Dylan Moran announces new tour | 41 dates for Dr Cosmos this autumn © Andy Hollingworth

Dylan Moran announces new tour

41 dates for Dr Cosmos this autumn

Dylan Moran has announced a new tour, Dr. Cosmos, kicking off in September.

The show will take in 41 venues around the UK, from Norwich on September 3 London’s Alexandra Palace on December 8.

He will then perform the show internationally in 2019. His last tour, 2015’s Off the Hook, took in 149 dates across the globe, and he’s performed in such places as Kazakhstan and Ukraine.

Promoters say the new show will offer Moran’s ‘unique take on love, politics, misery and the everyday absurdities of life, all served with poetical panache’.

Some tickets go on sale from tomorrow. Here is the full schedule:

  • 03 September:  Norwich Playhouse 
  • 04 September:  Norwich Playhouse 
  • 05 September:  Norwich Playhouse 
  • 08 September:  Crewe, Lyceum 
  • 09 September:  Swindon, Wyvern Theatre 
  • 12 September:  St Albans, The Alban Arena 
  • 13 September:  St Albans, The Alban Arena 
  • 14 September:  Glasgow, Theatre Royal 
  • 15 September:  Glasgow, Theatre Royal 
  • 16 September:  Salford, The Lowry 
  • 19 September:  Cheltenham, Town Hall 
  • 20 September:  Bath, Komedia 
  • 21 September:  Bath, Komedia 
  • 22 September:  Birmingham, New Alexandra Theatre 
  • 23 September:  Leicester, The Curve 
  • 27 September:  Belfast, Waterfront 
  • 29 September:  Oxford, New Theatre 
  • 04 October:  Cambridge, Corn Exchange 
  • 06 October:  Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre 
  • 07 October:  Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall 
  • 10 October:  Jersey, Opera House 
  • 11 October:  Bournemouth, Pavilion Theatre 
  • 20 October:  Bristol, Hippodrome 
  • 21 October:  Exeter, Corn Exchange 
  • 28 October:  Leeds, City Varieties 
  • 29 October:  Leeds, City Varieties 
  • 30 October:  Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn 
  • 31 October:  Sheffield, Memorial Hall 
  • 01 November:  Southend, Palace Theatre 
  • 04 November:  York, Grand Opera House 
  • 08 November:  Manchester, Opera House 
  • 09 November:  Newcastle, Tyne Theatre & Opera House 
  • 10 November:  Lincoln, The Engine Shed 
  • 13 November:  Northampton, Royal and Derngate 
  • 14 November:  London, Eventim Apollo 
  • 15 November:  London, Eventim Apollo 
  • 16 November:  Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre 
  • 17 November:  Bury St Edmunds, Theatre Royal
  • 22 November:  Basingstoke, The Anvil 
  • 23 November:  Dorking, Dorking Halls 
  • 24 November:  Yeovil, Octagon Theatre 
  • 25 November:  Cardiff, Wales Millennium Centre 
  • 28 November:  Reading, The Hexagon 
  • 29 November:  Ipswich, Corn Exchange 
  • 30 November:  Brighton, Brighton Dome 
  • 01 December:  Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall Theatre 
  • 06 December:  Liverpool, Liverpool Empire 
  • 07 December:  London, Alexandra Palace 
  • 08 December:  London, Alexandra Palace 

Published: 13 Mar 2018

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