Spandau Ballet are to perform in the UK for the first time since 2010 at the premiere of their documentary film 'Soul Boys of the Western World'.
Spandau Ballet are to perform in the UK for the first time in four years.
The 'Gold' hitmakers will reunite at London's Royal Albert Hall for the European premiere of their new documentary film 'Soul Boys of the Western World' on 30 September, and the screening will be followed by both a Q and A session and a live performance.
Lauren Laverne will host the Q and A, which will see the band joined by the film's director George Hencken to answer questions about the documentary.
The premiere will be beamed by satellite to cinemas across the UK and Ireland and marks the first time the group have appeared at the prestigious venue since 1983.
A soundtrack album to accompany the film will be released, and a new compilation, 'The Story - The Very Best of Spandau Ballet' - which includes three new tracks produced by Trevor Horn - comes out on 13 October.
Tickets for the premiere of 'Soul Boys of the Western World' go on sale tomorrow (19.08.14) at 9am.
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