Live: Mimi Webb

UEA, Norwich April 1, 2023

The in-demand Mimi Webb kicked off her UK tour at a packed show in Norfolk.

Photographer PAUL HAMPSON was at UEA to see the up-and-coming singer as she made her second visit to the city in less than a month.

But unlike her recent acoustic outing at The Waterfront, this was a full-on electric affair.

Her previous visit to Norwich had been an intimate gig, with about half a dozen songs to mark the launch of her debut album, Amelia.

This time the 22-year-old delivered a full set, including her hits such as Good Without, Ghost Of You and Dumb Love.

Webb, who had just finished a trek around Europe, was full of energy, commanding the stage throughout this performance, which was the first of more than a dozen dates in the UK and Ireland.

The show came to an end with Red Flags and House On Fire, with Webb playing every song off her new album alongside a handful of her earlier tunes.

The tour finishes later this month in London.

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