After the success of The Bridge tour earlier in 2015, The Enid are about to embark on their most ambitious live production to date.
Their new tour announces the arrival of their latest studio album, ‘Dust’ and their new live show expands on visual theatrical flourishes that made The Bridge tour so successful.
We described it as “Provocative, dramatic and incredibly inspiring.”
Much more than a typical concert, their critically acclaimed live shows have been made in collaboration with the renowned illusionist Simon Drake, who also directed, among many others, Kate Bush’s Tour of Life.
The Enid’s forty year career has undergone several changes in personnel, but under the guidance of the group’s founder, Robert John Godfrey, their music has maintained its integrity and vitality. As such, they have gained a loyal, growing fan base, especially in the UK, Europe and the United States.
Their new album “Dust” expands the concepts introduced in the 2012 critically acclaimed Invicta, which has quickly taken its place alongside pioneering albums of the Enid such as In the Region of the Summer Stars, Aerie Faerie Nonsense and Something Wicked This Way Comes.
Performance dates for The Dust Tour
Milton Keynes – The Stables – Friday 30th October 2015
Brighton & Hove – The Old Market – Friday 20th November 2015
Newcastle – Northern Stage 2 – Saturday 23 January 2016
Birmingham – Crescent Theatre – Saturday 30 January 2016
Bury St Edmunds – The Apex – Friday 5 February 2016
St Helens – The Citadel – Saturday 13 February 2016
Leeds – Carriageworks Theatre – Friday 26 February 2016
Glasgow – CCA – Saturday 5 March 2016
Bristol – Redgrave Theatre – Friday 18 March 2016
London – Cadogan Hall – Saturday 2 April 2016