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Sara Pascoe announces UK tour date in Brighton – how to book Brighton News

Multi-award winning comedian Sara Pascoe has announced a massive 50 date tour across the UK and Ireland.

Billed as the biggest and best live tour of her life, Success Story will see the 40-year-old singer perform for the very first time in parts of the UK and Ireland.

The dates include a visit to the Brighton Dome on March 11.

The highly acclaimed comedian, writer and actor wrote and starred in the recent BBC2 sitcom Out Of Her Mind. She is also the host of BBC2’s The Great British Sewing Bee, BBC’s Last Woman On Earth, Dave’s Comedians Giving Lectures and Comedy Central’s Guessable.

How to Get Sara Pascoe’s Success Story Tour Tickets

Tickets for Sara Pascoe’s Success Story Tour are on sale now, available at the See Tickets website.

Prices vary based on individual sites.

The Argus: Sara Pascoe has announced her latest tour, Success Story.  Photo: Multitude MediaSara Pascoe has announced her latest tour, Success Story. Photo: Multitude Media

Where you can see the Sara Pascoe Success Story Tour

November 10 – The Beck Theatre, Hayes

11 November – Grove Theatre, Dunstable

November 12 – Alban Arena, St Albans

November 13 – Theater Royal Norwich

November 17 – Dorking Halls, Dorking

November 18 – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill

November 19 – Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone

November 20 – Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Hall

November 24 – York Barbican

November 25 – Octagon Centre, Sheffield

26 November – Lyceum Theatre, Crewe

December 1 – The Hawth, Crawley

December 2 – Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry

December 3 – The Engine Shed, Lincoln

January 26 – L’Hexagone, Reading

January 27 – Buxton Opera House

28 January – Middlesbrough Town Hall

29 January – Theater Royal and Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

February 2 – De Montfort Hall, Leicester

3 February – Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow

February 4 – Music Hall, Aberdeen

February 9 – Victoria Hall, Stoke-on-Trent

10 February – Ipswich Regent Theater

February 11 – The Forum, Bath

February 12 – The Shaftsbury Theatre, London

February 23 – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend

24 February – Kings Theatre, Portsmouth

February 25 – Westlands Entertainment Hall, Yeovil

March 2 – G Live, Guildford

March 3 – Cambridge Corn Exchange

March 4 – The Orchard Theatre, Dartford

March 10 – Royal & Derngate, Northampton

March 11 – Brighton Dome, Brighton

12 March – New Theatre, Oxford

16 March – Tyne Theater & Opera House, Newcastle

March 17 – Hull City Hall

March 18 – Palace Theatre, Manchester

March 19 – The Alexandra, Birmingham

March 23 – Vicar Street, Dublin

March 24 – The Everyman, Cork

March 25 – Ulster Hall, Belfast

March 30 – Aberystwyth Arts Center

March 31 – Cheltenham Town Hall

1 April – St David’s Hall, Cardiff

April 13 – Bournemouth Pavilion Theater

April 14 – Charter Hall, Colchester

April 15 – Milton Keynes Theater

April 20 – Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

April 21 – Royal Hall, Harrogate

April 22 – The Anvil, Basingstoke

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Source: www.theargus.co.uk
This notice was published: 2022-05-09 15:49:31

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