A brand new year brings lots of brand new tours! Each month we will be choosing the best tour that you should go and see. Some will be just as the month turns and if this happens then we will post the blog article a little bit early so you have time to purchase tickets. So without further ado lets delve straight into the choice of the month – John Robins

Tour Dates:

January

25 – Leamington, Spa Pavillion

26 – Leeds, City Varieties

27 – Northampton, Theatre Royal 

February

  2 – Tunbridge Wells, The Trinity Centre 

  6 – Canterbury Gulbenkian

  7 – Brighton Komedia 

  8 – Lincoln, The Engine Shed

  9 – Bristol, The Redgrave Theatre 

10 – Bristol, The Redgrave Theatre 

11 – Oxford Glee Club

13 – Bridport, The Electric Palace

15 – Leicester, The Y Theatre 

16 – Carlisle, The Old Fire Station 

17 – Whitehaven, Rosehill Theatre 

18 – Edinburgh, The Stand 

19 – Glasgow, The Stand 

20 – Newcastle, The Stand

21 – Sheffield, Memorial Hall 

23 – Swindon Arts Centre

24 – Liverpool, Epstein Theatre

25 – Salford, The Lowry 

27 – Norwich Arts Centre 

28 – West End Centre, Aldershot 

March

  1 – Banbury, Mill Arts Centre 

  2 – Bath, Rondo Theatre

  3 – Bath, Rondo Theatre 

  4 – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms

  6 – Exeter, The Phoenix 

  8 – Maidenhead, Norden Farm Arts Centre

  9 – Hemel Hempstead, The Old Town Hall 

10 – Cambridge, The Junction 

11 – Salford, The Lowry 

13 – Hemel Hempstead, The Old Town Hall 

14 – London, Leicester Square Theatre 

15 – London, Leicester Square Theatre 

16 – London, Leicester Square Theatre 

17 – London, Leicester Square Theatre 

18 – Cardiff Glee Club 

21 – Birmingham Glee Club 

22 – Nottingham Glee Club 

24 – Salford, The Lowry

26 – Derby Theatre 

27 – Colchester Arts Centre

28 – Cambridge, The Junction 

29 – Stockton, The Arc 

30 – Durham, The Gala Theatre

31 – Milton Keynes, The Stables 

April

  3 – Norwich Playhouse

  4 – Leamington, Spa Pavillion

  5 – Cardiff Glee Club

  7 – Potters Bar, Wyllyots Theatre 

  8 – Basingstoke, The Haymarket Theatre 

10 – Maidstone, Hazlitt’s Theatre 

11 – Frome, Cheese and Grain

12 – Oxford Glee Club

13 – Melton Mowbry, Melton Theatre 

14 – Horsham, Capital Theatre

17 – Brighton Komedia

18 – Bath Komedia

20 – Barnsley Civic Theatre 

24 – Nottingham Playhouse Theatre 

25 – Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre 

26 – London, Apollo – (+ WELSH SUPPORT)

 

Ticket Prices: varied depending what venue you see him at – on average around £15

About: He was one of the big winners at Edinburgh Fringe last year and is a regular host and radio presenter on Radio X; this year he is going on tour with his award winning show The Darkness of Robins. The show explorers the world of Robins and dealing with life after you break up with your long term girlfriend. The show has received raving reviews from many critics so if you want to kick off your 2018 with a bang, then this is the show for you.