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Ben Elton Announces Return To Stand-Up Comedy After 15 Years With 2019 UK And Ireland Tour

Thursday, 06 December 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Ben Elton has announced he's returning to the road in 2019 with a new stand-up show.

After a 15 year absence, the comedian will kick off the 53-date tour in Dublin on September 27 before travelling across the UK, wrapping up in Torquay on November 30. He's also lined up a string of work in progress shows prior to the tour. 

Tickets go on general sale at 9am on December 10.

Ben Elton Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat September 14 2019 - FROME Cheese and Grain
Sun September 15 2019 - ANDOVER Lights
Mon September 16 2019 - NEWBURY Corn Exchange
Tue September 17 2019 - WORCESTER Huntingdon Hall
Thu September 19 2019 - NEWARK Palace
Fri September 20 2019 - CLEETHORPES Parkway
Sat September 21 2019 - LANCASTER Grand
Sun September 22 2019 - WREXHAM William Aston Hall
Mon September 23 2019 - STAFFORD Gatehouse
Fri September 27 2019 - DUBLIN Olympia Theatre
Sat September 28 2019 - BELFAST Ulster Hall
Mon September 30 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Playhouse
Tue October 01 2019 - GLASGOW Pavilion
Wed October 02 2019 - INVERNESS Eden Court
Thu October 03 2019 - ABERDEEN Music Hall
Fri October 04 2019 - EDINBURGH Queens Hall
Mon October 07 2019 - MIDDLESBROUGH Town Hall
Tue October 08 2019 - HULL City Hall
Wed October 09 2019 - SCUNTHORPE Baths
Thu October 10 2019 - SOUTHPORT Theatre
Fri October 11 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Tyne Theatre
Sat October 12 2019 - BRIDLINGTON Spa
Mon October 14 2019 - YORK Barbican
Tue October 15 2019 - LIVERPOOL Philharmonic
Wed October 16 2019 - LEEDS Town Hall
Thu October 17 2019 - LEICESTER De Montfort Hall
Fri October 18 2019 - CHESTERFUIELD Winding Wheel
Sat October 19 2019 - WARRINGTON Parr Hall
Sun October 20 2019 - BATH Theatre Royal
Tue October 22 2019 - BIRMINGHAM Town Hall
Wed October 23 2019 - COVENTRY WAC
Thu October 24 2019 - MANCHESTER Lowry
Fri October 25 2019 - NORTHAMPTON Derngate
Mon October 28 2019 - TUNBRIDGE WELLS Assembly Hall
Wed October 30 2019 - COLCHESTER Charter Hall
Thu October 31 2019 - CHATHAM Central
Fri November 01 2019 - FOLKESTONE Leas Cliff Hall
Sat November 02 2019 - SOUTHEND Cliffs Pavilion
Mon November 04 2019 - WYCOMBE Swan
Tue November 05 2019 - BASINGSTOKE Anvil
Wed November 06 2019 - SALISBURY City Hall
Thu November 07 2019 - CARDIFF St Davids Hall
Fri November 08 2019 - POOLE Lighthouse
Sat November 09 2019 - BARNSTAPLE Queens Theatre
Mon November 11 2019 - EASTBOURNE Congress Theatre
Tue November 12 2019 - SOUTHAMPTON Guildhall
Wed November 13 2019 - READING Hexagon
Thu November 14 2019 - WORTHING Assembly Hall
Fri November 15 2019 - CRAWLEY Hawth Theatre
Sat November 16 2019 - WATFORD Colosseum
Mon November 18 2019 - GUILDFORD G Live
Tue November 19 2019 - AYLESBURY Waterside
Wed November 20 2019 - CANTERBURY Marlowe
Thu November 21 2019 - IPSWICH Corn Exchange
Fri November 22 2019 - PETERBOROUGH Cresset
Sat November 23 2019 - LINCOLN Engine Shed
Mon November 25 2019 - BLACKBURN King Georges Hall
Tue November 26 2019 - STOKE Victoria Hall
Wed November 27 2019 - LANDUDNO Venue Cymru
Thu November 28 2019 - SWANSEA Brangwyn Hall
Fri November 29 2019 - WESTERN SUPERMARE Playhouse
Sat November 30 2019 - TORQUAY Princess Theatre

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