2023-24 An Audience with Tommy Cannon

Solo tour with Tommy, Autumn 2023 and 2024. The tour is hosted by Matt Grindley.


29th September 2023 Fishburn  Working Mens Club
13th October 2023 Worcester Alma Tavern
3rd November 2023 Walsall King Street Progressive Club
10th November 2023 Dundee Bow Bridge Bar
17th November 2023 Colne Park Hill Barn
29th February 2024 Leicester West End Working Mens Club
2nd March 2024 Lincoln Short Ferry Holiday Park
22nd March 2024 Doncaster The Glass House
24th March Hemel Hempstead Box Moor Social Club
29th March Hawnby The Owl Hotel
30th March Rugelely The Redmore Inn
18th May 2024 Spalding Holbeach United Services Club
8th June 2024 Silloth Stanwix Holiday Park
24th August 2024 Blackpool Joe Longthorne Studio, North Pier
7th October 2024 Edgbaston Extra Care Charitable Trust


‘Rock on, Tommy’ tour

Tommy had previously arranged a major 46-date tour with ‘A Way With Media’, over autumn 2023 and spring 2024. However these dates were all cancelled, with the exception of Lowther Pavilion which ran as a standalone show.

Rock on Tommy Tour Poster

He’s a national treasure who became a household name as one half of Cannon and Ball. 

Tommy Cannon played the straight man to the late Bobby Ball as the double act dominated prime-time TV for more than a decade. An actor, singer and comic, Tommy has lived an extraordinary life – most recently being lauded by rock star Robbie Williams, at a sell-out concert in Manchester. 

Now he’s returning to the stage in Rock On, Tommy, a variety show featuring clips, incredible stories, tons of laughter, audience Q&As and more. Fans can meet the man who has provided laughter to millions since debuting in 1968 on the talent show, Opportunity Knocks.

Thursday 21st September Blyth Phoenix Theatre
Saturday 23rd September Doncaster Empress Ballroom
Wednesday 4th October Stamford Corn Exchange
Thursday 5th October Sheffield Leadmill
Friday 6th October Bishops Stortford South Mill Arts
Saturday 7th October Melton Mowbray Melton Theatre
Sunday 8th October Hull Comedy Lounge
Friday 13th October Birmingham Justham Auditorium
Saturday 14th October Evesham The Henrician
Sunday 15th October Lytham St Annes Lowther Pavilion
Wednesday 18th October Cannock Prince of Wales Theatre
Thursday 19th October Bradford The Studio
Friday 20th October Crewe Lyceum Theatre
Saturday 21st October Stockport The Forum
Thursday 26th October Altrincham Bowdon Rooms
Friday 27th October Burnham-on-Sea Princess Theatre
Saturday 28th October Southampton The Attic
Sunday 29th October Stourport The Civic
Thursday 2nd November Workington Carnegie Theatre
Friday 3rd November Barrow-in-Furness The Forum
Saturday 4th November Blackpool Pavilion Theatre
Tuesday 7th November St Helens Theatre Royal
Wednesday 8th November Worcester Huntingdon Hall
Thursday 9th November Bridgwater McMillan Theatre
Friday 10th November Tiverton Community Arts Centre
Saturday 11th November Paignton Palace Theatre
Sunday 12th November Chelmsford Chelmsford Theatre
Friday 5th April Neston Civic Hall
Saturday 6th April Barnard Castle The Witham
Saturday 13th April Darwen Library Theatre
Sunday 14th April Yarm Princess Alexandra Auditorium
Wednesday 17th April Stafford Gatehouse Theatre
Thursday 18th April Brierley Hill Civic Hall
Friday 19th April Eastleigh Thornden Hall
Saturday 20th April Taunton Brewhouse
Sunday 21st April Loughborough Town Hall
Thursday 25th April Leicester Y Theatre
Friday 26th April Bury St Edmunds The Apex
Saturday 27th April Faversham The Alexander Centre
Sunday 28th April Fleet The Harlington
Thursday 2nd May Runcorn The Brindley
Friday 3rd May Redditch Palace Theatre
Saturday 4th May Diss Corn Hall
Wednesday 8th May Brighton Komedia
Thursday 9th May Gloucester Guildhall
Friday 10th May Newport Riverfront
Saturday 11th May Kettering Lighthouse Theatre

Lowther Pavilion show

The Lowther Pavilion show went ahead on Sunday 15th October as ‘Rock On, Tommy starring Tommy Cannon and friends’, and featured Leah Bell and the Boro Blues Brothers.