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Chris Rea, New Theatre Oxford

Chris Rea will play a full European and UK tour in October, November and December 2017, to celebrate the release of his new album, Road Songs for Lovers.

Like all truly great artists, Chris Rea has followed his own unique artistic vision and a path that is his and his alone. Artist and painter, blues aficionado and self-confessed motoring nut, filmmaker and Italian-influenced classical music composer, eclectic and maverick are two terms that hardly come close to describing a man who has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide for just being himself. In 2017 Rea returns to what he’s best known for: an album of gorgeous rock ballads which showcases Rea’s unique voice and a songwriting skill at the top of his game.... Read more >>

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7.30 pm
Sat 09
DEC 2017
Chris Rea tickets
Chris Rea
New Theatre Oxford, Oxford
General Tickets
Tickets £50.15 - £65.15 plus £2.85 transaction fee*
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