The Wytches announce UK tour + special series of album launch performances

The Wytches

We are so excited to say that The Wytches have announced their biggest headline tour to date, which kicks off in October in Sheffield and takes them around the country before a brief stop where they head to the US for their first headline tour stateside. Check out the series of dates below on the ever zany and brilliant artwork by the band’s artist in residence, Samuel Gull:


Tickets for the UK tour go onsale on Friday 16th August at 9am. Find tickets here


Better still, the band have announced an evening of special live performances to celebrate the release of their debut album ‘Annabel Dream Reader’ on the evening of its release (Monday 25th August).

The band will start with an acoustic set at the Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret in London Bridge (the oldest operating theatre in Europe, no less). This will be followed by a plugged in set just a five-minute walk away at Bermondsey’s Village Hall.  The night will end with the band playing a headline show at Bleach in their hometown, Brighton.

Above: Europe’s oldest operating theatre will be treated to an acoustic set from The Wytches


There will only be 40 — we repeat, 40! — tickets available for the theatre and village hall performances.

For a chance to buy one of these limited tickets, sign up to the band’s mailing list here and keep an eye out for their mailout on Tuesday 19th containing details

The ticket will gain you entry to all three shows and you’ll receive a limited edition ticket designed by Samuel Gull. There will be additional tickets on sale for the gig at Bleach here

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