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Robbie Williams to play BBC gig
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Robbie Williams is to appear at the BBC's Electric Proms at the Roundhouse in north-west London on 20 October.

The gig will be his first full-length concert in the UK for three years and will see him play songs from latest album, Reality Killed The Video Star.

Tickets will cost £25 and are available from 8am on Wednesday morning.

Also appearing at the Electric Proms so far this year are Dizzee Rascal, Doves, a reformed Magazine, Florence & The Machine, Metronomy and Smokey Robinson.

During his set at the Electric Proms, Williams will be accompanied by a string and horn section as well as his full band.

The show, which will be broadcast on Radio 1, will be under the musical direction of record producer and songwriter Trevor Horn.

Robbie Williams said: "I'm looking forward to playing my new songs, working with Trevor Horn again and seeing how people react to what I've been doing."

Oasis closed last year's Electric Proms performing hits like Wonderwall and Don't Look Back In Anger with the Crouch End Festival Chorus.

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