Kate Bush is reportedly planning to release her London comeback shows as a concert film DVD. Fans have apparently been asked to change seats at the Eventim Apollo theatre to accommodate cameras capturing two of the shows, on September 16 and September 17.

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Several ticketholders received emails to alert them of a switch in seats. "Unfortunately due to a late decision to film the show for a DVD release, we have had to relocate you from your original seat," promoters explained in the message.

The September 16 show will mark the 29th anniversary of Bush's Hounds of Love album and 20th anniversary of the release of her only concert CD, Live at Hammersmith Odeon. 

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Kate Bush returned to the stage on August 26, 12 years since her last live performance. Her 22-night residency at the Apollo sold out in under 15 minutes while the singer currently has eight albums in the Official Albums Chart Top 40. 

As predicted, Q magazine have jumped on the nostalgic bandwagon, nominating Kate Bush for two Q Awards including best live act. She's also up for 'best actor in the world today', alongside Arcade Fire and, hilariously, Pharrell Williams.

Perhaps even more hilariously, Kasabian lead the way with four nominations. This year's prizes will be handed out at ceremony in London on October 22. It is unlikely that Kate Bush will attend. 

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