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Lee Nelson Confirms Extra Serious Joker Tour Dates Due To Demand

Wednesday, 24 January 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Lee Nelson has extended his Serious Joker stand up tour with extra dates during spring and into summer.

Due to demand (and to cover his legal fees), the comedian has confirmed additional shows starting in early May and culminating at the end of June.

Tickets are on general sale at 10am on January 25, priced £20.00 plus fees. Click here for pre-sale tickets.

Lee Nelson Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed May 02 2018 - PETERBOROUGH Crescent
Thu May 03 2018 - CARDIFF Glee Club
Fri May 11 2018 - LEEDS City Varieties
Sat May 12 2018 - MONMOUTH Savoy Theatre
Wed May 16 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Old Rep Theatre
Fri May 18 2018 - STAMFORD Corn Exchange
Mon May 21 2018 - STEVENAGE Gordon Craig Theatre
Fri May 25 2018 - EVESHAM Arts Theatre
Sun May 27 2018 - ST ALBANS St Alban Arena
Wed May 30 2018 - LONDON Leicester Square Theatre
Thu June 07 2018 - TAUNTON Brewhouse Theatre
Fri June 08 2018 - DORSET Weymouth Pavailion
Sat June 09 2018 - DRADLETT Radlett Centre
Fri June 15 2018 - HERTFORD Hertford Theatre
Sat June 16 2018 - TORQUAY Babbacombe Theatre
Thu June 21 2018 - MILTON KEYNES Stables
Fri June 22 2018 - HENLEY-ON-THAMES Kenton Theatre
Sat June 23 2018 - MARGATE Theatre Royal
Wed June 27 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Mansfield Palace Theatre
Thu June 28 2018 - GREAT YARMOUTH Britannia Pier
Fri June 29 2018 - FLEET Harlington
Sat June 30 2018 - HIGH WYCOMBE Wycombe Swan

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