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, coming off of Podcast Month it is only right that we talk about the most talked about podcast at the moment – My Dad Wrote A Porno Live

Tour Dates:

Monday 16th April – Colston Hall, Bristol

Wednesday 18th April – Edinburgh Playhouse, Edinburgh

Thursday 19th April – The Kings Theatre, Glasgow

Friday 20th April – Regent Theatre, Stoke-On-Trent

Wednesday 25th April – Symphony Hall, Birmingham 

Thursday 26th April – Barbican Theatre, York
Friday 27th April – Cliffs Pavillion, Southend
Monday 30th April – St Davids Hall, Cardiff
Tuesday 1st May – City Hall, Sheffield
Wednesday 2nd  May – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
Monday 7th May – New Victoria Theatre, Woking
Tuesday 8th May – Guildhall, Portsmouth
Friday 11th May – Opera House Manchester, Manchester
Tuesday 15th May – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
Thursday 17th May – City Hall, Newcastle
Saturday 19th May – Butterworth Hall, Warwick Arts Centre
Thursday 31st May – Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool
Sunday 3rd June – New Theatre, Oxford
Monday 4th June – Theatre Royal, Brighton
Wednesday 6th June – The Hexagon, Reading
Thursday 7th June – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Thursday 21st June – Royal Albert Hall, London

Ticket Prices: Depends on the venue

About: It’s not everyday that you associate a comedy show with Porno, especially a podcast and it is even RARER to have a Podcast that is so popular that due to high demand it has to tour around the country – including the iconic Royal Albert Hall. Yes, you heard that correctly, porn is coming to the Royal Albert Hall.

Now, if you have not heard of this really popular podcast then let me welcome you to it now. My Dad Wrote a Porno is a British comedy podcast hosted by Jamie Morton, James Cooper and Alice Levine. Jamies father has decided in his retirement to write his own series of erotic fiction and it is like nothing you have ever heard before. With bad grammar, ridiculous descriptions and questionable plot lines – these books have been the centre of comedy and have created a cult like following.

The podcast has had over a whopping 100 million downloads worldwide and has lead to hueg A list stars appearing in a mid week show called Footnotes as the show has grown from strength to strength. Past guests have included Elijah Wood, George Ezra, Joe Lycett and Michael Sheen.

If you want to go to this live show expect a lot of laughter from them reading parts of the books, discussions involving pomegranates that may make you never look at one in the same way again and a lot of embarrassment for poor Jamie.