Flamboyant and charismatic, Martin Fry enjoyed worldwide success as the lead singer of 80s New Romantics ABC. Now he’s hitting the road this autumn, for his most intimate nationwide tour yet.
Performing the hit songs of his career from Poison Arrow to The Look Of Love, and from Be Near Me, to When Smokey Sings, Martin will also share his personal stories of more than four decades in the music industry.
Formed in Sheffield in 1980, ABC redefined glamour and cool with their distinctive debut album The Lexicon of Love, which fizzed with bright ideas, and achieved TransAtlantic success.
Martin harked back to a golden era of luxe, as though Cole Porter had been re-imagined among the narrow streets of Sheffield.
Little wonder his sleek, opulent, and beautiful debut album retains the affection of listeners four decades on. With good reason, it has stood the test of time.
ABC – An Intimate Evening With Martin Fry follows a sold-out tour of the UK, which included three sell-out nights at London Palladium, and coincides with the publication of his autobiography – That’s the look, that’s the look… The Look of Love.
Martin says: “I have been very lucky in my career to have played venues around the world from massive arenas in the States to Sheffield Town Hall in my hometown, where we marked 40 years of The Lexicon of Love. However, this tour really is something a bit different; an opportunity for stripped-back music and conversation with my fans. It will be really special, I can’t wait.”
The meet and greet ticket package comes with a pre-show meet’n’greet with Martin Fry, including a photograph and autograph, with best seats, and an exclusive ABC goody bag. Please arrive at 17.30 for a 17.45 start and 18.45 conclusion. Doors will open at 19.00 and the show starts at 19.30.
The VIP package comes with an exclusive ABC goody bag and seats at the front of the venue.
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