-date UK tour, Wendy James commented, “I’ve been waiting this out, always optimistic that Covid19 dissolution might take less time than forecasted… but not so! It is clear from talking to the many promoters around the UK who run the venues I’m booked to play (not merely once, this last May, but also this September) that a real gig cannot safely, legally and joyfully happen before 2021. I’ve moved my entire tour to April 2021! and – amazingly, added dates! I now have Paisley and Oxford added in, with a likely to announce Liverpool, Sheffield and Irish Tour to boot! 2021 can be a great touring year for THE WENDY JAMES BAND, with the UK tour in April, Festivals and a couple of big support slots to announce! Tickets and Ticket Links remain the same and valid, all VIP are still valid!”

Wendy James is now set to released her next fan picked AA single Kill Some Time Blues and Marlene et Fleur and will be releasing a vinyl box set containing all singles later this year.

When does Wendy James headline at Manchester’s Deaf Institute?

Wendy James will headline at the Deaf Institute, Manchester, on 16 April 2021.  The Manchester gig is one of 21 dates she is scheduled to play across the UKI:
30 March   –   Guildford, Boileroom
1 April   –   Oxfortd, O2 Academy 2
2 April   –   Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
3 April   –   Stoke, Sugarmill
6 April   –   Nottingham, Bodega
7 April   –   Newcastle, Cluny
8 April   –   Edinburgh, Bannermans
9 April   –   Paisley, RocknRollas
10 April   –   Glasgow, King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
14 April   –   Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
15 April   –   Blackpool, Waterloo Music Bar
16 April   –   Manchester, Deaf Institute
17 April   –   Norwich, Arts Centre
21 April   –   Tunbridge Wells, Forum
22 April   –   Cambridge, Junction
23 April   –   Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
24 April   –   Birmingham, O2 Institute 3
17 April   –   Bristol, Fleece
28 April   –   Swansea, Cinema and Co
29 April   –   Brighton, Concorde 2
30 April   –   London, O2 Academy 2 Islington