The gig to launch Lily Allen's third album, Sheezus – a breezy pop screed about modern-day pop manners, domestic love and internet trolling – takes place in west London, in a theatre two-thirds full of excited fans and one-third full of guest-listed friends and family. Home turf, in other words; a place where Allen is, perhaps, best revealed.
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