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Four stripped back shows to feature songs from her recent album: 'Standing In The Doorway: Chrissie Hynde Sings Bob Dylan' which was recorded in lockdown by Chrissie and her Pretenders bandmate James Walbourne, almost entirely by text message. James would record an initial idea on his phone and send it off to Chrissie to add her vocal, before the tracks were mixed by Tchad Blake (U2, Arctic Monkeys, Fiona Apple). 

A companion film called 'Tomorrow Is A Long Time', which details the recording of the album, is also available via Sky Arts.

Special guests for all four shows will be The Rails, Kami Thompson (daughter of Richard and Linda) and James Walbourne (guitarist with The Pretenders) previous winners of Best New Artist at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. 

Buying Tickets - please read before booking

The shows will be socially distanced and fully compliant with up-to-date Scottish Government Covid safety guidelines. These guidelines may change closer to the event, so if you miss out on tickets in this first release, please keep an eye on social media and sign-up to our newsletter to be kept updated if/when more are released.

To ensure compliance to the guidelines, tickets are being sold in 'bubbles' of 2, 3 and 4 people. Whilst we have maximised the capacity for this event, there are limited amounts of each bubble available.

Seats are sold unallocated, but will be reserved for you, with our team working behind the scenes to ensure that all bubbles are seated in the best position possible. We will be in touch with you nearer the time to let you know where your bubble will be sitting. Please ensure when you book that we have your correct email address. 

If you've any specific access requirements for any member of your bubble please contact 

Over 14s only. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Matching ID to the purchaser's name must be presented on entry.

Presented by Regular Music


Chrissie Hynde & Co. Sing Bob Dylan and Other Songs