Following on from the huge success of her 2022 Kitchen Disco Tour in which she brought her lockdown online sensation from her kitchen to sold-out stages across the country, Sophie Ellis-Bextor has announced a very special Christmas Kitchen Disco tour for 2023.
The 2023 tour, which kicks off in Bexhill, before heading all around the country including a date at the London Eventim Apollo, will feature hits from throughout Sophie’s career, as well as some very festive classics, all in Sophie’s own seasonal disco style.
Earlier this year, Sophie brought her Instagram phenomenon to the stage for the first time to huge success, including a sold-out finale at the London Palladium.
The Arts Desk commented that Sophie’s Kitchen Disco live show ‘… truly felt like you were dancing your cares away with some friends’ whilst the Mail on Sunday called it ‘warm and relatable’. The Daily Telegraph proclaimed that it was “An unabashedly feelgood echo of lockdown”.
The London Palladium show has also recently been released as a 24-track live album: ‘Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s Kitchen Disco: Live at the London Palladium’. The setlist featured disco classics such as, ‘All Night Long’ and‘Dancing Queen’, as well as Sophie’s own floor-filling hits including ‘Murder on the Dancefloor’, ‘Groovejet (If This Ain’t Love)’, ‘Take Me Home (A Girl Like Me)’, and her most recent Radio 2 A-listed single, ‘Hypnotized’ featuring Wuh Oh.
In addition to Sophie’s Christmas Kitchen Disco UK Tour for 2023 comes the news that Sophie will also be releasing her seventh studio album in 2023. Fans who pre-order the limited edition first come first served Signed CD format from the Official Store will get exclusive pre-sale access to tickets from the 5th December.
Pre-order the Exclusive Signed CD for exclusive pre-sale access to tickets HERE
Thur 23 Nov: Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
Fri 24 Nov: Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Sun 26 Nov: Newcastle City Hall
Mon 27 Nov: Manchester Bridgewater Hall
Wed 29 Nov: Cambridge Corn Exchange
Thu 30 Nov: Ipswich Regent Theatre
Sat 2 Dec: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Sun 3 Dec: Sheffield City Hall
Tue 5 Dec: London Eventim Apollo
Wed 6 Dec: Portsmouth Guildhall
Thu 7 Dec: Guildford G Live
Sat 9 Dec: Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Sun 10 Dec: York Barbican
Tue 12 Dec: Cardiff St David’s Hall
Thu 14 Dec: Birmingham Symphony Hall