Dara O Brian announces 2022 UK  tour | So… Where Were We? runs from March to December

Dara O Brian announces 2022 UK tour

So… Where Were We? runs from March to December

Dara O Brian has unveiled a new 2022 tour, So… Where Were We? 

The Mock The Week host has announced 32 dates from  March through to December next year, with the promise that more   dates will be added later.

His last tour, Voice Of Reason, ran for 180 dates over two years and across 20 countries, playing cities from Auckland to Reykjavik, Moscow to New York.

The blurb for the new show says: ‘By March 2020 he was ready for a break. He would now like to apologise for saying that and will never wish for anything like that again.

‘Because that's clearly what caused all this trouble, oh, and he ate a bat.  Instead, in his new, Dara will hardly mention the last year and a half – because, Jesus, who wants to hear about that? – but will instead fire out the usual mix of stories, one-liners, audience messing, and tripping over his words because he is talking too quickly, because he's so giddy to be back in front of a crowd. ‘

Tickets for So…Where Were We? go on general sale from Friday.

It was recently announced that O Brian will be hosting Channel 4’s newest daytime quiz, One & Six Zeros, where contestants will compete to win a grand prize of £1,000,000. 

He has previously released five stand-up DVDs, from 2006’s Live At The Theatre Royal to 2015’s  Crowd Ticker, while Voice of Reason was filmed for the BBC. 

Dara O Briain: So…Where Were We? 2022 tour dates

Tuesday  1 March: Buxton Opera House                                           
Thursday 3 March: Chester Storyhouse                                             
Friday 4 March: Stoke on Trent Victoria Hall                                      
Saturday 5 March : Reading Hexagon                                               
Thursday 10 March: Bexhill on Sea De La Warr Pavilion                      
Saturday 12 March: Ipswich Regent                                                  
Friday 18 March: Belfast Waterfront                                                  
Saturday 19 March: Belfast Waterfront                                              
Wednesday 23 March: Stockton Globe                                              
Thursday 24 March: Stockport Plaza                                                 
Friday 25 March: Halifax Victoria Theatre                                          
Sunday 8 May: Canterbury Marlowe Theatre
Friday 13 May: Plymouth Pavilions
Saturday 14 May: Cheltenham Centaur
Sunday 15 May: Northampton Royal and Derngate
Thursday 26 May: Portsmouth Kings Theatre
Friday 27 May: Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre
Saturday 4 June: Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Thursday 15 September: Bristol Hippodrome
Saturday 17 September: Liverpool Empire
Friday 30 September: Derry Millennium Forum
Saturday 1 October: Derry Millennium Forum
Thursday 6 October: Newcastle upon Tyne City Hall
Friday 7 October: Newcastle upon Tyne City Hall
Saturday 15 October: London Hammersmith Apollo
Wednesday 19 October: Aberdeen His Majesty’s Theatre
Saturday 22 October: Douglas, Isle of Man, Villa Marina
Thursday 3 November: Leicester De Montfort Hall
Saturday 5 November: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre
Sunday 6 November: Milton Keynes Milton Keynes Theatre                 
Saturday 19 November: Cambridge Corn Exchange                           
Friday 16 December: Leeds Grand Theatre

Published: 25 Oct 2021

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