8th – Sydney. Factory Theatre
9th – Melbourne. Corner Hotel
10th – Brisbane. The Zoo
12th – Wellington. San Fran
13th – Auckland. Tuning Fork
“From Graham Crabb, PWEI:
Two weeks last Sunday, my world fell apart. My beloved partner of 13 years, Kanwal Symone Kaur Salwan, died suddenly and unexpectedly, aged 49. A virus turned to sepsis and in the space of four days, what we thought was flu had taken her life.
For me and our two wonderful children, our love for mummy Symone continues unabated. Writing to her daily, adding words, cards, photos, flowers and artefacts to her livingroom shrine, will hopefully get us through. An inspiration not only to us, but Symone was an unstoppable tour de force in the field of dementia; the charity she founded, the forget-me-not cafes she got up and running and the annual run, walk, push event, which we shall make sure continues.
Lucky to have known you. Blessed to have loved and had a family with you. RIP my love. X”
“As a result of this personal tragedy, all PWEI activity is on hold.
Please be patient whilst promoters Shiiine (UK) & Metropolis (Aus) work
through the changes and please respect Graham and his children’s
privacy at this desperately sad time.
TICKET HOLDERS PLEASE STAND BY WHILE METROPOLIS TOURING RESCHEDULE THE TOUR
England’s finest genre-blenders Pop Will Eat Itself aka PWEI return!
Playing “This Is the Day…This Is the Hour…This Is This!” (Can U Dig It?, Def Con One, Wise Up! Sucker) in full!
Plus hear an encore of classics – Ich Bin Ein Auslander, Everything’s Cool, Get the Girl! Kill the Baddies!, Their Law and heaps more!
“We try to be entertaining. Obviously we want it to sound good, but we’re not trying to present the fact that we’re proficient musicians, we’re not. It’s about entertainment, so if we run about the stage and bump into each other and somebody fluffs a note, it’s all part of the fun” – Crabb, on a PWEI live show
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