Flo and Joan announce 2022 tour | 60 dates for musical duo's new Sweet Release show

Flo and Joan announce 2022 tour

60 dates for musical duo's new Sweet Release show

Flo & Joan have become the latest comedy act to announce a 2022 tour.

The musical siblings – real names Nicola and Rosie Dempsey – will play 60 dates next year running from February 2 to 19, followed by a stint at the Edinburgh Fringe,

Their new show is entitled Sweet Release, and is promoted with an image that looks like it’s come straight of a 1970s LP cover.

Promoters Avalon say of the show: ‘The musically talented and hilarious sisters are set to climb out of their pits, armed with a piano and percussion section to bring you a brand-new show of their critically acclaimed songs and comedy, poking around all the classic topics of the day: over-thinking, alien lovers and fringes.’

The Chortle award-winning duo have appeared on TV shows including Live at the Apollo, The Royal Variety Performance and Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club – while their special Alive On Stage is available on  Amazon Prime.

Other comedians t have announced their tours this week include Dara O Briain, Catherine Bohart and Maisie Adam.

Tickets for Sweet Release go on sale at 10am on Friday.

Flo & Joan: Sweet Release tour dates

2 February: Poole Lighthouse
3 February: Bath Komedia
4 February: Gloucester Guildhall
5 February: Portsmouth New Theatre Royal
6 February: Exeter Corn Exchange
9 February: Liverpool Playhouse
10 February: Bedford Corn Exchange
11 February: Kings Lynn Corn Exchange
12 February: Leicester Curve (Matinee)
12 February: Leicester Curve
16 February: Cardiff Sherman Theatre
17 February: Burnley Mechanics
18 February: Halifax Square Chapel Arts
20 February: Leeds City Varieties
24 February: Bradford Kings Hall Ilkley
25 February: Buxton Opera House
26 February: Norwich Playhouse
27 February: Norwich Playhouse
4 March: Nottingham Playhouse
5 March: Potters Bar Wyllyots Theatre
6 March: London Bloomsbury Theatre
8 March: Birmingham Town Hall
9 March: Stafford Gatehouse Theatre
10 March: Peterborough Key Theatre
12 March: Lancaster Dukes
13 March: London Bloomsbury Theatre
17 March: Corby Cube
19 March: Torrington Plough Arts Centre
20 March: Bristol Old Vic
30 April: Torquay Babbacombe Theatre
1 May: Taunton Brewhouse Theatre
4 May: Wellingborough Castle
6 May: Leamington Spa Centre
7 May: Hull Truck
8 May: Salford The Lowry
11 May Basingstoke The Haymarket
13 May: Stamford Corn Exchange
14 May: Loughborough Town Hall
15 May: Swindon Wyvern
18 May: Huddersfield Lawrence Batley
19 May: Durham Gala Theatre
20 May: Alnwick Playhouse
21 May: Aberdeen Lemon Tree
22 May: Glasgow Oran Mor
25 May: Stourbridge Town Hall
26 May: Newcastle Tyne Theatre & Opera House
29 May: Colchester Arts Centre
1 June: Dunstable Grove Theatre
2 June: Sheffield Leadmill
3 June: Harrogate Theatre
5 June: Crewe Lyceum Theatre
9 June: Maidenhead Norden Farm
10 June: Maidenhead Norden Farm
11 June: Chipping Norton Theatre
12 June: Cambridge Junction (Matinee)
12 June: Cambridge Junction
14 June: Brighton Komedia
15 June: Brighton Komedia
18 June: Belfast Limelight
19 June: Dublin Whelans
August: Edinburgh Fringe

Published: 27 Oct 2021

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