Tom Bright Tickets

The Castle Hotel, Manchester.

With the likes of Guy Garvey (BBC 6 Music) and John Kennedy (Radio X) championing him, Tom Bright is gearing up for his highly anticipated sophomore album 'Legacy' (out 12th November 2021) - produced again by the brilliant Ed Harcourt.

Following on from the success of his debut, his first two singles of 2021 were both crowned as X-Posure Hot Ones on Radio X, along with a third live session for them inside a year and support coming in from multiple BBC & RTÉ radios too. Tom - who has performed at Glastonbury Festival, in Vivaldi's courtyard with Mick Jones of The Clash and featured in a Q Music Film of the Year nominee - now finds himself with an incredible collection of new songs and a world waiting to see him back on the stage.

“I absolutely love it. I love the lyrics. It’s a great record. I thoroughly recommend!” - Guy Garvey (BBC Radio 6 Music & Elbow)

"Absolutely fantastic!" - John Kennedy (Radio X)

"Special talent!" - Gary Crowley (BBC)

"Love that!" - Alan McGee

"Great!" - Mick Jones (The Clash)

“Bard of the underbelly.”
– FOLK RADIO UK

“Bright strolled onto the stage with the confidence of a veteran despite not even having released his debut album yet. There’s something about Bright’s voice and attitude that is reminiscent of a young Alex Turner.”– GIGWISE

“Full of energy and that thrilling primal rush of ideas.”– LOUDER THAN WAR

"Tom's attitude to writing songs and crafting catchy tunes is something to behold."– IT’S ALL INDIE

This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
GENERAL ADMISSION £8.80 (£8.00)

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With the likes of Guy Garvey (BBC 6 Music) and John Kennedy (Radio X) championing him, Tom Bright is gearing up for his highly anticipated sophomore album 'Legacy' (out 12th November 2021) - produced again by the brilliant Ed Harcourt.

Following on from the success of his debut, his first two singles of 2021 were both crowned as X-Posure Hot Ones on Radio X, along with a third live session for them inside a year and support coming in from multiple BBC & RTÉ radios too. Tom - who has performed at Glastonbury Festival, in Vivaldi's courtyard with Mick Jones of The Clash and featured in a Q Music Film of the Year nominee - now finds himself with an incredible collection of new songs and a world waiting to see him back on the stage.