Deaf Havana have announced a unique London headline show on November 08.
It'll be part of their November UK tour - in collaboration with War Child - at the historic Alexandra Palace Theatre.
Oh... and they'll be performing two sets, with an interval in the middle!
“I recently discovered Ally Pally Theatre after seeing Liam Gallagher perform a launch show there," commented frontman James Veck-Gilodi on the venue, "and was blown away by London’s oldest ‘new’ theatre."
"It retains the original feel and all the features of the original structure from 1875. Fans are in for a real treat. We’ll be splitting the evening into two sets, and have much more in store, to be announced closer to the date (when we figure out what exactly we’re doing ha ha!).”
"On this tour we’ll be teaming up with War Child to help support them and bring awareness to the essential work they do. War Child is such an amazing charity and helps children all over the world that are affected by conflict and war. We’re so happy to once again be able to give something back to this incredible organisation."
One pound from every ticket sold on the tour goes to War Child to protect, educate and stand up for the rights of children caught up in war. The full tour now looks like this:
06 - BRIGHTON Concorde 2
07 - OXFORD Academy
08 - LONDON Alexandra Palace Theatre
09 - WOLVERHAMPTON
11 - BOURNEMOUTH Old Fire Station
12 - NORTHAMPTON Roadmender
13 - LEEDS Stylus
Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday September 13 at 10am.