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Soft Cell singer Marc Almond playing Ipswich Regent

11:35 05 November 2014

Marc Almond, returning to Ipswich next year

Marc Almond, returning to Ipswich next year

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Following hot on the heels of much-awaited new album The Velvet Trail next year, Marc Almond is coming to Ipswich.

The singer and performer, currently touring with Jools Holland who was at the Regent on Sunday, returns to the theatre on April 18.

Almond will perform a mix of old and new material.

The Velvet Trail is out March 2 and his latest tour also includes a stop at Cambridge Corn Exchange on April 20.

Tickets go on sale 10am, Friday, November 14.

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