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The Residents - 50th Anniversary Tour

Tuesday 31st January 2023

Union Chapel, London

Doors at 19:30

The Residents - 50th Anniversary Tour

Wednesday 1st February 2023

St Georges Bristol, Bristol

Doors at 19:30

The Residents - 50th Anniversary Tour

Thursday 2nd February 2023

Boiler Shop, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Doors at 19:30

The Residents - 50th Anniversary Tour

Saturday 4th February 2023 - Saturday 12th February 2022

Leeds Irish Centre, Leeds

Doors at 19:30

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The Residents are pleased to announce their 50th Anniversary ‘Dog Stab!' tour focusing on the band’s iconic DUCK STAB! album alongside songs from the group’s latest album ‘Metal Meat and Bone’. This most elusive of bands will perform material from their classic period and gloriously celebrate their odd and improbable FIFTY years of existence. Always unpredictable, the group will also feature a few unexpected surprises in this curious and unique carnival of chaos. Presented by Dictionary Pudding Promotions.

The Residents fan reviews (3) 4.7

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Moooo

I still don't know what I saw yesterday or whether I liked it. It sounded good. I was surrounded by tall people and imbeciles with mobile phones. Some people even watched what they had filmed, while the gig was still happening. Maybe The Residents will do a concept album about that one day.

Posted anonymously on 06/02/2019

The Residents, Gorilla, Manchester - 5th February 2019

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Residents - yes really!

Fantastic gig Funny Irreverant Moving and brilliantly accomplished musically I wasn't sure but now I am

Posted by BC on 06/02/2019

The Residents, Gorilla, Manchester - 5th February 2019

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Welcome to the Residents world

Imagine the crows from Dumbo fronted by Hugh Heffer (not Hefner) performing a ghostly story of the old West all set in a non conformist church with the pulpit as a centre piece with interventions from such noted figures as Richard Nixon and Mother Theresa describing a dream they've had. The singing is not sufficiently coherent at times to follow the story but then it never is in dreams and its best to experience rather than understand

Posted by Ian T on 05/02/2019

The Residents, Union Chapel, London - 4th February 2019

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