Posted by Noel Robinson on 12 April 2018

NOEL ROBINSON LIVE

Outrageus Love UK Tour 2018

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Noel Robinson is a prodigeously talented musician and songwriter, as anyone who has been fortunate enough to have attended an event where he has been leading worship will testify. You may have caught him at Week 1 of Spring Harvest in Minehead this year, or seen him on Songs Of Praise - whatever the setting Noel brings passion, excellence and integrity.

This May & June Noel will be embarking on the Outrageous Love UK tour, bringing you songs from his album Outrageous Love, and so many more besides. Watch the video below to find out more, and scroll down for the list of dates.

We hope to see you there!

May 5th 2018 - City of Life church, Portsmouth

May 11th 2018 - All Nations, Bedford

May 13th 2018 - Elim Church, Bristol

May 25th 2018 - River of Life Church, Felixstowe

May 27th 2018 - Life International Christian Fellowship, Milton Keynes

June 3rd 2018 - Birmingham City Church, Birmingham

June 8th 2018 - COM Church, Dunstable

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