By Matthew McKew
Monday, January 20, 2014
POP sensation Adam Ant has been forced to cancel his Isle of Wight show at Shanklin Theatre on March 29.
The popular singer, who became famous in the eighties for his outlandish dress sense and hits such as Prince Charming and Ant Music, has cancelled a number of shows due to what his management say are logistical reasons.
A spokesperson said: "Adam sincerely apologises for the unavoidable cancellations."
Those who have already bought tickets can contact the Shanklin Theatre Box Office for a full refund.
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by TED PARKER
22nd January 2014, at 19:51:27
Well that settled that.............point proven.
by steven meakin
22nd January 2014, at 17:43:50
Yeah talking of breeding you sound like a couple of f######
22nd January 2014, at 14:41:40
by T Rollingsworth
22nd January 2014, at 12:57:09
Ted, I prefer to think of it as "adding more variety into the gene pool"
22nd January 2014, at 11:41:43
....to educate you Mr.Meakin.
by Anthony Wood
21st January 2014, at 22:58:55
It was on course for a sell out at Shanklin Theatre (615 seats).
21st January 2014, at 21:40:13
If islanders are so backward why do you live here ?
21st January 2014, at 16:00:51
Let's face it, backward Islanders are more likely to want to see an Adam Ant TRIBUTE BAND !
by Russell Palin
21st January 2014, at 08:02:34
Adam Ant used to date a friend of mine in the early 80's, he used to turn up in a limo and whisk her away to posh night clubs and restaurants.He was quite a friendly guy. We were all starstruck by the limo and security of course, LOL.
by Graeme Egerton
20th January 2014, at 21:36:12
Well, he's still making a living from a successful career in which he sold millions of records, won both a BRIT award and an Ivor Novello, as well as being nominated for a Grammy and also apparently dated Amanda Donohoe, Jamie Lee Curtis and Heather Graham, despite having Bipolar Disorder. I don't think that's too bad really?
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