On Tour: Emmy The Great

Having released her sophomore LP this year, Emma-Lee Moss – AKA Emmy The Great – will embark upon a 22-date excursion which includes a show at the London’s historic Cecil Sharp House in Camden and also at Oxford’s own Jericho Tavern.  Tickets are on sale now.

“The follow up to her equally critically acclaimed debut First Love, Virtue began as a series of stories Emmy embarked on after the disintegration of her engagement – her fiancé left her for the church. Drawing on symbols borrowed from fairy tales and mythology, she added the icons that have replaced them in our modern consciousness to create a record that’s made her feel like a person and that she hopes will speak to others who’ve endured and survived.”

The tour goes as follows:

SEPTEMBER
16 – COLCHESTER, Colchester Arts Centre
17 – LONDON, Cecil Sharp House
18 – NOTTINGHAM, Glee Club
19 – NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, The Cluny
20 – GLASGOW, Oran Mor
22 – ABERDEEN, The Lemon Tree
23 – EDINBURGH, Pleasance Theatre
24 – STOCKTON-ON-TEES, The Georgian Theatre
25 – LANCASTER, Lancaster Library
27 – NORWICH, Norwich Arts Centre
28 – OXFORD, The Jericho Tavern
29 – BRACKNELL, South Hill Park Arts Centre
30 – LEICESTER, Soundhouse

OCTOBER
2 –    PORTSMOUTH, Wedgewood Rooms
3 –    BRIGHTON, Duke Of York’s Picturehouse
4 –    BIRMINGHAM, Glee Club
6 –    WREXHAM, Central Station
7 –    LIVERPOOL, The Stanley Theatre
9 –    LEEDS, Brudenell Social Club
10 –  MANCHESTER, The Deaf Institute
11 –  BRISTOL, The Fleece
12 –  CAMBRIDGE, The Junction 2
13 – CARDIFF, The Globe