As part of a campaign to save grassroots venues...

Pet Shop Boys have lined up plans for a tiny London show.

The pandemic has shuttered live music venues across the land, leaving many in dire financial straits.

A campaign to save grassroots venues is underway, with a number of top artists getting involved.

As part of this scheme, Pet Shop Boys have lined up a show at North London venue Electric Ballroom.

The iconic pop duo are used to playing much larger spaces, and this is a once in a lifetime chance for fans.

Full details - including dates - will be announced shortly, when venues are able to open without social distancing.

Alongside this, KT Tunstall will hit PJ Molloys in Dunfermline - almost a hometown show for the Scottish singer - with Russell Watson and Passenger also organising tiny shows.

Entry will be via a prize draw, which is set to run for three weeks across September 14th to October 15th.

Entry is £5 and you can get involved HERE - winning fans gain two tickets.

Photo Credit: Pelle Crepin

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