Preview: His Lordship

by Adam Aiken

His Lordship will make a return to Norwich next week for their first show in these parts since the launch of their debut album.

There are just a few tickets left for what promises to be a night of explosive rock’n’roll from James Walbourne and Kristoffer Sonne at Norwich Arts Centre on Tuesday, May 28.

The pair have been creating a stir with their live shows, and they’ve already wowed Norfolk on previous visits to the Arts Centre and Voodoo Daddy’s.

This tour follows the release of their self-titled record in January.

Support will come from Snakemilk.

Click here for tickets.

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