Archive for the ‘Live 2021’ Category

Toyah Live 2021: Wickham Festival / The SAS Band

July 8th, 2021

Wickham Festival returns this Summer and Toyah returns to the festival, this time as part of The SAS Band. They will play the Wickham Festival Opening Night Party on Thursday 5th August.

• Click below to visit the Wickham Festival 2021 website for further info and/or to book tickets.

Toyah Live 2021: Posh Pop Tour

June 28th, 2021

It looks like tickets are selling fast for Toyah’s forthcoming – and just very recently announced –  Posh Pop Tour.

The Half Moon in Putney, London, where Toyah brings Posh Pop to on 25th September 2021 – the third date of the tour – tweeted this very exciting news earlier today: “Hurry! Less than 30 tickets left for our show with Toyah Sat 25 Sept 2021! Do not miss this intimate London gig from a true musical pioneer. Hits & classics plus new gems from Toyah’s Posh Pop album”.

In a career spanning over 40 years Toyah has amassed thirteen top 40 singles, recorded twenty-four albums, written two books, appeared in over forty stage plays, acted in twenty feature films and presented hundreds of television programmes.

This is a unique chance to experience Toyah in an intimate venue performing a set of her loved hit singles and classics alongside modern days classics Sensational and Dance In The Hurricane and songs from her eagerly awaited new studio album “Posh Pop”.

• Buy tickets here. For the full Posh Pop Tour schedule, plus ticket links for the dates currently on sale, visit

Eastbourne Herald: Toyah Lines Up Eastbourne Date

June 26th, 2021

Toyah takes to Eastbourne’s Congress Theatre stage live to recreate her biggest hit singles and showcase her latest album songs in a socially distanced performance on Friday, July 2.

Spokeswoman Sharon Thompson said: “If you don’t remember Toyah from the 80s music chart you’ll likely to know her from her varied acting career, as Monkey in cult film Quadrophenia or more recently in the Lies We Tell or Extremis. If you are a YouTube follower you may even be keeping track of her Lockdown video series, still being broadcast weekly.

For 42 years Toyah has taken to the stage like no other. Her numerous awards and nominations for singing, writing and acting include an honorary doctorate from the University of Central England in Birmingham (2001), a star on the King’s Heath Walk of Fame and a star on Birmingham’s Broad Street Walk of Stars. In 2018 Paul McCartney awarded Toyah a LIPA Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts Companionship for outstanding achievement in music, drama, performance and media.

• Continue reading at the Eastbourne Herald.

Toyah Live 2021/2022: Posh Pop Tour

June 18th, 2021

Toyah begins the Posh Pop Tour on 2nd September 2021 at Banbury Mill Arts Centre.

Performing songs from the new album Posh Pop plus Toyah hits and classics with her electro/acoustic band

29 UK dates have been announced in total, straddling the later months of 2021 and early months of 2022.

The tour dates are accompanied by a great new Posh Pop image of Toyah.

Other dates include: London’s The Half Moon Putney, Elland The Meeting Room, Horsham The REC Rooms, Worcester Huntingdon Hall, Bury The MET, Sheffield The Greystones, Sudbury Quay Theatre, Ilminster The Flying Fish, Barnsley Old School House, Hastings St Mary’s In The Castle and Haywards Heath Trading Boundaries.

See a larger version of the Posh Pop Tour flyer at Twitter.

• Visit for the full schedule, plus all of Toyah’s other confirmed live dates for the coming months and into 2022.

Toyah Live 2021: Virtual Woo Fest Music Festival

June 18th, 2021

Woo Fest Music Festival takes place tomorrow – in a virtual format.

Toyah is one of the headliners of the event. Also playing are Sophie Ellis Bextor, Nigel Clark (of Dodgy), Grant Nicholas (of Feeder), Andy Bennett (of Ocean Colour Scene).

As well as Danyl Johnson, Matt Woosey, Deborah Rose, The Cugins, Drifta, Chewie, Junction 7, The Secret Cabaret, Nick Parker and the False Alarms, Chimp on a Bike, BibleCode Sundays, Loose Lips, Mackenzie Phipps, The Belle Adventure, Erica Jean, Wet Desert, The Flames and many others.

This year Woo Fest is a free-to-view online music festival in aid of The St Richard’s Hospice.

Woo Fest Virtual 2021 begins at 2pm and continues right through the day and evening until 10.30pm.

• Visit the Woo Fest website for further info and the complete line up playing tomorrow. NB. Toyah also played last year’s Virtual Woo Fest too.

Oxford Mail: Toyah To Headline Music Festival

April 1st, 2021

Toyah to headline village’s first-ever music festival

Punk princess Toyah Willcox is the Saturday night headliner at the first-ever music festival to be held in the village of Aston.

