Laura Lexx announces first UK tour | Comedian's Choice winner hits the road

Laura Lexx announces first UK tour

Comedian's Choice winner hits the road

Laura Lexx has announced her first UK tour.

The comic, who appeared on Live At The Apollo last Christmas, is playing 24 dates spread out between February and June next year.

Her show, Knee Jerk, is about how hard it is to be a good person in a world that's furious over Brexit, carbon emissions, gender, plastics in the sea, nationality and more.

Lexx's peers have twice voted her best performer in the Comedian’s Choice awards.

Here is our review of the show, and below are the tour dates.

February 2020          

Wednesday 5: Maidenhead, Norden Farm
Thursday 6: London, Vaults Festival
Thursday 20: Leicester, The Cookie 

March 2020                           

Wednesday 4: Brighton, Komedia
Thursday 19: Leeds, Hyde Park Book Club
Friday 20: Wolverhampton, Bilston Town Hall

April 2020                                         

Saturday 18: Bristol, Tobacco Factory
Thursday: Worthing, Connaught Theatre Studio
Friday 24: York, The Basement
Saturday 25: Newcastle, The Stand

May 2020                               

Wednesday 20: Crawley, The Hawth
Tuesday 26: Edinburgh, The Stand
Wednesday 27: Glasgow, The Stand

June 2020                             

Wednesday 3: Salford, The Lowry
Thursday 4: Bordon, Phoenix Arts 
Friday 5: Northampton, Royal & Derngate Theatre 
Wednesday 10: Colchester, Arts Centre
Thursday 11: Bath, Rondo Theatre 
Friday 12: Birmingham, Glee
Saturday 13: Cambridge, Junction
Thursday 18: Oxford, Old Fire Station
Friday 19: Chorley, Little Theatre
Saturday 20: Stockton, ARC
Sunday 21: Sheffield, Leadmill

Published: 21 Nov 2019

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