Lexicon of Love orchestral tourAhead of their Sky Arts concert airing this Friday and to celebrate 15 years performing their debut album The Lexicon Of Love album in its entirety, ABC have announced a full UK orchestral tour for February 2024 including a date at London Palladium.

The Lexicon Of Love went straight to No.1 upon its release in 1982, spawning such singles as Poison Arrow, The Look Of Love, Tears Are Not Enough and All Of My Heart. 

The Lexicon Of Love Orchestra tour first came to fruition in 2009 from a one off show At The Royal Albert Hall with frontman Martin Fry once again donning his iconic gold lame suit. It sees Martin joined by Southbank Sinfonia and longtime collaborator Anne Dudley as conductor. 

Tickets go on sale Friday 14th July at 10am via www.gigsandtours.com and www.ticketmaster.co.uk. VIP Packages are also available.

In June 2022 ABC toured The Lexicon Of Love with the full symphonic Orchestra to celebrate 40 years since its original release. The magic was captured at their hometown gig in Sheffield for the release ‘The Lexicon of Love Live’ which is available now in the following formats on Live Here Now Records:  2 x CD / 3 x sparkly purple Vinyl and as a collector’s edition book and 3 CD.

Further 40th anniversary celebrations continue with a very special reissue to be released on 4 August. The 4LP and Blu-ray box is available to pre-order now from here.

The 4LP/Blu-ray celebratory edition, overseen by Martin Fry, contains the half-speed Abbey Road remaster by Miles Showell and a further three records putting material on vinyl for the first time including the album performed live at Hammersmith Odeon in 1982 and a premiere commercial release of the ‘Special Remix’ of The Look Of Love.

Additionally, on Friday 14th July at 10pm, Sky Arts be showing a very special concert filmed last year for Greatest Albums Live. Watch via Freeview Channel 11, Sky Channel 130 and Now TV.  


Monday 05    Brighton Dome

Tuesday 06   Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

Thursday 08    Sheffield City Hall

Friday 09        Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Saturday 10  Gateshead Sage

Monday 12    Birmingham Symphony Hall

Tuesday 13   Bath Forum

Thursday 15    Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Friday 16        Manchester Bridgewater Hall

Saturday 17  London Palladium



Friday 14th July At 10am

www.gigsandtours.com and www.ticketmaster.co.uk.