Eddie Izzard is back and he’s touring the UK again, in what will be his first tour in over fiver years.
His new start up tour will see him play a string of dates across the UK and Ireland starting next September in Bexhill on Sea in East Sussexx. From there he’ll go on to Birmingham, Brighton, Glasgow, and Nottingham before continuing across the UK and finishing the tour in November.
Tickets to the tour will go on sale at 10 Thursday 29 November from Ticketmaster here, so make sure to set your alarms.
The tour is part of a world tour, which will also see him play Europe, New Zealand, and more.
Get tickets to Eddie Izzard’s UK tour here .
Eddie Izzard, winning the Outstanding Achievement award at the The South Bank Sky Arts Awards
Eddie Izzard 2019 UK Tour Dates
- 15 September – De la Warr pavilion, Bexhill on Sea
- 17 – 20 September – The Alexandra, Birmingham
- 27 – 29 September – Brighton Dome, Brighton
- 2 – 6 October – King’s Theatre, Glasgow
- 9 – 10 October – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
- 11 October – Oxford New Theatre, Oxford
- 12 October – Pavillions, Plymouth
- 15 – 16 October – City Hall, Newcastle
- 17 – 18 October – Leeds Town Hall, Leeds
- 19 – 20 October – Festival Theatre, Edinburgh
- 23 – 24 October – Theatre Royal, Norwich
- 25 – 26 October – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
- 27 October – City Hall, Sheffield
- 30 October – 2 November – Palladium, London
- 5 – 6 November – Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
- 7 November – Liverpool Empire, Liverpool
- 8 – 10 November – O2 Apollo, Manchester
- 13 – 16 November – Olympia Theatre, Dublin
According to his website, the tour is described as a “rather personal show which expands on his own very unique, totally surreal view of life, love, history and his ‘theory of the universe’”.
He has recently taken part in a number of political movement against Brexit, the Conservatives and more since his last tour in 2013, where he toured 45 countries.
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