So she's going to be touring again..
Well, Katebush.com describe it as 'Live on Stage', it's the ticket agencies who've decided to refer to it as a tour. She always said she wouldn't tour again, this is a good compromise, a whole string of dates in one large venue, allowing people to travel, maybe stop over, and make a bigger event of it. Oddly enough, people are quite prepared to travel large distances to see a favourite artist; last year Goldfrapp played the Trinity in Bristol, an 800 capacity venue, as a warm-up to their Somerset House and Manchester orchestra gigs. There was a bloke in the queue who'd driven from Harwich to Bristol, just for the gig, and was driving straight back home again. I've been at others in Bristol where people have driven down from Liverpool, even come across from the continent.
Which reminds me, Goldfrapp did a concert in Manchester with a full orchestra, but that's the only one they did: what about the rest of the UK, huh?
It's no different to travelling to London for a musical or opera, nobody seems to worry because Turandot or Les Mis aren't doing a fifty-date tour of the UK.
It's possibly that Kate might do a similar thing at other venues in the UK, but I wouldn't place a bet on it; nobody ever expected her to even do one concert a year ago, let alone fifteen!