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 – Joe Lycett

 

Tour Dates:  

10th May – Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
111th May – Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
12th May – The Engine Shed, Lincoln
13th May – Grand Opera House, York
24th May – Vicar Street, Dublin
25th May – Tyne Theatre & Opera House, Newcastle
26th May – New Theatre, Oxford
27th May – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
30th May – Norwich Playhouse, Norwich
1st June – William Aston Hall, Wrexham
2nd June – Palace Theatre, Manchester
3rd June – Corn Exchange, Beford
6th June – Palace Theatre, Manchester
7th June – Salisbury Hall, Salisbury
8th June – Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith
9th June – Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith
10th June – Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith
12th June – 02 Academy, Glasgow
13th June – Concert Hall, Perth
14th June – Whitla Hall, Belfast
17th July – Swansea Grand Theatre, Swansea
18th July – Alban Arena, St Albans
19th July – Alban Arena, St Albans
22nd July – Regent’s Park Theatre
27th July – Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen
28th July – Royal Spa Centre, Leamington Spa
5th September – Hull City Hall, Hull
6th September – Victoria Hall, Stoke On Trent
7th September – Dudley Town Hall, Dudley
13th September – Webster Theatre, Arbroath
14th September – Tivoli Theatre, Aberdeen
15th September – Tivoli Theatre, Aberdeen
17th September -Eden Court Theatre, Inverness
20th September – Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone
21st September – The Woodville, Gravesend
23rd September – Princess Theatre, Torquay
27th September – Shrewsbury Theatre, Shrewsbury
28th September – Southport Theatre, Southport
29th September – Middlesbrough Town Hall, Middlesbrough
3rd October – Portsmouth Guildhall, Portsmouth
4th October – BIC, Bournemouth
5th October – Brighton Dome, Brighton
23rd October – City Hall, Sheffield
24th October – Tyne Theatre and Opera House, Newcastle
25th October – Tyne Theatre and Opera House, Nwecastle
28th October – Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes
30th October – Leeds Town Hall, Leeds
1st November – King Georges Hall, Blackburn
3rd November – Assembly Halls, Tunbridge Wells
7th November – Edinburgh PLayhouse, Edinburgh
8th November – Watford Colosseum, Watford
9th November – St Davids Hall, Cardiff
 11th November – Liverpool Echo Arena, Liverpool
12th November – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
14th November – Cliffs Pavillion, Southend
15th November – Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry
16th November – Beck Theatre, Hayes
17th November – Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe
23rd November – Reading Hexagon, Reading
24th November – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
26th November – Aldersley Leisure Village, Wolverhampton
27th November – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
30th November – White Rock Theatre, Hastings.

Ticket Prices: Varies at each location but around £20-25ish

About: In the past year if you have not seen Mister Lycett on the stage then you may of read his book, Parsnips, Buttered, seen him create a fabulous bath cake on the celebrity version of the Great British Bake Off or eagerly awaiting the return of The Great British Sewing Bee with him as the new host. Yes, Mister Joe Lycett is everywhere and he is about to head out on the road again with his brand new tour ‘I’m About To Lose Control And I Think Joe Lycett.’

The show is sure not to dissapoint as it will include lots of fun anecdotes about who has irritated Joe recently and his trolling adventures online and in letters. This year’s show is set to make you laugh lots and if you are looking for a fun night out then definitely book tickets to this tour. Make sure to book your tickets soon though as some of the venue’s have ready sold out!