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- Aug 20Aug20Find ticketsThe Buttermarket - Shropshire Cast Aug 20 19:00Fri 19:00The Buttermarket - ShropshireCast
- Aug 26Aug26Find ticketsThe Picturedrome - West Yorkshire Cast Aug 26 19:30Thu 19:30The Picturedrome - West YorkshireCast
- Aug 27Aug27Find ticketsPyramid and Parr Hall - Warrington Cast Aug 27 19:30Fri 19:30Pyramid and Parr Hall - WarringtonCast
- Jan 13 2022Jan132022Thu 19:00O2 Academy Oxford - OxfordCAST playing All Change & a Greatest Hits SetLimited AvailabilityFind ticketsO2 Academy Oxford - Oxford CAST playing All Change & a Greatest Hits Set Jan 13 2022 19:00Find ticketsO2 Academy Oxford - Oxford CAST playing All Change & a Greatest Hits Set Jan 13 2022 19:00
- Jan 14 2022Jan142022Find ticketsO2 Academy Liverpool - Liverpool Cast Jan 14 2022 19:00Fri 19:00O2 Academy Liverpool - LiverpoolCastLow Availability
- Jan 15 2022Jan152022Find ticketsO2 Institute Birmingham - Birmingham Cast Jan 15 2022 19:00Sat 19:00O2 Institute Birmingham - BirminghamCast
- Jan 16 2022Jan162022Sun 19:00O2 Academy Leicester - LeicesterCAST playing All Change & a Greatest Hits SetFind ticketsO2 Academy Leicester - Leicester CAST playing All Change & a Greatest Hits Set Jan 16 2022 19:00Find ticketsO2 Academy Leicester - Leicester CAST playing All Change & a Greatest Hits Set Jan 16 2022 19:00
- Jan 21 2022Jan212022Fri 18:30O2 Ritz Manchester - ManchesterCast ..... Playing All Change and a Greatest Hits SetFind ticketsO2 Ritz Manchester - Manchester Cast ..... Playing All Change and a Greatest Hits Set Jan 21 2022 18:30Find ticketsO2 Ritz Manchester - Manchester Cast ..... Playing All Change and a Greatest Hits Set Jan 21 2022 18:30
- Jan 22 2022Jan222022Find ticketsO2 Academy Leeds - Leeds Cast Jan 22 2022 18:00Sat 18:00O2 Academy Leeds - LeedsCast
- Jan 23 2022Jan232022Sun 18:30O2 City Hall, Newcastle - Newcastle Upon TyneCast - Playing 'all Change' & a Greatest Hits SetFind ticketsO2 City Hall, Newcastle - Newcastle Upon Tyne Cast - Playing 'all Change' & a Greatest Hits Set Jan 23 2022 18:30Find ticketsO2 City Hall, Newcastle - Newcastle Upon Tyne Cast - Playing 'all Change' & a Greatest Hits Set Jan 23 2022 18:30
- Jan 29 2022Jan292022Sat 19:00O2 Shepherds Bush Empire - LondonCast - Playing All Change and a Greatest Hits SetFind ticketsO2 Shepherds Bush Empire - London Cast - Playing All Change and a Greatest Hits Set Jan 29 2022 19:00Find ticketsO2 Shepherds Bush Empire - London Cast - Playing All Change and a Greatest Hits Set Jan 29 2022 19:00
- Jan 30 2022Jan302022Sun 19:30Waterfront - NorwichCast ÂAll Changeâ 25th Anniversary TourOn partner siteFind ticketsWaterfront - Norwich Cast ÂAll Changeâ 25th Anniversary Tour Jan 30 2022 19:30Find ticketsWaterfront - Norwich Cast ÂAll Changeâ 25th Anniversary Tour Jan 30 2022 19:30 On partner siteOn partner site
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- Dec 25 2020Dec252020Find ticketsThe Academy - Dublin, Ireland Shed Seven Dec 25 2020 19:00Fri 19:00The Academy - Dublin, IrelandShed Seven
Part of Liverpool’s incredible musical heritage, rock band Cast were formed in the city in 1993. Founded by John Power, the former bassist with The La's, and Peter Wilkinson, Cast were a major part of the Britpop movement of the 1990s alongside bands such as Blur and Pulp. In 1994, Power and Wilkinson first performed as Cast with Liam Tyson and Keith O’Neill, and this was swiftly followed by a number of profile-raising performance slots supporting acts such as Oasis and Elvis Costello. As a result, the band were signed by Polydor the same year.
Cast’s first two singles, Finetime and Alright, were perfect representations of the band’s tuneful, optimistic and melodic sound. Both singles entered the UK top 20 and a debut album, All Change, was a top 10 hit for the band. Overseen by The Stones Roses producer John Leckie, the 1995 album featured five top 10 singles in total, and went on to become a record breaker for Cast’s label Polydor.
In 1997, follow-up album Mother Nature Calls was released and immediately became a top five hit for the band. Going on to become a million seller, the album remained in the UK top 40 for a remarkable six months, cementing Cast’s reputation as one of the biggest bands of the 90s. Providing the Scouse super-group with four more top 20 singles, the album’s upbeat rock sound was welcomed by established fans and newcomers alike. Under the guidance of Gil Norton, ex-Pixies producer, there was a notable change in direction in the lead single from their third album, Magic Hour. Top 10 hit Beat Mama signalled that although the height of Britpop was over, Cast were able to move with the times.
Following the release of the fourth album, Beetroot, the band decided to take a break and focus on individual projects. Power went on to release a number of solo albums in addition to reuniting with The La's for an appearance at the 2005 V Festival. Wilson recorded and played with Echo and the Bunnymen. O’Neill became involved in the management side of the industry, working with acts such as Art Garfunkel and Foals. Tyson recorded and wrote with Robert Plant. To the delight of their fans, Cast reunited in 2010 to celebrate the 15th anniversary of debut album All Change.