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March 2021

Carry You, written by Tim for UPRIGHT and released by Missy Higgins, has been nominated in the Song of the Year category at the 2021 APRA Music Awards.

The APRA Music Awards celebrate excellence in contemporary music, honouring songwriters and publishers who have achieved artistic excellence and outstanding success in their fields.

Tim: “I am very pleased indeed that Carry You (as sung by the great Missy Higgins) has been nominated for APRA AMCOS APRA Song of the Year. It’s up against songs by Tame Impala, Amy Shark, Midnight Oil & Dan Sultan, Guy Sebastian, so I’ve got feck-all chance of winning… but YAY! Really thrilled actually, cos it’s peer voted and all. And am also excited cos on the awards night, another Aussie artist (I don’t know who – it’s a secret) will play a version of it live!”

You’ll find the full list of nominees for the 2021 APRA Music Awards here.

Playlists of the nominated songs can be streamed on YouTube Music, Spotify and Apple Music.

The 2021 APRA Music Awards take place on Wednesday 28th April at the International Convention Centre Grand Ballroom at Darling Harbour in Sydney. You’ll be able to watch rolling highlights on the night via the APRA AMCOS YouTube channel.

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Hey UK! In 2019 Tim’s long-awaited tour BACK sold out in record time, received rave audience reviews, critical acclaim and in Australia won the prestigious Helpmann Award for Best Australian Contemporary Concert.

This autumn Tim returns to the UK with encore performances of BACK. So, if you missed out last time or want to go back-to-BACK, this is your chance.

Again there will be Premium Charity Tickets. All of the income from those seats will go to Barnardo’s and Samaritans, the same two charities he supported in 2019. More details here.

Tickets are on general sale here: ticketmaster.co.uk/timminchinUK and from all venues.

Tickets go on sale for the two New! dates at 10am Friday 22nd October, 2021.

Tim Minchin – BACK Encore – UK 2021

ABERDEEN P&J Live – Sat 16th October
EDINBURGH Festival Theatre – Sun 17th October – Try venue for tickets.
YORK Barbican – Tue 19th October
DUNDEE Caird Hall – Wed 20th October
BIRMINGHAM Hippodrome – Sat 23rd Oct – Limited. Try venue for tickets.
BIRMINGHAM Hippodrome – Sun 24th Oct – Limited.Try venue for tickets.
BRIGHTON Centre – Mon 25th October – Low availability
BRIGHTON Centre – Tue 26th October
PORTSMOUTH Guildhall – Thur 28th October – Low availability
NEWCASTLE O2 City Hall – Sun 31st October – Low availability
NEWCASTLE O2 City Hall – Mon 1st November
LEEDS First Direct Arena – Tues 2nd November
HULL Bonus Arena – Wed 3rd November
MANCHESTER O2 Apollo – Sat 6th Nov – SOLD OUT
MANCHESTER O2 Apollo – Sun 7th November – Low availability
LONDON Eventim Apollo – Mon 8th November
LONDON Eventim Apollo – Tue 9th November
PORTSMOUTH Guildhall – Wed 10th November
LONDON Eventim Apollo – Thur 11th November – Low availability
NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena – Sun 14th November
MANCHESTER Apollo – Mon 15th November
LEICESTER De Montfort Hall – Wed 17th Nov – Low availability
IPSWICH Regent Theatre – Thur 18th Nov – SOLD OUT
BLACKPOOL Opera House – Sat 20th Nov – Low availability
STOCKTON Globe Theatre – Sun 21st November
STOCKTON Globe Theatre – Mon 22nd November
CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena – Wed 24th November
OXFORD New Theatre – Thur 25th November
PLYMOUTH Pavilions – Sat 27th November – Low availability
BOURNEMOUTH International Centre – Sun 28th November
LONDON Shepherd’s Bush Empire – Tue 30th November – New!
LONDON Shepherd’s Bush Empire – Wed 1st December – New!

“Even when you think you know what’s coming, Minchin retains a remarkable knack for staying ahead,
with verbal shimmies and tonal feints”
***** The i paper
“A triumphant comeback, a three-hour spectacular” The Guardian
“Spectacular […] A rare example of a long-awaited return that has been worth the long-await” **** The Times
“More music gig than stand-up set. Except that rock lyrics are never, ever this funny” **** Evening Standard
“Roof raising return”
**** The Sunday Telegraph


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