2019 Preview: Best Comedy Tours 2019

Looking for a last minute gift that won't take up too much room under the Christmas tree? 2019 looks like a bumper year for comedy tours. The biggest one should have been Peter Kay's tour, but that was cancelled. Instead we have the following – in no particular order – to look forward to.

Jason Manford has extended his Muddle Class tour into 2019, kicking off again on January 17 at the Theatre Royal Norwich. Book here.

Rob Beckett is doing a new tour call Wallop! and has added extra dates. Details here.

Romesh Ranganathan's new Cynic's Mixtape tour starts in Southend on September 13, 2019 and currently ends at the Eventim Apollo on April 18, 2020. Book here.

Danny Baker has added dates to his Good Time Charlie's Back! tour including Scottish dates and London show at the Hackney Empire on May 19. Book here.

Ben Elton is returning to stand-up for the first time in, ooh, ages. His 53-date tour starts in Dublin on 27 September. Book here.

Tim Minchin will return to the stage for his first UK tour since 2011, starting in Ipswich on 15th October 2019. Book here.

Jonathan Pie is on tour with his Fake News Tour, starting at the York Barbican on October 4 and currently ending at Plymouth Pavilions on December 1. Book here. 

Stewart Francis the star of Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo has extended his farewell tour, Into The Punset, into 2019. Book here.

Russell Kane is on the road with The Fast and the Curious. Book here.

Seann Walsh is back on the road in 2019 with his rescheduled post-Strictly Come Dancing tour.

Multiple Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Kieran Hodgson is on tour with his show about the Common Market. Book here.

The Guilty Feminist Podcast is on the road. Book here.

Mash Report anchor Nish Kumar has extended his excellent show into 2019. Book here.

Another Mash Report star Rachel Parris is also touring in 2019. Book here. 

Mock The Week gagsmith Ed Gamble is on tour in 2019. Book here.

James Acaster is touring his acclaimed show Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999. Book here.

Daniel Sloss has extended his tour into 2019 following the success of his Netflix specials. Book here.

Bill Bailey is back for an arena tour of his hit show Larks in Transit. Book here.

Eddie Izzard is back with his new Wunderbar tour, starting on September 15 in Bexhill on Sea at the De la Warr Pavilion and including shows at the London Palladium. Book here.

Jerry Seinfeld. Strictly speaking not a tour, but well worth a trip to London in July. Book here.

Russell Howard returns to the UK's arenas with his new Respite tour, starting in Newcastle on September 19. Dates and tickets here.




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