Bernie Nolan says the band's Farewell Tour will be ''bigger and better'' than any other they have previously performed.
The Nolans' farewell tour will be ''bigger and better'' than any other.
Singer-turned-actress Bernie Nolan explained how the sisters' final concerts will include a personal review of their entire career.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, she said: ''This is going to be slightly different, this tour. Because it's our farewell tour and it's our last one we're going to show some film footage about our lives and when we were kids and do a sort of'our life' thing.
''But still with dancers, live bands and lots of big anthems. It's going to be a fun night out.
''We're going to do more of our hit singles because people were a bit annoyed last time, as we only did a lot of our hits as part of a medley, but now we're going to do more of them in full.''
Bernie - who is joined in the Irish group by sisters Coleen, Maureen and Linda - also said while she can't wait for the tour to kick off, there is a lot of pressure on her to deliver.
She added: ''Obviously it's nerve racking - will it be as good? Will people come? Because so many drove last time - which amazed me - and said that they're going to come next time and bring their friends so hopefully it will be bigger and better this time.''
Bernie, kept her lips sealed when asked if there would be any special guests, only adding ''that would be telling, wouldn't it?''
The Nolan's farewell tour kicks off in Nottingham on October 15. Tickets go on sale on Friday (28.09.12) and are available from www.ticketline.co.uk for more information visit www.nolansisters.com
The Nolans' Farewell Tour dates:
Feb 15, Nottingham Royal Centre
Feb 16, York Barbican
Feb 17, Manchester Apollo
Feb 19, Sheffield City Hall
Feb 20, Newcastle City Hall
Feb 22, Bristol Colston Hall
Feb 25, Plymouth Pavilions
Feb 27, Bournemouth BIC
Mar 01, Blackpool Opera House
Mar 02, Llandudno Venue Cymru
Mar 04, Leicester De Montfort Hall
Mar 05, Ipswich Regents Theatre
Mar 06, Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Mar 08, London Wembley Arena
Mar 09, Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Mar 10, Brighton Centre
Mar 12, Birmingham NIA
Mar 13, Glasgow Clyde Auditorium
Mar 14, Liverpool Echo Arena
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