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Mo Gilligan announces rescheduled 2021 shows

Catch one of the UK's biggest breakout comedy stars as he prepares for his huge world tour.

All tickets purchased through Ticketmaster for the original dates remain valid for the newly announced shows, and those affected will be contacted by our Customer Services team.

Stand-up comedian Mo Gilligan has rescheduled his forthcoming There’s Mo To Life tour to 2021.

All tickets purchased through Ticketmaster for the original dates remain valid for the newly announced shows, and those affected will be contacted by our Customer Services team.

It’s been a year since stand-up Mo Gilligan wrapped up his phenomenally successful Coupla Cans tour, and that’s far too long for fans to be without his high-energy comedy.

Thankfully, fresh from his smash Netflix special Momentum and his own Channel 4 TV series The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan, he’s announced he’ll be going out on the road again with his new live show There’s Mo To Life.

Mo will kick things off at Reading’s The Hexagon on 15 September 2021 and play across the country, including seven dates at London’s Eventim Apollo, before wrapping up at Birmingham’s Utilita Arena on 18 December 2021. From there, the rest of the world gets a little mo’ Mo, as he heads to the US, Australia and Europe.

Expect There’s Mo To Life to be full of his unique style of stand-up with its stunning physicality.

Mo has had an incredibly life-changing few years. He first made his name online, posting viral videos of sketches while juggling his full-time job working in a clothes store. When customers started recognising the funnyman, Mo knew he had to quit and follow his dreams of making comedy a full-time career.

 

Retail’s loss was comedy’s gain. Mo has appeared on TV shows such as The Russell Howard Hour, Live at the Apollo and Rob Delaney’s Stand Up Central. He’s also the co-host of Channel 4’s huge hit The Big Narstie Show, which is now airing its third series.

Over the past few years, Mo has been nominated for numerous awards as well as been named The Funniest Man in Britain by The Times.

“My favourite thing is performing live to those who like what I do,” said Mo, who is excited to get back out on the road again.


Mo Gilligan 2021 tour dates

There’s Mo To Life Tour 

15 September 2021 – The Hexagon, Reading
16 September 2021 – O2 Guildhall, Southampton
17 September 2021 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
22 September 2021 – O2 Academy, Leeds
23 September 2021 – O2 City Hall, Newcastle
24 September 2021 – The Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow
25 September 2021 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
29 September 2021 – St David’s Hall, Cardiff
30 September 2021 – Eventim Apollo, London
8 October 2021 – Eventim Apollo, London
9 October 2021 – Eventim Apollo, London
23 October 2021 – Eventim Apollo, London (matinee)
6 November 2021 – Dome, Brighton
7 November 2021 – New Theatre, Oxford
12 November 2021 – Eventim Apollo, London
13 November 2021 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
18 November 2021 – Eventim Apollo, London
25 November 2021 – Eventim Apollo, London
26 November 2021 – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
27 November 2021 – BIC Windsor Hall, Bournemouth
4 December 2021 – Guildhall, Portsmouth
11 December 2021 – City Hall, Sheffield
18 December 2021 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham


Original tickets remain valid. Remaining tickets for Mo Gilligan’s There’s Mo To Life tour are available now. Grab them through Ticketmaster.co.uk.

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