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Frank Turner Fan Reviews (11) 5.0
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"Great one man show"
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Frank Turner, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury - 14th March 2020

Frank was on form great banter and one to one with the crowd - Frank can work a crowd and make it feel special

Posted by Ian Short on 15/03/2020

"Brilliant and excellent support too"
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Frank Turner , Bath Forum, Bath - 13th March 2020

Had a brilliant time at the Bath forum last night seeing Frank Turner and his two fabulous support acts. Frank was fabulous as usual really enjoyed it.

Posted by Millie on 14/03/2020

"Amazing gig"
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Frank Turner , Croydon Fairfield Halls - The Recreational , Croydon - 6th March 2020

Great gig and great venue, Frank was incredible as always but the support acts were also amazing (Jess Guise and Micha Schnable). Venue was really clean and light, plenty of space and staff were all really lovely!

Posted by Annabel C on 09/03/2020

"Awsome"
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Frank Turner, The Gliderdrome, Boston - 7th March 2020

Fantastic show great venue, Frank Turner was outstanding along with some great support

Posted by Samantha and ian on 08/03/2020

"Amazing performance as always"
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Frank Turner, The Gliderdrome, Boston - 7th March 2020

Amazing gig. He never fails to engage the audience and always seems so humbled by the audience enjoying his music

Posted by Jools on 08/03/2020

Modern folk great Frank Turner rose out of the post hardcore band Million Dead to become a major solo artist.

Fans will be thrilled to hear that he has just announced an extensive tour which includes exciting upcoming headline dates at Leas Cliff Hall in Folkestone, Brighton Dome, Croydon Fairfield Halls, The Gliderdrome at Boston, York Barbican, The Empire in Middlesbrough, Bath Forum, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, Cliffs Pavilion at Southend on Sea, Norwich Waterfront, Lemon Grove Exeter, Olympia in Liverpool and Rock City in Nottingham during March 2020.

Artist Bio

Frank Turner is aware of the passage of time, of the influence of days that drag and months that gallop can exert on what he would probably never dream of calling his body of work. After all, it has been a number of years now since the hardcore troubadour transformed himself from The Boy Who Surely Could Not, to The Man That Did; it has been years now that his name has appeared in the largest type on ticket stubs that permit entry to such venues as Wembley Arena, or the Royal Albert Hall; just as it has been years since the sound of his voice projecting itself from a digital radio was anything like a surprise, let alone a novelty.

Naturally, such upward mobility provides reasons to be cheerful, and in ways that it would be lazy to term predictable. But at the same time, the mindful songwriter will take heed: for in order to gain a foothold one can subconsciously lose an edge.

So when the time came, in the latter months of 2014, to record a new studio album, Frank took stock of his latest batch of constantly-evolving, keenly-observed vignettes and wondered, ‘What now?’

“This is my sixth album, which isn’t an inherently exciting album number, in and of itself,” he says. “Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about debut albums. When a band makes a debut record, they essentially roll into the studio and play through their extant live set. There’s freshness, an excitement to it that bands often lose as time goes by. I wanted to try and make a record that had that young, exciting feel, full of piss and vinegar. This also tied in with the fact that to date I don’t feel like I’ve made an album that captures the live experience of seeing me and the Sleeping Souls do what we do best. So I had it in my head to make a record quickly, having worked on the songs for a long time beforehand in a live setting.”

Frank Turner is the author of five previous albums; they are Sleep Is For The Week, Love, Ire and Song, Poetry Of The Deed, England Keep My Bones and Tape Deck Heart. A Wessex Boy by inclination, these days his post is delivered to Holloway, North London.

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