Sir Cliff Richard announces birthday tour

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Sir Cliff Richard announces birthday tour

JUST weeks after being questioned by police, Sir Cliff Richard has announced he will be coming back for a UK tour.

Sir Cliff, who celebrates his birthday today, October 14, was questioned in connection with a crime that he allegedly committed against a young boy several years ago at a religious event However, he was not arrested or charged for any offense after a search on his property was conducted.

He starts the tour next year at Birmingham Symphony Hall and continues in several cities before finishing the tour at London´s Royal Albert Hall where he is scheduled to perform for five nights including October 14 2015, when he will turn 75. Tickets are available for purchase in early November.

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