The Best Last Minute Gigs this Week: 13th – 19th Nov 2018

Hinds // Tom Misch // Jess Glynn // Gary Numan // Seun Kuti // Culture Club

By Ben Brown | November 13th '18

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Hinds @ Manchester Academy 3 Tuesday 13th November With 17 shows in the UK this will be the band’s longest and largest UK tour to-date, including a visit to Manchester Academy this week. The tour looks set to prove the all-girl band as a force to be reckoned with and should be tremendous fun for all! Buy Tickets   Tom Misch @ O2 Apollo Wednesday 14th November Since releasing his debut album at the beginning of the year, Tom Misch's career has gone mental, with a ton of gigs, festivals and collaborations under his name already. There's still a few tickets flying around for his O2 Apollo gig but don't expect them to stay around for long. Buy Tickets   Jess Glynn @ Manchester Arena Saturday 17th November Since releasing her debut album 3 years ago, Jess Glynn has sold over 2 million copies and has had a range of hit singles flying up all over the place. Celebrated for her intimate yet universally appealing themes - expect plenty of die-hard fans at the Arena this Saturday. Buy Tickets   Gary Numan @ Bridgewater Hall Saturday 17th November 80's electronic music legend Gary Numan is coming to town this week and he will be bringing a full bloody orchestra with him. The Skaparis Orchestra will be tagging along, providing the backdrop for Numan's new album (and hopefully some of his older stuff too). Buy Tickets   Seun Kuti + Egypt80 @ Band on the Wall Saturday 17th November Seun Kuti, Nigerian musician is the youngest son of legendary afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti and continues his father's legacy heading up Egypt80 - his father's band and a gang at the forefront of that afrobeat sound. They'll be hitting up Band on the Wall this week for what promises to be a cracker. Buy Tickets   Culture Club @ Manchester Arena Sunday 18th November Boy George and the gang are back and whether they’re just doing to pay off their extortionate mortgage bills or they’re ‘doing it for the music’ – they’ve got enough hits and enough nostalgia to fill the whole Arena. Of course they’ll do Karma Chameleon, but if they don’t do ‘It’s A Miracle’ – riot. Buy Tickets