8 Dec 2004
Silent Partners 
Silent Partners (featuring Dermo of Northside) embark on their biggest tour ever, The News of the World Tour 2005, starting 22 January in Oldham and finishing 16 February in Liverpool and including dates in Aberdeen, Leeds, Nottingham and Shetland. The tour schedule as it stands is as follows with more dates to be added.

January

Sat 22 - Castle, 38 Union St, Oldham [+ support + Stone Love DJs; Tel: 01706 882759]
Mon 24 - Adelphi, 89 De Grey St, Hull [+ support; Tel: 01482 348216]
Wed 26 - Carpe Diem, Calverley St, Leeds [+ Thewlis; Tel: 0113 2436264]
Thu 27 - Junktion 7, Nottingham [+ support]
Fri 28 - The Albert, Shrewsbury [+ support]

February

Tues 1 - De Bees, 17-19 Market Place, Winsford [+support; Tel: 01606 558596]
Thu 3 - T' Mesis Café Bar, Lloyd St (off Deansgate), Manchester [+ The Loungs + 3rd Dan + Inbred Quarter; *]
Fri 4 - Central Station, 15-17 Hill St, Wrexham [+ DJ Clint Boon + The Draft; Tel: 01978 311857
Sat 5 - Limelight, Crewe [+ support; *]
Fri 11 - Drummonds, 1 Belmont St, Aberdeen [+ support; Tel: 01224 619931]
Sat 12 - North Star, Harbour St, Lerwick, Shetland [+ support + DJ Alan McLeod; Tel: 0159 5693749]
Sun 13 - Mooney's Wake, Lerwick, Shetland [Acoustic Set; Tel: 0159 5693749]
Wed 16 - Magnet, Liverpool [+ support; *]

Tickets for gigs marked * available by asking on the Silent Partners Message Board.

www.silent-partners.info

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