Andrew Maxwell lines up a 2020 tour | Back to stand-up after I'm A Celebrity....

Andrew Maxwell lines up a 2020 tour

Back to stand-up after I'm A Celebrity....

Andrew Maxwell has announced a UK tour to capitalise on his I’m A Celebrity fame.

The comic is to hit the road next year with a show aptly entitled Reality.

A total of 26 dates have been announced, kicking off at the Glee club in Cardiff on April 29.

Maxwell is one of the least-tipped celebrities to take the jungle crown, with bookies offering odds as long as 40/1 on him winning the ITV show.

Here are the tour dates,and tickets are on sale now.

29 April: Cardiff, Glee Club
30 April: Bromsgrove Artrix
1 May: Hemel Hempstead The Old Town Hall
2 May: Bristol, Tobacco Factory  
3 May: Southampton, Nuffield Theatre  
9 May: Edinburgh, The Stand    
10 May: Glasgow, The Stand  
11 May: Newcastle, The Stand
16 May: Cambridge, Junction 
17 May: Leeds, City Varieties
19 May: Liverpool, Epstein
20 May: Manchester, Dancehouse 
22 May: Birmingham, Old Rep 
24 May: Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms 
25 May: Cheltenham, Pillar Room 
26 May: Swindon, Arts Centre 
27 May: London, Bloomsbury Theatre  
29 May: Coleraine, Riverside Theatre
30 May: Armagh, Market Place 
31 May: Belfast, Metropolitan Arts Centre 
2 June: Lincoln, Drill Hall 
4 June: Colchester, Arts Centre 
5 June: Tunbridge Wells, Trinity Theatre 
6 June: Nottingham, Lakeside Arts  
7 June: Leicester, Y Theatre 
8 June: Brighton, Komedia 

Published: 22 Nov 2019

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