Ward Thomas to play Arts Club Liverpool on their autumn UK tour

Ward Thomas to play Arts Club Liverpool on their autumn UK tour

Ward Thomas

22 year old twin sisters Lizzy and Catherine, known together as Ward Thomas, announce a run of sixteen UK tour dates this autumn, including a show at London’s Bush Hall on Wednesday 19th October. The pair recently premiered their new single ‘Carry You Home’ on Ken Bruce’s Radio 2 show and announced details of their forthcoming album ‘Cartwheels’ released on Sony Music/WTW Music on September 9th.


‘Cartwheels’ features 14 self-penned songs that capture a range of emotions, from joy to heartbreak and everywhere in between. Inspired by a childhood listening to their parents’ Fleetwood Mac and Beatles records and more recently Taylor Swift and Kacey Musgraves, ‘Cartwheels’ is a stunning follow up to their debut album, 2014’s ‘From Where We Stand’.


Ward Thomas play:


Wed 5th                     BRIGHTON, Komedia

Thu 6th                        OXFORD, The Bullingdon

Fri 7th                          NORWICH, Open

Sun 9th                       LEEDS, The Wardrobe

Mon 10th                   GLASGOW, Oran Mor

Wed 12th                   HULL, Welly

Thu 13th                     CAMBRIDGE, The Portland Arms

Fri 14th                        LIVERPOOL, Arts Club* (*ticketweb.co.uk)

Sat 15th                      GUILDFORD, Boileroom

Mon 17th                   CARDIFF, The Globe

Tue 18th                     BRISTOL, The Fleece

Wed 19th                   LONDON, Bush Hall

Fri 21st                         SOUTHAMPTON, Engine Rooms

Sat 22nd                     MANCHESTER, The Deaf Institute

Mon 24th                   LEAMINGTON SPA, The Assembly

Tue 25th                     EXETER, Phoenix

Hampshire born and bred, Ward Thomas were barely out of their teens when they became homegrown country music stars with their independently released 2014 debut album ‘From Where We Stand’ which sold over 25,000 copies in the UK, playing UK tours, London’s O2 Arena and Hyde Park in the process.