Find out more about the rescheduled UK premiere live concert performance.
Joseph “Joe” Gatto, James “Murr” Murray, Brian “Q” Quinn, and Salvatore “Sal” Vulcano have announced that they’ll be returning to the UK in October 2019 with a brand new show.
Collectively known as the The Tenderloins, the quartet rose to fame on the reality TV programme, Impractical Jokers.
Premiering on TruTV in December 2011, the hidden camera series sees the friends coerce one another into doing public pranks. It quickly set itself apart from its contemporaries by filling the show with clever humour rather than slapstick or crude comedy.
Recent pranks have seen members of The Tenderloins fall instantly head-over-heels for a stranger, make some unusual suggestions in a city planning meeting, and attempt to gift-wrap shoppers’ groceries in a supermarket.
Below, watch the team try to persuade unsuspecting diners that they are defrosting a koala in the restaurant’s basement.
In early 2018, TruTV announced the renewal of Impractical Jokers, taking it into its eight season. The 26 brand new episodes are set to be aired from February 2019, with a feature-length film also in the works.
The live shows see the four-piece bring their improv and comedy experiences to stages across the UK, blended with footage and associated stories from the hit TV show.
Their Cranjis McBasketball tour reaches the UK and Ireland on Thursday 10 October 2019, running through until Sunday 20 October 2019 in Dublin and including a night at London’s The O2.
Tickets will be available through a Ticketmaster presale from 10:00 on Thursday 7 February 2019.
Here are those all-important tour dates:
10 October 2019 – Waterfront, Belfast
11 October 2019 – Arena Birmingham, Birmingham
12 October 2019 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
13 October 2019 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
14 October 2019 – Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth
15 October 2019 – The SSE Arena, Glasgow
16 October 2019 – Manchester Arena, Manchester
17 October 2019 – The O2, London
20 October 2019 – 3Arena, Dublin
Tickets will be priced between £25 and £55, excluding fees, across all UK dates.