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The Glasshouse

Thursday 17 October 2024   |   7:30pm


Kilimanjaro Live presents:

The Pretenders

plus The Picturebooks

The Pretenders

Kilimanjaro Live presents:

The Pretenders

plus The Picturebooks

Sage One


Rescheduled from Saturday 24 February 2024 to Thursday 17 October 2024.

If you have tickets for the February date and you can make the new date you do not need to do anything, our Box Office Team will swap your booking to the rescheduled date and re-issue your eTickets.

A note from Chrissie:
Sorry to say we have to postpone some shows, as I’ve had a knee injury. The shows will be rescheduled to later on in the year. Can’t wait to see you all!
X Chrissie

We will be in touch in due course about your tickets. Thank you for your patience and co-operation. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Unmistakable. Timeless. Female fronted force.

Rock icons The Pretenders are opening their 2024 UK tour here at The Glasshouse on Saturday 24 February.

Off the back of their latest album ‘Relentless’, The Pretenders have been blowing away crowds with their high-energy sets. Their recent sold-out club shows were described as “iconic” (Evening Standard) and “outrageously good” (Louder Than War). The new songs shine alongside classics in an inspiring display of longevity.

With surprise Glastonbury performance featuring special guests Johnny Marr and Dave Grohl, them joining Guns N’ Roses at London’s BST Hyde Park and a spectacular UK homecoming at BBC Radio 2 In The Park in front of 35,000 fans in Victoria Park, Leicester, The Pretenders prove they still rock as hard as ever.

Don’t miss the chance to see these Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees bring their rebellious, crowd-rousing spirit and enduring songbook to The Glasshouse stage.

Need to know

Price: from £60.50

Stage Times: Announced nearer showtime.

Age: Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

“persistently brilliant songwriting … surely how Chrissie Hynde always wanted The Pretenders to sound”.


“as sharp as ever, with new songs stealing the limelight from classic hits”.

The Guardian

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