Martyn Ware Tour Dates

Martyn Ware is an independent artist and record producer working with sound and electronic arts. Ware is a member of BAFTA and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. His project, developed with Jeremy Till (Director of Architecture at the University of Sheffield), represented Great Britain at the 10th Venice Architectural Biennale in 2006. Ware has successfully founded and run several electronic bands and record labels.

With The Human League he recorded and produced two albums, with BEF another two and with Heaven 17 nine more. During his 28-years career he sold over 50 million albums. He collaborated with music stars such as Tina Turner, Terence Trent D'Arby, Chaka Khan, Erasure, Marc Almond and Mavis Staples.

Martyn Ware tour dates listed on since Apr 2009.

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Past Events

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  • Martyn Ware
    Maidenhead, Norden Farm Centre for The Arts
  • Martyn Ware DJ Ben Osborne
    London, The Constitution
  • Martyn Ware Mal Campbell
    Hebden Bridge, The Trades Club
  • Estuary Festival - The Sound Of The Thames Delta Ruth Barnes, Laura Barton, Andrew Branch, Sam Duckworth, Daryl Easlea…
    Southend-on-Sea, The Royal Pavilion
  • Martyn Ware Owen Sheers, Tania Kovats
    London, Somerset House
  • Martyn Ware Dave Haslam
    Brighton, Brighton Dome
  • Virgin 40 Celebrations - 40 Years of Disruptions - Martyn Ware Presents Heaven 17, Martyn Ware, Scritti Politti
    London, KOKO
  • Heaven 17 Martyn Ware, Northern Kind
    Coalville, Century Theatre
  • Claudia Brücken Glenn Gregory, Martyn Ware, Andy McCluskey, Paul Humphreys, Susanne Freytag…
    London, Bush Hall
  • Martyn Ware
    London, Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)