Kate Bush not back 'for a while'

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Kate Bush warned fans at her final London gig this week that she won't be performing again "for a while".

Kate Bush won't be performing live again "for a while".

The 'Running Up that Hill' hitmaker concluded her run of 22 sold-out shows at London's Hammersmith Apollo on Wednesday (01.10.14) - her first gigs in 35 years - and told fans not to expect to see her again soon.

She told the audience: "We're all really sad as it's the last night. I'm going to miss everyone so much.

"This is our last night... for a while anyway".

The reclusive singer went on to thank the musicians and performers in the show, including her son Bertie McIntosh, who she branded "wonderful" and Charlotte Williams, who played a wooden puppet that comes to life and was described as "our secret weapon" by the star.

In the audience for the final show was a string of famous faces, including singer Grace Jones, Pink Floyd rocker Dave Gilmour, comic Noel Fielding and TV presenter Graham Norton.

The 'Wuthering Heights' hitmaker sold a total of 78,000 tickets for the gigs, which began on August 26.

The concerts all sold out within 15 minutes of tickets going on sale.

Kate Bush

The English songstress and notorious recluse who brought us the impossibly high pitched hits 'Wuthering Heights' and 'Babooshka' performs Before the Dawn, her first tour since 1979.

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