Alice Cooper’s shows not only rock, they have astounded, shocked and even terrified those in the front row… however, Alice Cooper’s Theatre of Death Tour, which comes to 10 UK cities in November and December, is set to surpass all previous spectaculars.
Featuring many of Cooper’s massive hits including School’s Out and Poison plus newer material from his 2008 "Along Came A Spider" album, “Alice Cooper’s Theatre of Death” is a very different show than any that has gone before. Always expect the unexpected from the unpredictable Alice Cooper…
This time the King of Shock Rock has specifically chosen to stage this more visual UK tour, in smaller more theatrical venues for the first time in many years, in order to offer fans a closer look at the gruesome action.
Of his latest tour, Alice says, "I ALWAYS prefer to play theatres because it makes the theatrics of our show so much more intense. ††With this being a new show, with things we've never done before, we're proving that Alice is totally indestructible. It's still pure rock 'n’ roll of course. The great thing is that England always gets our shows better than anyone else."
The band features long time Alice Cooper regulars Damon Johnson and Keri Kelli, guitars; Chuck Garric, bass and Jimmy deGrasso, drums.
Support for the tour will be Man-Raze, who are Def Leppard’s Phil Collen (vocals, guitar); Paul Cook (drums), founder of The Sex Pistols one of the most influential bands of all time and Simon Laffy (bass) who was a member of Collen’s pre-Leppard outfit, Girl.
Full tour details:-
Tues 24th Nov Manchester Apollo
Wed 25th Nov Glasgow Clyde Auditorium
Fri 27th Nov Newcastle City Hall
Sat 28th Nov Sheffield City Hall
Sun 29th Nov Swindon Oasis
Tue 1st Dec Wolverhampton Civic Hall
Wed 2nd Dec Plymouth Pavilions
Fri 4th Dec Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Sat 5th Dec Brighton Centre
Sun 6th Dec London HMV Hammersmith Apollo