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Peace In Our Time

The Longest Day
Promised Land
Over The Border
January 1989
     
Cork 5 January 1989
Tralee 6 January 1989
Galway 7 January 1989
Dublin National Stadium 9 January 1989
Derry 10 January 1989
Belfast 11 January 1989
Utrecht. Muziekcentrum Vredenburg 13 January 1989
Copenhagen. Saga 14 January 1989
Hamburg. Docks 16 January 1989
Bonn. Biskuithalle supported by Diesel Park West 17 January 1989
Frankfurt. Volksbildungsheim 18 January 1989
Paris. La Cigale 20 January 1989
London. Hammersmith Odeon 22 January 1989
London. Hammersmith Odeon 23 January 1989
London. Hammersmith Odeon 24 January 1989
Nottingham. Royal 26 January 1989
Sheffield. City Hall 27 January 1989
Newcastle. City Hall 28 January 1989
Edinburgh. Playhouse 30 January 1989
Aberdeen. Capitol 31 January 1989
Liverpool. Empire 1 February 1989
Manchester. Apollo. 3 February 1989
Newport. Centre 4 February 1989
Portsmouth. Guildhall 5 February 1989
Poole. Arts Centre 7 February 1989
Cornwall. Coliseum 8 February 1989
Gloucester. Leisure Centre 9 February 1989
Birmingham. Hummingbird 11 February 1989
Newcastle City Hall 12 February 1989
Glasgow. Barrowlands 14 February 1989
Glasgow. Barrowlands 15 February 1989
     
In Concert #454 (Hammersmith Odeon 23 January 1989) 28 March 1989
     
Norwich. UEA 28 April 1989
Leeds. University 29 April 1989
Norwich. UEA 30 April 1989
Loughborough. University supported by Cry Before Dawn 1 May 1989
Folkestone. Leas Cliff 3 May 1989
Reading. Hexagon 4 May 1989
Crawley. Leisure Centre 6 May 1989
Hanley. Victoria Hall 7 May 1989
Bradford. St. Georges Hall 8 May 1989
Wolverhampton. Civic Hall 10 May 1989
Newport. Centre 11 May 1989
Gloucester. Leisure Centre 12 May 1989
Oxford. Apollo 14 May 1989
London. Brixton Academy 15 May 1989
London. Town & Country Club 17 May 1989
London. Town & Country Club 18 May 1989
Cambridge. Corn Exchange 19 May 1989
Scarborough. Futurist Theatre 20 May 1989
Aberdeen. Capitol 22 May 1989
Inverness. Bowling Pavillion (cancelled) 23 May 1989
Falkirk. Town Hall. 24 May 1989
Glasgow. Barrowlands 26 May 1989
Edinburgh. Playhouse 27 May 1989
Preston. Guildhall 28 May 1989
Carlisle. Sands Centre supported by Garrison 29 May 1989
Bristol. Studio 31 May 1989
St. Austell. Cornwall Colliseum. supported by Cry Before Dawn 1 June 1989
Guildford. Civic Hall 2 June 1989
Rotterdam, Holland. Nightown 4 June 1989
Enschede, Holland. Virjhof 5 June 1989
Amsterdam, Holland. Paradiso 7 June 1989
Gronigen, Holland. Oosterport 8 June 1989
Gelee, Holland. Henehof 9 June 1989
Tilburg, Holland. Noordeligt 10 June 1989
Helsinki, Finland (cancelled) 13 June 1989
Irvine 13 June 1989
Stockholm, Sweden (cancelled) 14 June 1989
Motherwell Concert Hall 14 June 1989
Oslo, Norway (cancelled) 15 June 1989
Dumfries. Loreburn Hall 15 June 1989
Münchengladbach Festival 17 June 1989
Bremen, Germany. Modernes 18 June 1989
Hannover, Germany. Capitol 19 June 1989
Berlin, Germany. Metropol 20 June 1989
München (Munich), Germany. Theatrefabrik 22 June 1989
Freiburg, Germany. Festival 24 June 1989
St. Gallen, Germany. Festival 25 June 1989
Turin, Italy 27 June 1989
Rome, Italy 28 June 1989
Milan, Italy 29 June 1989
Jersey. Fort Regent 1 July 1989
Mark Brzezicki and Big Country parts ways (Replaced by Pat Ahern). July 1989
TV Interview of Stuart At Glasgow Green, 10/09/89: (Excerpts) In A Big Country, Chance, Interview (3 min.) 10 September 1989
Glasgow. Celtic Park 10 September 1989
Glasgow. Stuart At George Square. (acoustic) Peace In Our Time, Flower Of Scotland (with Richard Jobson)* 31 December 1989
Edinburgh. Playhouse 31 December 1989
     
Peace In Our Time (Recorded Live In Russia) 1989
     
River of Hope (Single) (Netherlands) 1989
     
Peace In Our Time (VHS & LD) 1989
     
River of Hope (B-Side of Peace In Our Time LD) 1989
     
Skids: The Skids (VHS) 1989