Paul Weller at the Royal Festival Hall

Be in the presence of the Modfather, Paul Weller, as he showcases his new album and career classics at two live concerts at the Royal Festival Hall.

The British music icon, who turned 60 this year, is backed by an orchestra and joined by special guests at the concerts, where he performs material from his new album True Meanings, released in September. His 14th solo album and 26th studio album, True Meanings is a record characterised by grand yet delicate orchestration, for which the world-class acoustics of the Royal Festival Hall provide the perfect setting. Support comes from singer-songwriter Lucy Rose.

Paul Weller performing on the Main Stage at the T in the Park festival, held at Balado Park in Kinross, Scotland.

One of the most revered music writers and performers of the past 30 years, Paul Weller achieved fame with the hugely popular and influential mod band The Jam. He had further success with The Style Council before establishing himself as a solo artist in 1991.

Weller has received four Brit Awards, winning the award for Best British Male twice, and the 2006 Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music. The concerts take place at the Royal Festival Hall on October 11 and 12.

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