Toyah announces Brighton concert

Posted On 22 Feb 2022 at 8:42 pm

Toyah live at The Factory Live, Worthing 29.7.21 (pic Ian Bourn Photography) (click pic to enlarge)

Local concert promoters Black Rabbit Productions have announced that they will be bringing 80’s pop star Toyah to the Concorde 2 on Friday 7th October 2022 in celebration of her ‘Anthem 40+1 Anniversary Tour’. Purchase your tickets HERE.

Following her 2021 Top 25 charting album ‘Posh Pop’ and over 80 million worldwide YouTube views for her weekly Sunday Lunch videos with Robert Fripp, national music legend and true icon Toyah is back on tour.

Limited edition picture disc version of Toyah’s ‘Anthem’ album (click pic to enlarge)

This special tour celebrates 40 years of the iconic, acclaimed and Gold-certified selling album ‘Anthem’. Originally released May 1981, the album contains the smash hit singles ‘I Want To Be Free’ and ‘It’s A Mystery’, alongside bonafide classics such as ‘We Are’ and ‘Obsolete’ that have stood the test of time to this very day. Spending 46 weeks in the charts, ‘Anthem’ became one of the most-loved LPs of the 1980s.

Concorde 2 will host the Toyah concert (pic Julia Do Om) (click pic to enlarge)

To celebrate its 40+1 anniversary, an extended selection from ‘Anthem’ will be performed by Toyah and her band alongside her other greatest hits and classics.

Toyah’s career spans 43 years, 30 albums, over 25 feature films, countless TV and theatre roles, TV presenting and two books. Never one to stand still or stop creating, Toyah has inspired generations since the late 1970s to be expressive, individual and colourful.

Further information on Toyah can be found at

Katy Smith from SLANT live at The Prince Albert, Brighton 25.10.21 (pic Sara-Louise Bowrey) (click pic to enlarge)

Support will come from local band Slant who are Katy Smith (vocals), Frankie Stanley (vocals), Aurora Bennett (drums), Jamie Broughton (Fender guitar) and James Virtue (Fender bass). Check them out HERE.

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