Marc Almond is best known as one-half of the 80's synth-pop duo "Soft Cell", who scored a massive hit with "Tainted Love", but for this special Meltdown show, Almond will be presenting a rare live performance of Marc and The Mambas' groundbreaking 1983 release "Torment and Toreros".
The Royal Festival Hall is one of the world’s great concert halls, consisting of an auditorium, the Clore Ballroom, and several fine places to eat and drink along the river.
pamHMRC – “I must say that the Royal Festival Hall is not my favourite venue in London, because there is no atmosphere in the room. When I go to the Royal Albert Hall there is more atmosphere simply because of how beautiful the hall look… more”
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