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Following a hugely successful 2019 run, Julian Clary will take his show Born To Mince across the UK next spring.
The new run of dates kicks off in Portsmouth on Saturday 25 April 2020, taking in a total of 22 shows, finishing with a six-night residency at London’s UCL Bloomsbury.
Fans can get tickets for the shows 48 hours early through our presale.
The presale begins at 10:00 on Tuesday 24 September 2019.
“Are you ready for some filth? I know I am. Time once again for me to sally forth and pleasure the provinces with my particular brand of saucy innuendo,” says the comedian on the newly announced dates. “Let me at them!”
The original 2019 run of Clary’s outrageously camp Born To Mince show drew raves reviews, with The Times calling the comic “the master of camp comedy… mixing the expected with the spontaneous, he is pure entertainment”, in a four star write up.
Clary has been a mainstay of the British comedy scene since breaking through in the 1980s, touring globally with his critically acclaimed stand up shows The Mincing Machine Tour, My Glittering Passage, Lord of the Mince, Position Vacant: Apply Within, The Joy of Mincing and latest show, Born To Mince.
Alongside stand up, Clary will be familiar to UK TV audiences through his appearances on shows such as QI, Have I Got News For You and Whose Line Is It Anyway?.
The comic is a pantomime regular and for the past three years has appeared in The London Palladium’s productions of Snow White, Dick Whittington and Cinderella.
A renowned author, Julian has published several best-selling novels alongside three well-received children’s books.
Known for his unique brand of saucy humour, Julian Clary will bring his latest show Born To Mince to venues across the UK next spring.
Here are the dates:
25 April 2020 – New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth
26 April 2020 – The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
29 April 2020 – Music Hall, Aberdeen
30 April 2020 – Concert Hall, Perth
1 May 2020 – Philharmonic, Liverpool
2 May 2020 – Winding Wheen Theatre, Chesterfield
3 May 2020 – Old Vic, Bristol
6 May 2020 – Grand Theatre, Swansea
7 May 2020 – Town Hall, Loughborough
8 May 2020 – Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury
9 May 2020 – Victoria Theatre, Halifax
10 May 2020 – Grand Theatre, Blackpool
13 May 2020 – Dorking Halls
14 May 2020 – Pavilion Theatre, Worthing
15 May 2020 – Devonshire Park, Eastbourne
16 May 2020 – Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury
18 May 2020 – UCL Bloomsbury, London
19 May 2020 – UCL Bloomsbury, London
20 May 2020 – UCL Bloomsbury, London
21 May 2020 – UCL Bloomsbury, London
22 May 2020 – UCL Bloomsbury, London
23 May 2020 – UCL Bloomsbury, London