After an eight-year hiatus, they released three more acclaimed albums: Wonderlustre, Black Traffic and Anarchytecture.
Few bands inhabit the stage like Skunk Anansie. Their exhilarating live shows are a hurricane of energy, noise and personality, an exhortation to become part of something much bigger that’s impossible to resist.
Skunk Anansie have frequently been described as a political band. And they undeniably are – as their anthemic 1996 track ‘Yes, It’s F*cking Political’ pointed out: ‘Everything’s political.’
But politics are just one part of what they are: Skunk Anansie address love and rejection, anger and sadness, frustration and rage. The human emotions we all share.
They are still fighting the good fight, taking no prisoners while they do it.
Tickets go on sale to Southbank Centre Members at 10am, Wednesday 12 February, and on general sale at 10am, Friday 14 February.
Please note there is a purchase limit of four tickets per person for this event.
Southbank Centre takes a strong view on secondary ticketing. We require the lead booker to attend (photo ID may be requested). Tickets can only be resold by Southbank Centre or one of its authorised agents.