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Award-winning comedian John Bishop has confirmed details of a run of warm up shows.
The new tour will be the follow up to the comedian’s previous Winging It show, which sold out over 150 dates across the UK and received rave reviews. The DVD of the show was recorded at the London Palladium and released in November 2018.
Watch our throwback chat with John, as he was putting the finishing touches to his Winging It show at Edinburgh Festival Fringe back in 2017:
Breaking through in the early 2000s, John Bishop is one of the most popular stand up comedians in the UK, regularly selling out arenas across the country.
The Liverpool born comic has won numerous awards throughout his career, and in 2014 was given an honorary fellowship from the city’s John Moore’s University for his contribution to the arts, and for his extensive charity work.
A regular on television screens, John has also achieved huge success hosting shows and documentaries such as John Bishop’s Australia, John Bishop’s Britain, John Bishop’s Only joking, The John Bishop Show and John Bishop’s Ireland.
The funnyman has won plaudits for his John Bishop: In Conversation With… series, in which the comedian interviews some of the world’s most famous people. Guests who have appeared on the programme include James Corden, Russell Brand, Katie Price, Professor Brian Cox, Gabby Logan and Jeremy Corbyn.
Known for his observational humour, John will be prepping for his upcoming eighth show with a series of warm up dates taking place in 2020.
Here are the dates:
25 February 2020 – G Live, Guildford
26 February 2020 – G Live, Guildford
27 February 2020 – G Live, Guildford
28 February 2020 – City Hall, Salisbury
3 March 2020 – Derngate, Northampton
4 March 2020 – Rose Theatre, Kingston
5 March 2020 – New Wimbledon Theatre, London
6 March 2020 – Colosseum, Watford
11 March 2020 – The Anvil, Basingstoke
12 March 2020 – The Waterside, Aylesbury
13 March 2020 – Town Hall, Middlesbrough
1 April 2020 – Theatre Royal, Windsor
2 April 2020 – Theatre Royal, Windsor
3 April 2020 – Dorking Hall, Dorking
5 May 2020 – Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
6 May 2020 – Hexagon, Reading
19 May 2020 – Swan Theatre, High Wycombe
Tickets for the newly announced shows will be available from 10:00 on Thursday 12 December 2019 through Ticketmaster.co.uk..