SAD CAFÉ play the Harpenden Eric Morecambe Centre on Saturday 12th February 2022 with support from Sunbirds.

Sad Cafe live

Regarded by many as one of the best live bands of the 80s, Sad Café are back. Original members Ian Wilson and bassist Des Tong are joined by long-time associate, singer/songwriter Sue Quin, the exciting vocal talent of Barry James Thomas and lead guitarist Dave Day along with multi-instrumentalist Neil Shaw-Hulme, keyboard player Matt Steele and drummer Bryan Hargreaves to once again perform their catalogue of great songs including the unforgettable Every Day Hurts, My Oh My, Strange Little Girl and many more. Support comes from Sunbirds. The man who once told us he loved us from the bottom of his pencil case, founder Beautiful South member Dave Hemingway returns with his new band.

Dates for the SAD CAFÉ February 2022 shows are:

Friday 4th February 2022 WHITBY – Pavilion Theatre

Saturday 5th February 2022 BIRMINGHAM – Asylum

Friday 11th February 2022 LONDON – Under The Bridge (Support from Sunbirds)

Saturday 12th February 2022 HARPENDEN – Eric Morecambe Centre (Support from Sunbirds)

Tickets available from –

Box Office No: 01472 349 222 (Open Monday to Friday between 9.00am-4.00pm)

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