Astonbury will take place from Friday 20 to Sunday August 22.

There will be two stages, a full bar with real ale and cider, and food. Parking is free, and there will be free children’s activities with camping available near by.

Organisers, who are looking for volunteers, will be donating to Cancer Research, Aston and Cote Community Trust and MIND.

• Continue reading at the Oxford Mail.

Brighton & Hove News: Toyah Announces Sussex Concert

March 22nd, 2021

Toyah has announced that she will be putting on a lively and energetic concert with her full live electric band at The Factory Live, located at Unit 9A, Ivy Arch Road, Worthing, BN14 8BX on Thursday 29th July 2021.

Toyah and her chums will be performing her hit singles including ‘Good Morning Universe‘, ‘Thunder In The Mountains‘, ‘Brave New World‘, ‘I Want To Be Free‘ and ‘It’s A Mystery‘ alongside modern days classics ‘Sensational’ and ‘Dance In The Hurricane‘ from her 2019 charting album ‘In The Court Of The Crimson Queen‘.

The band will be: Toyah Willcox (vocals), Chris Wong (guitar), Andy Doble (keyboards), Mike Nichols (bass) and John Humphrey (drums). Purchase your Toyah tickets here. Further information on Toyah here.

• Continue reading at Brighton and Hove News.

Electric Ladies Of The 80s: New Date Added

June 7th, 2020

A new date at The Apex, Bury St. Edmunds, on Tuesday 1st June 2021, has just been added to the Electric Ladies Of The 80s Tour. Tickets are on sale now. Click below for more info or to book.

Toyah Newsy Bits & Pieces!

June 4th, 2020

Acapela: Toyah 18th July 2020 rescheduled to 28th January 2021: Following our recent communication via email and social media concerning the closure of the venue due to the recent Coronavirus precautions, I am delighted to inform you that we have agreed a new date for the above concert – Continue reading…

Acapela: Toyah Willcox returns again to Acapela: Household name, pop icon, TV presenter, and stage/screen actress (Calamity Jane, Cabaret, Peter Pan, Jubilee, Quadrophenia) Toyah comes to Acapela in July with her Acoustic, Up Close & Personal show – Continue reading…

Official Toyah: Gig Diary: Browse Toyah’s forthcoming tours, gigs and festivals – Continue reading…

BBC Radio 2 / Sara Cox: Guilty Pleasures: Plus sixty minutes of great music in The Wower and Tracy Hulme from Bourne tells Sara about her First & Last – Diana Ross and Toyah – Continue to listen…

Tatler: Society photographer Cecil Beaton’s Reddish House is for sale: Since Beaton’s death, the house has been owned by the former Countess of Chichester, Ursula Henderson, and musicians Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox, who have claimed that it is haunted by Beaton’s ghost – Continue reading…

BBC Radio 2 / Jools Holland: Toyah is Jools’ guest!: There are 11 days left to listen to Toyah guesting on Jools’ first BBC Radio 2 show – Continue to listen…

Electric Ladies Of The 80s: Tour Rescheduled to May/June 2021

May 29th, 2020

Toyah and Hazel O’Connor’s Electric Ladies Of The 80s joint-headlining UK tour has been rescheduled to May and June 2021. This is of course because of the ongoing pandemic.

Ticketholders are being asked not to contact venues, or SEE Tickets at the moment as they will make contact with ticket holders in due course to explain the way forward.

All tickets remain valid for the new dates.

Refunds are available if needed, but we ask if possible for the sake of the venues and their long term financial security, you hold on to tickets and not request a refund if possible.

Post-punk and New Wave artists Toyah and Hazel O’Connor join forces to bring you their exciting new tour, Electric Ladies of the 80s. Performing alongside their full electric band, each artist will perform their own set alongside some duets and surprises.

• Further info at Click below for ticket booking links (though a number of the dates are sold out).

The Scotsman: Let’s Rock Festival Dates 2021

May 28th, 2020

Here are the new dates and venues for next year’s Let’s Rock festivals

Having postponed its summer series due to the current pandemic the year, Let’s Rock have confirmed the rescheduled dates for summer 2021. The line-ups remain the same, with headliners including Adam Ant, OMD, Wet Wet Wet and UB40. Other performers including Tony Hadley, The Boomtown Rats, Kim Wilde, Marc Almond, Sister Sledge, The Undertones, Midge Ure’s Electronica, Toyah, T’Pau, Go West, Nik Kershaw, Chesney Hawkes, Betty Boo, and Heaven 17. LockdownFest, organised by Let’s Rock in aid of its official charity partner Child Bereavement UK, raised more than £130,000 for the charity.

• Continue reading at The Scotsman. Visit the Let’s Rock – The Retro Festival website.