More comics reschedule tours | Autumn's starting to look very barren...

More comics reschedule tours

Autumn's starting to look very barren...

More comedians have rescheduled their planned autumn tours until 2021.

Mo Gilligan, Daniel Sloss, Chris McCausland and Gyles Brandreth have all postponed their travels because of coronavirus,.

Gilligan - who won best entertainment performance at the Baftas on Friday – wrote on Twitter: ‘I waited until the last min to make this tour possible but it was out of my hands. Apologies for the inconvenience and looking forward to seeing everyone in 2021’.

He had planned a world tour of his show, There’s Mo To Life, but it’s not been possible to reschedule dates outside the UK yet.

Sloss’s Hubris tour has also been pushed to next year, with the comic saying: ‘ If venues can't open, there's not much we can do.’

Click for the new dates for Mo Gilligan, Daniel Sloss, Chris McCausland and Gyles Brandreth 

Published: 3 Aug 2020

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