Bunnymen front man set for rare Worthing solo gig

Formed in Liverpool in 1978, Echo & the Bunnymen grew to become one of the UK’s most popular indie rock bands responsible for hit albums and singles such as The Cutter, Seven Seas, Bring on the Dancing Horses, The Killing Moon and Nothing Lasts Forever.

Iconic front man Ian McCulloch will be giving a rare solo performance at St Paul's Arts Centre, Worthing, on Saturday 21 March (7.30pm) and will feature stripped down versions of classic Bunnymen tracks as well as songs from his own solo catalogue.

McCulloch’s most recent album Holy Ghosts, a double-disc live album recorded at the magnificent Union Chapel featuring songs old and new, gives us a taster of what to expect for his upcoming show in Worthing.

This is a one-off chance to experience the sounds of a true icon of British indie music. More at www.bunnymen.com

Tickets are £19.80 from See Tickets

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