tom meighan (acoustic) (extra date) 05. MarchMar. 2024 07:00pm


After selling out night one, Tom Meighan will perform an extra acoustic night as he returns to Grimsby on Tuesday 5th March, with support from Annabel Allum.

Tuesday 5th March 2024

Doors 7pm | Curfew 11pm
Ages 14+ (U18s to be accompanied)
Advance Tickets | £20 + Fees
The audience for this show will be standing

All ticket sales handled by See Tickets.

TOM MEIGHAN, who is currently in the studio busy writing his second solo album, announces 20-date March 2024 Acoustic Tour. These intimate shows will be the first time that Tom has ever toured acoustically. These dates follow three electric headline shows in December and a UK Arena Tour with Noel Gallagher.

Tom Meighan released his first solo album The Reckoning, in May. It hit the Official midweek chart at #2, behind Ed Sheeran. It charted at #2 in the Indie chart, #3 in the Vinyl chart, #3 in the Download chart, #3 in the Physical Artist chart and #6 in the CD chart and #17 in the Official chart. He shared five tracks prior to its release - title track The Reckoning, Everyone’s Addicted To Something, Movin’ On, Shout It Out and one of Tom’s earliest solo tracks and a live favourite with fans Would You Mind, which is featured on the deluxe album. He went on to share the video for album track Don’t Give In and most recently released The Summer Sessions, two new tracks that didn’t quite make it onto the album.

Earlier this year he played a 16-date UK tour (including here at Docks!), has performed at various festivals throughout the summer and he supported Noel Gallagher at Audley End on 5th August.

It’s been 20 years since Tom Meighan signed his first record deal with Kasabian at the age of 21. He sold four million albums, celebrated 5 consecutive number-one albums and was awarded, amongst many others, a BRIT Award, 7 NME Awards, 5 Q Magazine Awards, a Mojo Award and a Music Week Award. He headlined Glastonbury, V Festival and Reading and Leeds twice, along with most other major European music festivals.

Tom’s troubles have been well-documented since he departed Kasabian three years ago. Addiction, remorse, recovery, redemption are themes that run deep on Tom’s magnificent solo album. Whatever the reasons he didn’t contribute to the songwriting in Kasabian, it wasn’t down to lack of talent. The confidence and ability to sing an earworm with passion and charm remain in Tom’s new songs. What’s new are a broad range of styles. In addition to the rock power and bulletproof bangers of his former band, there is a blissed-out euphoria, a tenderness and a lyrical depth resulting from a period of self-reflection and emotional maturity.

A born frontman with an unmatched ability to get a crowd jumping, Tom’s sights are firmly set on the future.

Joining Tom in his band are keyboardist/guitarist Bnann Infadel, bassist Ele Lucas, lead guitarist Chris Haddon, guitarist Brodie Maguire and drummer Gareth Young.

At her most visceral, Annabel Allum is a troubadour for the millennial age, with vitriolic explosions of ferociously grungy guitar and gut-wrenching honesty, deftly attuned to observations of what lies beyond her Lennon-framed lenses. When contemplative, Annabel is an astute poet; praised as much for her words, as for her imagination and sensitivity - a DIY artist in the truest sense.

Long marked out as one to watch, the swell of praise for Annabel Allum from all corners is resounding. Long-time championed by BBC Radio 1, she’s made the daytime playlist, had a live session at the iconic Maida Vale studios, and performed on their SXSW stage, a festival which she’s now taken by storm twice. Other notable shows include a dream-come-true emotional performance at Reading Festival, as well as The Great Escape; tours with Nadine Shah, Sleeper and Beth Ditto have been the perfect way to cut her teeth in the presence of esteemed artists.

"A real DIY artist" - Huw Stephens, BBC Radio 1
"Beautiful and edgy at the same time" - NME
"Skewing indie on its head" - BBC Radio 6 Music

Advance Tickets are now on sale, priced at £20, fees. The age requirement for this event is 14 plus (U18s to be accompanied).

Our ticket sales are handled by Seetickets’ policy is that all tickets are non-refundable unless, during the checkout process, you pay extra to protect your tickets. In this event, you may be able to claim a refund from Seetickets, if your reason for cancellation is covered by their terms and conditions. Docks Academy is unable to process refunds in all circumstances. Please note this event is for people aged 14 and over. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Anyone aged under 14 will be refused admission and no refunds will be issued for tickets purchased for under 14s, whether or not ticket protection has been paid for.


Docks Academy has a wheelchair-accessible lift which provides access to the first floor. We are committed to making the venue accessible to everyone and we endeavour to accommodate all access requirements within the constraints of our historic building, and health and safety regulations. Please do contact us prior to your visit so we are aware of your access needs. Email or phone 07733244110.

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