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Tom Odell joins The Script on bill for Thetford Forest 2015 live gigs

PUBLISHED: 10:36 15 December 2014 | UPDATED: 10:36 15 December 2014

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Songwriter Tom Odell is the latest act to be announced for next year’s Thetford Forest gig line-up.

The 24-year-old joins The Script on the summer bill after the Forestry Commission announced he will appear at High Lodge on July 5.

He will perform hits from his number one debut album, Long Way Down, including singles Can’t Pretend, Hold me and Another love.

This year he scooped the Songwriter of the Year award at the Ivor Novellos and was previously awarded the BRITs Critics’ Choice Award in 2013.

He said: “This will be a whole new experience for me. I can’t wait to bring my live show to the woods and I hope to see you there.”

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday. They are priced at £34.50, plus a £3.45 booking fee, and can be abought from the Forestry Commission Box Office on 03000 680400 or online here.

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