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No Such Thing As A Fish Announce UK And Ireland Dates For 2019

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Podcasters No Such Thing As A Fish have confirmed UK and Ireland dates for 2019.

The team, who are researchers and writers on the BBC TV show QI, will head out at the end of February, with things getting underway at Aberdeen’s Tivoli Theatre.

The majority of dates are on sale at 10am on September 20, with Salford on the following day. Details of a Norwich stop will follow next month.

No Such Thing As A Fish Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Thu February 28 2019 - ABERDEEN Tivoli Theatre
Fri March 01 2019 - GLASGOW Kings Theatre Glasgow
Sun March 03 2019 - CAMBRIDGE Cambridge Corn Exchange
Fri March 08 2019 - UFFCULME Venue
Sat March 09 2019 - BARNSTAPLE Queens Theatre
Sun March 10 2019 - REDRUTH Regal Theatre
Wed March 13 2019 - CARDIFF St David's Hall
Sat March 16 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Tyne Theatre & Opera House
Sun March 17 2019 - MANCHESTER Lowry
Sat March 23 2019 - BIRMINGHAM Town Hall
Sun March 24 2019 - EDINBURGH Kings Theatre Edinburgh
Thu March 28 2019 - SHEFFIELD City Hall
Fri March 29 2019 - DUBLIN Vicar Street
Fri April 05 2019 - OXFORD New Theatre Oxford

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