Sara Pascoe announces new tour | 37 dates for LadsLadsLads this autumn

Sara Pascoe announces new tour

37 dates for LadsLadsLads this autumn

Sara Pascoe is to take her Edinburgh show LadsLadsLads on tour.

The comedian and author has announced 37 dates from September 16 in Norwich to November 28 in Birmingham.

Tickets go on sale next Thursday, and the full schedule is below.

Pascoe has just completed a week-long run of the same show at the Wyndham’s Theatre in London’s West End.

It is described as her most personal show yet, as she describes her efforts to become happy as a singleton, after 15 years in relationships. Clikc here for a review.

Over the last year, Pascoe has starred on Let’s Sing and Dance for Comic Relief; adapted Pride and Prejudice for the stage; filmed a half-hour stand up special for BBC Three; hosted an episode of Live at the Apollo and appeared as a weekly guest on Frankie Boyle’s New World Order.

She is currently writing her second book, Sex Power Money – a follow-up to the acclaimed Animal, about female sexuality; while her new Radio 4 series, The Modern Monkey, is due to be broadcast next month.

Lee Nelson has today extended his Serious Joker tour, joking that the extra dates are to cover legal fees for his Theresa May stunt, when he handed the Prime Minister her P45 during the Tory party conference.

The prankster, who has also targetted Donald Trump, Sepp Blatter, Kanye West and others had added 29 dates from May 2. Click here for the schedule and box office links.

Pascoe's schedule is:

Sunday 16 September: Norwich Theatre Royal
Sunday 30 September: Northampton Royal and Derngate
Wednesday 3 October: Swindon Wyvern Theatre
Friday 5 October: Canterbury Gulbenkian Theatre
Saturday 6 October: Reading Concert hall
Sunday 7 October: Coventry Warwick Arts Centre Theatre
Wednesday 10 October: Leeds City Varieties
Thursday 11 October: Lincoln Lincoln Performing Arts Centre
Saturday 13 October: Southend Palace Theatre
Sunday 14 October: Southampton Nuffield Theatre
Wednesday 17 October: Cardiff The Glee
Thursday 18 October: Horsham The Capitol
Saturday 20 October: Stirling Macrobert Arts Centre
Sunday 21 October: Glasgow Tramway
Wednesday 24 October: Salford Quays The Lowry (Quays)
Thursday 25 October: Salford Quays The Lowry (Quays)
Friday 26 October: Newbury Corn Exchange
Saturday 27 October: Nottingham Playhouse
Sunday 28 October: Sheffield Memorial Hall
Wednesday 31 October: Durham Gala Theatre
Thursday 1 November: Newcastle Tyne Theatre & Opera House
Friday 2 November: Lancaster Grand Theatre
Saturday 3 November: Derby Theatre
Sunday 4 November: Cheltenham Everyman Theatre
Wednesday 7 November: Corby The Core at Corby Cube
Thursday 8 November: Oxford Playhouse
Saturday 10 November: Kings Lynn Alive Corn Exchange
Wednesday 14 November: Milton Keynes Stables Theatre
Thursday 15 November: Yeovil Octagon Theatre
Friday 16 November: Portsmouth New Theatre Royal
Saturday 17 November: Hereford Courtyard
Sunday 18 November: Exeter Corn Exchange
Thursday 22 November: Bristol The Redgrave Theatre
Friday 23 November: Bristol The Redgrave Theatre
Saturday 24 November: Colchester Colchester Arts Centre
Sunday 25 November: Cambridge Corn Exchange
Wednesday 28 November: Birmingham Town Hall

Published: 26 Jan 2018

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