All dates and venues for Jason Manford's Like Me tour

Thursday, 9th July 2020, 1:56 pm
Updated Thursday, 9th July 2020, 1:58 pm

From starring in the new sitcom Scarborough to being the winner of the Masked Singer, it’s been a busy time for Jason Manford.

He has not toured since his Muddle Class show but has now announced a UK-wide tour for next year.

Like Me is Jason’s latest comic offering.

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“After the fun we had on my last tour Muddle Class, I’m excited to get back on the road with my new stand-up show Like Me.

“In these trying times it’s always important to be able to get away for a couple of hours and exercise the old chuckle muscle! So I’m coming to a venue near you in 2021 so we can have a good laugh together. See you then,” he said.

Tour dates for 2021:Chatham Central Theatre, January 27; The Cresset, Peterborough, January 28Dudley Town Hall, January 29 and 30; The Anvil, Basingstoke, February 3Cheltenham Town Hall, February 4; Watford Colosseum, February 5; St David’s Hall, Cardiff, February 6

Guildford G Live, February 10 and March 5; Orchard Theatre, Dartford, February 11; The Waterside, Aylesbury, February 12

Leicester De Montfort Hall, February 13; York Barbican, February 17 and 18City Hall, Newcastle, February 19; The Regent Theatre, Stoke-On-Trent, February 24; Buxton Opera House, February 25; Nottingham Concert Hall, February 26

Blackpool Grand Theatre, February 28; Woking New Victoria, March 3Richmond Theatre, March 4; Reading Hexagon, March 6; Dorking Halls, March 10; Charter Hall,

Colchester, 11; Warrington Parr Hall, March 17 and 18; Manchester Apollo Theatre, March 19 and 20Salisbury City Hall, March 24; Cambridge Corn Exchange, March 25; Southend Cliffs Pavilion, March 26

The Grove Theatre, Dunstable, April 14; Bath Forum, April 16; Queens Theatre, Barnstaple, April 17The Music Hall, Aberdeen, April 22; Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow, April 23; Edinburgh Playhouse, April 24; Caird Hall, Dundee, April 25

Portsmouth Guildhall, April 29; White Rock Theatre, Hastings, April 30Brentwood Leisure Centre, May 1; Scunthorpe Bath Halls, May 5 and May 12

Hull City Hall, May 6; Victoria Theatre, Halifax, May 7; Sheffield City Hall, May 8Chesterfield Winding Wheel, May 13; St George’s Hall, Bradford, May 14

King George’s Hall, Blackburn, May 15; Engine Shed, Lincoln, May 19Skegness Embassy Theatre, May 20; Grimsby Auditorium, May 21

Wimbledon The New Theatre, May 22; Alban Arena, St Albans, June 9High Wycombe Swan, June 11; Southampton Guildhall Theatre, June 12; William Aston Hall, June 16Kendal Leisure Centre, June 17; Carlisle Sands Centre, June 18; Dunfermline Alhambra Theatre, June 19

Northampton Derngate, June 23; King’s Lynn Corn Exchange, June 24; Lowestoft Marina Theatre, June 25; Felixstowe Spa Pavilion, June 26; Hawth Theatre, Crawley, June 30; Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, July 1; Meres Leisure Centre, Grantham, July 2

Regent Theatre, Ipswich, July 3; Middlesbrough Town Hall, July 7; Grimsby Auditorium, July 8; Bridlington Spa Pavilion, July 9Scarborough Grand Hall, July 10

Chester Story House, July 21 and 22; Doncaster Dome, July 23; Stockport Plaza Theatre, July 24Harrogate Convention Centre, July 29; Darlington Hippodrome, July 31; Ulster Hall, Belfast Hall, September 9 and 10

Derry Millenium Forum, September 11; Galway Town Hall Theatre, September 15; LimerickUCH, September 16; Cork Opera House, September 17Dublin Vicar Street, September and 18 Glasgow SSE Hydro, September 23; Aberdeen P&J Live, September 25; Plymouth Pavilions, September 30Brighton Centre, October 2; Liverpool M&S Bank Arena, October 6; Birmingham Arena, October 7, London Palladium, October 8 and 9

Blackpool Opera House, October 13, DerbyArena, October 14Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, October 16; Hull Bonus Arena, October 20Leeds

First Direct Arena, October 21Newcastle Utilita Arena, October 22Manchester Arena, October 23.

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