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Paul Merton Announces Impro Chums Comedy Tour

Wednesday, 25 April 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Paul Merton will hit the road with his Impro Chums in 2019.

The improvised comedy tour will feature Merton alongside Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch, Suki Webster, Mike McShane and accompanist Kirsty Newton. Tickets go on sale at 10am on April 26.

Paul Merton Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri April 05 2019 - BRIGHTON Dome
Sat April 06 2019 - BEXHILL ON SEA De La Warr Pavilion
Mon April 08 2019 - TUNBRIDGE WELLS Assembly Hall
Tue April 09 2019 - AYLESBURY Waterside Theatre
Sun April 14 2019 - ISLE OF MAN Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre
Mon April 15 2019 - CAMBRIDGE West Road Concert Hall
Tue April 16 2019 - BOURNEMOUTH Pavilion
Tue April 23 2019 - HIGH WYCOMBE Swan Theatre
Fri April 26 2019 - PORTSMOUTH New Theatre Royal
Sat April 27 2019 - BASINGSTOKE Anvil
Sun April 28 2019 - DORSET Weymouth Pavilion
Tue April 30 2019 - NORTHAMPTON Royal and Derngate
Fri May 03 2019 - YEOVIL Octagon Theatre
Sat May 04 2019 - BARNSTAPLE Quees Theatre
Sun May 05 2019 - WESTON SUPER MARE Playhouse Theatre
Mon May 06 2019 - SWINDON Wyvern Theatre
Fri May 10 2019 - SHREWSBURY Theatre Severn
Sat May 11 2019 - WARWICK Arts Centre
Sun May 12 2019 - SALFORD Lowry
Mon May 13 2019 - BURNLEY Mechanics
Fri May 24 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Playhsuoe
Sun May 26 2019 - KINGS LYNN Corn Exchange
Mon May 27 2019 - PETERBOROUGH Cresset
Tue May 28 2019 - DARTFORD Orchard Theatre
Fri May 31 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Tyne Theatre
Sat June 01 2019 - YORK Grand Opera House
Sun June 02 2019 - LEEDS City Varieties
Tue June 04 2019 - BROMLEY Churchill Theatre
Fri June 07 2019 - NEWPORT Riverfront
Sat June 08 2019 - PORTHCAWL Grand Pavilion
Sun June 09 2019 - CHELTENHAM Everyman Theatre
Mon June 10 2019 - ST ALBANS Alban Arena
Tue June 11 2019 - SOUTHEND ON SEA Palace Theatre

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