Singer-songwriter Tom Walker is coming to Norwich Arts Centre in 2018

PUBLISHED: 16:40 20 December 2017 | UPDATED: 16:40 20 December 2017

Tom Walker. Photo: Courtesy of Norwich Arts Centre

Tom Walker. Photo: Courtesy of Norwich Arts Centre

Courtesy of Norwich Arts Centre

Manchester singer-songwriter Tom Walker is gracing the stages of Norwich Arts Centre on March 26 as part of his 2018 UK tour.

Tom Walker NAC poster. Photo: Courtesy of Norwich Arts CentreTom Walker NAC poster. Photo: Courtesy of Norwich Arts Centre

It’s been quite the year for Tom with the announcement of his biggest UK tour so far, his song ‘Leave A Light On’ reaching the top 20 in Italy, ‘Just You & I’ hitting 22 in the US Hot AC Chart and being added to Radio 1’s Brit List.

Tom has a voice like no one else, as evidenced on his career defining new single ‘Leave A Light On’, an emotional tour de force written by Tom and Steve Mac.

Tom has spent much of the year on the road and the results are there for all to see with his mesmerising live performances driven by his wonderful band.

‘Heartland’, which was co-written and produced with Naughty Boy, his breakout track ‘Fly Away With Me’ and ‘Blessings’ which he played live on BBC2’s Glastonbury coverage - along with his other singles - have racked up over 60 million steams so far.

Having played sold out tours and supporting the likes of George Ezra, Gallant and Jake Bugg, gig goers can expect a great night of music at Norwich Arts Centre.

Tickets for the show on March 26 are available from the Norwich Arts Centre website for £13 advance.

March 2018 tour dates:

18 - Cavern Club in Exeter

19 - Engine Rooms in Southampton

21 - Rescue Rooms in Nottingham

22 - Thekla in Bristol

23 - O2 Institue in Birmingham

24 - The Haunt in Brighton

26 - Arts Centre in Norwich

27 - KOKO in London

28 - Gorilla in Manchester

29 - Oran Mar in Glasgow

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