Robbie Williams To Make Live Return

Robbie Williams will make his full UK live return next month.

The 'Bodies' singer will perform his first British concert in three years at London's Roundhouse on October 20 as part of the BBC's Electric Proms series of concerts.

During his set, which will see the former Take That star backed by a full band and a string and horn section, Robbie plans to showcase new tracks from his forthcoming album 'Reality Killed The Video Star'.

The show will be produced by Trevor Horn, who worked with Robbie on the record.

Robbie said: "I'm looking forward to playing my new songs, working with Trevor Horn again and seeing how people react to what I've been doing."

Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning (23.09.09) at 8am, priced £25.

Also appearing at this year's Electric Proms are Dizzee Rascal, Doves, Magazine, Florence and The Machine, Metronomy and Smokey Robinson.

Robbie's show will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 1.


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