Get ready to laugh out loud! We’re counting down some of the biggest comedy tours to head to in 2023.
This year the much-loved British comedian and national treasure finally confirmed his return to stand-up after a 12-year hiatus.
Bolton’s finest has already kicked off his hugely anticipated ‘Better Late Than Never’ tour, with a massive run of shows scheduled throughout 2022-2025, including an historic residency at The O2 in London.
The award-winning comedian and creator/star of The Office (UK), An Idiot Abroad, and Netflix series After Life, is heading back out on the road in 2023.
Following his hugely successful 2021 ‘SuperNature’ Tour, followed by a string of work-in-progress shows this year, he has now confirmed the ‘Armageddon’ Tour for next year, with a bunch of extra dates just added due to demand.
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The American comedian and actor will bring his ‘Reality Check’ Tour to the UK in 2023.
The stand-up tour will be his first in four years after recently focusing on his film and TV career, which has seen him star in Central Intelligence and the Jumanji franchise alongside Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.
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The triple BAFTA winner and one of the UK’s biggest comedy stars has confirmed that he will be hitting the road once again in 2023 with his ‘The Black British Takeover Tour’.
The comedian will be joined by a host of headline acts for the run of shows, which will kick-off in the autumn.
After recently finishing up her ‘Bobby Dazzler’ UK tour, the comedian has announced her brand-new show ‘Late Bloomer’. Featuring over 100 dates, the extensive run of shows will kick-off in September 2023 and run all the way through to October 2024.
The Scottish comedian has announced the ‘Lap Of Shame’ Tour for 2023.
As well as embarking on numerous successful tours of the years, he has released a series of stand-up specials including ‘Frankie Boyle’s Autopsy’, ‘Frankie Goes to Russia’ and ‘Frankie Boyle’s Tramadol Nights’ as well as appeared on various popular panel shows such as ‘Mock the Week’ , ‘8 out of 10 Cats’ and ‘Have I Got News For You’.
Another comedy highlight heading to the UK from across the pond next year is Tom Segura’s ‘I’m Coming Everywhere’ Tour.
The American stand-up is best known for his Netflix specials and co-host of ‘Your Mom’s House’ podcast alongside his wife and fellow comedian Christina Pazsitzky.
The comedian will hit the road with his ‘Jibber Jabber Jamboree’ Tour in October 2023 through to March 2024.
The new run of shows will follow his hugely successful previous ‘Humournoid’ Tour as well as mark his 21st solo stand-up tour to date.
Other notable comedy tours to look out for next year include Russell Howard, Tom Allen, Maisie Adam and Russell Kane. Munya Chawawa will also embark on his much-anticipated debut headline tour, with Seann Walsh and Babatunde Aleshe both hitting the road fresh from the I’m A Celeb jungle.
Looking even further ahead and following a sell-out tour in 2022, Romesh Ranganathan is set to return with a brand-new show examining the human condition in 2024.