First Call, Last Call
Wednesday 23 September 1998
The Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 (0171-420 0171) 17 Nov to 27 Dec
IT'S HARD not to be impressed by petite singer Natalie Imbruglia (right), what with her leap from Australian soap star to indie chick. Despite a slight hiccup when Chris Evans revealed that her debut hit, "Torn", was almost a direct cover, she has proven to be more than a one-hit wonder and her November tour is selling out fast.
The Dome, Doncaster (01302 370 888) 6 Nov; Apollo Theatre, Manchester (0161-242 2560) 8 Nov; Rivermead Centre, Reading (0118-950 4343) Nov; Civic Hall, Wolverhampton (01902 552 121) 11 Nov; Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle (0191-261 2606) 14 Nov; The Forum, London (0171-344 0044) 18- 19 Nov
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