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Check out 100 gecs’ new 2023 UK and European tour dates
100 gecs have announced details of a new UK and European headline tour for later this year – see the dates below and buy tickets here.The duo – Dylan Brady and Laura Les – will tour on the back of their second studio album, ‘10,000 gecs’, which landed last month.Beginning on October 8 in Berlin, the tour will then visit Italy, France, Belgium and more before hitting the UK and Ireland for seven shows including a huge London date at the Hammersmith Apollo.A week later, the gigs will then wrap up with a headline show at the Manchester Academy.Tickets for the gigs are on sale now – buy your tickets here and see the full list of gigs below.OCTOBER 20238 – Berlin, Astra11 – Milan, Alcatraz13 – Paris, Le Bataclan14 – Cologne, Carlswerk Victoria16 – Amsterdam, Melkweg17 – Utrecht, Tivoli Vredenburg18 – Brussels, Ancienne Belgique20 – Bristol, Marble Factory21 – London, Eventim Apollo22 – Leeds, O2 Academy24 – Dublin, Olympia25 – Glasgow, O2 Academy27 – Birmingham, O2 Institute28 – Manchester, AcademyReviewing new album ‘10,000 gecs’, NME wrote: “Though it’s sorely missing some choice cuts from 100 gecs’ current live set (namely ‘Fallen 4 Ü’ and ‘What’s That Smell?’), ‘10,000 gecs’ is insanely fun and impressively ambitious.“It’s also short but sweet, throwing its turbulent flurry of punches and then dipping out before listeners have a chance to really think about what’s going on.
‘Child’-like Prince William is ‘prone to tantrums’ with Kate: palace expert
Gilded Youth” author told recently that the Duke of Cambridge is “prone to tantrums,” so says a Kensington Palace source close to Quinn.He added that the royal family’s golden couple often have “rows” and their marriage is “not perfect.”During these wild fights, William and Kate are known to “throw cushions at each other,” but their arguments are otherwise “always kept under control.”William and his wife’s relationship appears perfectly content from the public’s perspective, and the pair’s marital bliss can be boiled down to the late Queen Elizabeth‘s “never complain, never explain” motto, Quinn said.“Because William adopts the manners and ways of behaving of his grandmother and Kate is very good at not complaining, both of them have stuck to the thing that made Queen Elizabeth II such a remarkable monarch,” he said.The expert continued, “They very rarely complain and when they do it’s always in measured terms.”The Post has reached out to Kensington Palace for comment. Last month, William was caught gushing over Middleton in a sweet moment during a visit to Birmingham, England.While couple met with onlookers at the Rectory restaurant, where the Duke of Cambridge raved about his longtime lady.
Birmingham is a major city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands, England. It is the second-largest city and metropolitan area in England and the United Kingdom, with roughly 1.1 million inhabitants within the city area and 4.3 million inhabitants within the metropolitan area. Birmingham is commonly referred to as the second city of the United Kingdom.