Space News Archive
Space Headliners at Liverpool Calling
New Album Out Now
The Space 20th Anniversary Tour has ended, but check back for further dates soon!
First Tour Dates
Space have announced the first dates from their 20th Anniversary Tour in October as well as several festival appearances during the summer. See the tour dates page for all the details.
Space are looking forward to a busy 2013 with an 11 date tour in March/April as well as several festival appearances during the summer. See the tour dates page for details.
Updated Tour Dates
Space have two remaining live dates in 2012. Other tour dates have been postponed to coincide with the album launch next year. See the tour dates page for details.
Tour Tickets Available Now
Space will be playing across the UK in October/November with 12 live dates confirmed so far. These are London, Sheffield, Hull, York, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Oxford, Manchester, Leeds, Herne Bay and of course Liverpool. A new album 'Attack of the Mutant 50ft Kebab' is also planned this year.
Watch our HD video footage of the gig at the O2 Academy Liverpool on 22nd December 2011.
New Live Dates
Space will be performing live on the 28th April at the Tivoli in Buckley, North Wales. They're also playing in Liverpool on Saturday 19th May as part of the Sound City Festival.
Space look forward to 2012
After six years away Space performed a reunion show at the O2 Academy Liverpool on Thursday 22nd December 2011. Watch video footage.
A new album 'Attack of the Mutant 50ft Kebab' and tour are planned for the first half of 2012.
Space back together!
HUGE SPACE NEWS! After six years 'on-hold', Space are reforming for a show in their home town of Liverpool on Thursday 22nd December 2011.
The line-up will feature original band members Tommy Scott (vocals/guitar), Jamie Murphy (vocals/guitar) and Franny Griffiths (keyboards). Also includes Phil Hartley (bass), Ryan Clarke (vintage keys) and drummer Allan Jones.
Tickets Sold Out
Read the full press release.
It's official - Space is on-hold. Following years of troubles with record labels and a lukewarm reception to their latest material it seems that, for the time being at least, the band members have decided to go their seperate ways.
So what are the guys up to now? They're keeping busy, that's for sure! Tommy and Leon are in a punk band called The Drellas, Franny is doing R&B under the name Subway Showdown and Yorkie is producing for The Shack.
Will Space return? With these guys you can't rule anything out. All we can do is wait, and hope...