Bachelor Boy’s again… at 80! Sir Cliff Richard bounds on to the stage

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Bachelor Boy’s again… at 80! Sir Cliff Richard bounds on to the stage for a full of life two-hour set after Covid delayed his birthday tour




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After ready over a yr for the nation to throw off the curse of Covid, he was thrilled to be again on stage.

Sir Cliff Richard bounded into the limelight on Thursday night time, exhibiting no indicators of slowing down regardless of turning 81 subsequent week.



The triple-vaccinated singer delighted a crowd of adoring followers with a two-hour set in his first efficiency since 2019.

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It marked the begin of his Great 80 tour which was delayed final yr due to Covid guidelines.

Thank you for a good time: Four concert-goers enjoy their evening

Thank you for an excellent time: Four concert-goers get pleasure from their night

For the gig at Sheffield’s City Hall, Sir Cliff dressed neatly in a black embroidered shirt, black patterned trousers and a white tailcoat.

He may very well be seen with a microphone talking to his followers, a lot of whom wore ‘Cliff’ T-shirts. Some even donned face masks bearing his picture.

The tour, in celebration of his eightieth birthday, will end in Nottingham on October 29 and embody 4 gigs at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

Masked hero: Two women wear Cliff-themed face coverings

Masked hero: Two ladies put on Cliff-themed face coverings

He beforehand instructed the Daily Mail: ‘I’ve by no means undertaken a tour like this earlier than – by no means!

‘When you assume, all of us in our lifetime, we have by no means had to face something like this.

‘It actually is me, although, who has to watch out, as a result of regardless that I’ve been triple-vaccinated, you’ll be able to nonetheless carry that virus and it will possibly make you a bit sick.’ 

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