Peter Hook & The Light are set to perform the entire back-catalogue of Joy Division at a one-off charity gig in Macclesfield in May. Find details below.
Hook was the bassist for the iconic band, who released just two albums, Unknown Pleasures and Closer, before the untimely death of frontman Ian Curtis in 1980.
Hook went on to form New Order with the remaining members of Joy Division, before his acromonious departure from the band in 2007. He now tours as Peter Hook & The Light.
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Hook and his band will perform every track ever written and recorded by Joy Division at the May gig, which has been titled So This Is Permanence and takes place in the 18th Century Christ Church, Macclesfield.
Tickets for the one-off gig, which takes place on 18 May, go on sale at 9am on Wednesday, 25 March. Proceeds will be donated to the Epilepsy Society and The Churches Conservation Trust. Buy tickets below.