4 October, £14.50
Performing songs from her second album My Best Friend is You, Kate Nash brings her inimitable, candid take on life to the Pavilion. Whilst displaying a new-found maturity in her songwriting, her innate ability to confront issues close to the heart with brutal honesty and sparkling wit remains, and she is bigger and bolder than ever.
Corinne Bailey Rae
16 October, £19.50
Four years on from her number one debut album, having experienced the highs and lows of love and loss, Corinne Bailey Rae is back with the long awaited follow up The Sea. Her delivery, both on record and live, allows a unique beauty and wonder to radiate from the dark corners of explored themes such as love and loss.
6 November, £22-25 (£30 premium seating)
An intimate evening of songs and stories including pieces from Anderson’s acclaimed solo shows The Speed of Darkness, Happiness, The End of the Moon and Homeland. Featuring voice, electronics and violin, she will spin off-beat adventure tales with her characteristic wit and charisma.
13 November, £22.50
Critically acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer Marc Almond returns to the Pavilion for what will surely be a special experience. His success as both a solo artist and as part of British electro-duo Soft Cell, make him an important British musical icon.
10 December, £16
Activist, musician and all-round captivating performer Billy Bragg comes to the Pavilion as part of a UK tour. Deemed as one of England’s greatest songwriters, his individual style, combining elements of folk and punk, make him a respected and revered figure in the industry today.