Win! Tickets to see Fish play live in Nottingham

Scottish singer, songwriter and ex-Marillion frontman Fish has announced a handful of UK shows for this year where he will play Marillion's 1985 chart-topping album Misplaced Childhood in full for the very last time, ahead of releasing his final-ever album later this year.

Wednesday, 23rd March 2016, 7:00 am
Former Marillion frontman Fish will bring his Farewell to Childhood tour to Nottingham in April

The Farewell to Childhood tour has six British dates this spring, including Nottingham’s Rock City on April 10.

And we have a pair of tickets to give away for the show.

The tour marks the 30th anniversary of Marillion’s career-defining, multi-platinum selling third album, which spawned the hit singles Kayleigh, Lavender and Heart Of Lothian

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Fish said: “I started to consider my future and I came to the decision it was time for a major change in my life.

“A plan was required that fulfilled all my needs and desires and gave me an exit strategy where I could have fun and give the fans of my music a celebration rather than a wake.”

“The first part of the plan begins this year with my last performances of Misplaced Childhood.

“It (the album) holds a lot of memories from a period that was very exciting and crammed with experiences both dark and magical.

“It was not only a breakthrough album for the band but also for me as an artist because I was finally discovering my own individual style as a lyricist and singer.

“To be performing it on its 30th anniversary has a lovely resonance.”

Tickets for his Rock City gig are £25 and available now on 08444 780898 or online at or

However, we have a pair of tickets to give away to the reader who can answer this question correctly: Which band was Fish the lead singer of?

Email your answer, together with your name, address, daytime contact number and email to [email protected]

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