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Pauline Murray and the Invisible Girls

Pauline Murray and the Invisible Girls were due to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their seminal, eponymous album last year, but unfortunately lockdown meant the celebrations couldn’t go ahead. However, the party is officially back on, as the band have rescheduled their two exclusive shows: Sage Gateshead is now on the 30th October and Bush Hall London is on the 1st November.

These rare events will see Pauline Murray and the Invisible Girls play the album in full, as well as a selection of songs from Pauline’s three solo albums, including her October 2020 release, ‘Elemental’. Sage Gateshead will be a hometown gig for her, and may be your last chance to see the Invisible Girls album performed in its entirety – so don’t miss out!

Pauline first burst out onto the music scene with iconic first-wave punks, Penetration, before pop ensemble The Invisible Girls emerged in the 80s.

Get your tickets here: https://sagegateshead.com/whats-on/pauline-murray-2021/

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