The former singer of Marillion heads to the venue for a gig rescheduled from earlier this year which was cancelled when band member Robin Boult caught chickenpox.
Speaking at the time, Fish said: “Everything has happened so fast it was impossible to bring in and rehearse a replacement to cover the show.
“I had no other option but to cancel the entire tour.”
The Moveable Feast Tour, which begins this week, is named after his latest album, A Feast Of Consequences which was released last year.
Fish will be performing songs from the new album as well as his solo album tracks and early Marillion classics.
A Feast of Circumstances was produced by Calum Malcolm and written by Fish, Steve Vantsis, Foss Paterson and Robin Boult.
Fish said: “It’s been a while since 13th Star was released and this new album has been a long time coming.
“I’ve been writing with Steve, Foss and Robin for over a year now, making sure that I was going to be delivering something very special and an album I can be proud of.
“It’s a very elaborate project on all levels and a major investment for an independent artist like me who exists only with the backing from my fans.
“Mark and I have put together a package that we think is the finest we have worked on in the 30 years we have been working together.
“It would have been easy to take the money and throw out a formulaic album that in all honesty I couldn’t have put my hand on heart on and been proud of.
“My integrity is important to me and I try to treat fans as I would like to be treated by an artist I respected and enjoyed,” he added.
Fish plays the Roadmender on Saturday, December 13.
Tickets costs £22.50 and are available in advance via www.theroadmender.com
Original tickets are valid.
For more information about Fish visit http://fish-thecompany.com