A Hal of a lot of tour news | New dates for Cruttenden, Paul Foot, Jimeoin and more

A Hal of a lot of tour news

New dates for Cruttenden, Paul Foot, Jimeoin and more

Hal Cruttenden has announced a 40-date tour of his new show, Chubster, which will follow a run at the Edinburgh Fringe. 

His last tour Straight Outta Cruttenden in 2015-16 sold 40,000 tickets. 

This one promises to cover ‘the usual moans about being a middle-aged, middle class father of fat-shaming teenagers’ as well as ‘his struggles with IQ tests, political zealots and the trauma of supporting the England rugby team’.

Tickets will go on sale at 10am today. Click here for dates and box office links.

Among other tour news this week:

  • Oddball Paul Foot will be back on tour in the autumn, with a show called Image Conscious, tackling the likes of the unique predicament of the soft-shell crab and the many problems that occur when organising a suburban orgy. Dates.
  • Jamali Maddix, the host of host of Viceland’s Hate Thy Neighbour, is to announce his autumn tour and Edinburgh show, Vape Lord, later today. A few dates are on sale already.
  • Jimeoin has announced a new show, Result!, which will tour the UK after playing at the Edinburgh Fringe with a second leg in February next year. Dates.
  • Extra dates have been added to the tour of David Baddiel’s acclaimed live show My Family - Not The Sitcom about his late sex-mad mother, Sarah, and dementia-ridden father, Colin. Dates
  • Irish sketch team Foil Arms & Hog have announced a handful of UK dates for their fast-paced Oink show, in addition to their regular gigs at Vicar Street in Dublin. The trio have built up a sizeable online following with nine million hits on their YouTube channel. Dates
  • Tom Stade has added 20 new dates to his I Swear tour for this spring, adding to the 60 nights he performed in the autumn. Dates.

Click here to see all 128 tours we currently have listed.

Published: 2 Mar 2018

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