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Rupi Kaur confirms 2022 UK tour dates: how to get tickets

Rupi Kaur confirms 2022 UK tour dates: how to get tickets

The internationally renowned poet and illustrator will head to Edinburgh, London, Manchester and more this September

Canadian poet Rupi Kaur has announced UK tour dates for her 2022 World Tour. Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday 29 April.

The best-selling author is set to hit stages around the world with a new spoken word poetry experience. Using original score and projections, she immerses audiences in a captivating journey of loss, love, growth, mental health, community, friendship and strength.

On Friday 9 September she will bring An Evening With Rupi to Queens Hall in Edinburgh, before heading to Glasgow's Old Fruitmarket on Monday 12 September. From there she heads to Cambridge, Brighton, Birmingham, London and Manchester. See a full list of tour dates and venues below.

Her latest collection of poetry is 2020 release Home Body, her third set of poems since 2014's hugely successful Milk And Honey and sophomore publication The Sun And Her Flowers.

Home Body offers a raw and honest reflection on the past, the present and the potential of the self. It comes with original illustrations by the author and themes of nature, nurture, light and dark.

Rupi Kaur 2022 UK tour dates:
Friday 9 September – Queens Hall, Edinburgh
Monday 12 September – Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow
Friday 16 September – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
Sunday 18 September – Royal Theatre, Brighton
Tuesday 20 September – Town Hall, Birmingham
Thursday 22 September – Barbican Concert Hall, London
Monday 26 September – Albert Hall, Manchester

Tickets for Rupi Kaur go on sale at 10am on Friday 29 April.

Rupi Kaur

A truly formidable creative force, Rupi Kaur is an international phenomenon who single handedly revived the poetry genre. As a 21-year-old university student Rupi wrote, illustrated, and self-published her first poetry collection, ‘milk and honey’. Next came its artistic sibling, ‘the sun and her flowers’. These…