Last month, we discussed how Peter Hook planned to hit the road for a rare spoken word tour. That’s still happening, don’t worry. However, in addition to this road trip, Hook intends to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Joy Division’s landmark debut, 1979’s Unknown Pleasures.
The event, being billed as “An Evening of Unknown Pleasures“, sees the former Joy Division bassist also celebrating the late frontman Ian Curtis. It all goes down May 18th, the same date Curtis took his own life, at Hook’s nightclub, FAC 51 in Manchester, UK. NME reports that Hook, “will be joined by a host of guests.” Who that alludes to is anyone’s guess, but regardless, this is one event not to be missed — especially if you’re in the area.
Tickets may be found here.
Peter Hook 2010 Tour Dates:
04/11 Birmingham, UK @ Glee Club
04/12 Bolton, UK @ Albert Hall
04/13 Worcester, UK @ Huntingdon Hall
04/15 Milton, UK @ Keynes Stables
04/18 Middlesbrough, UK @ Town Hall
04/20 Gateshead, UK @ The Sage
04/21 Durham, UK @ Gala
04/22 Burnley, UK @ Burnley Mechanics
04/25 Cardiff, UK @ Glee Club
04/26 Oxford, UK @ Oxford Academy
04/27 Wakefield, UK @ Theatre Royal
04/28 Gloucester, UK @ Guild Hall
04/29 Derby, UK @ Assembly Rooms
04/30 Norwich, UK @ UEA
05/01 Salford, UK @ The Lowry
05/02 Hull, UK @ Truck Theatre