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Ben Elton

Ben Elton set to embark on huge headline tour across the UK this September, October and November!

Following the huge success of his critically acclaimed sold-out UK tour in 2019, which marked his return to stand up after a 15 year hiatus, the comedy legend is going back on the road with a brand new live show – Authentic Stupidity.

Taking in 54 dates across the UK & Ireland, the tour opens at York Barbican on 1st September and culminates in London’s West End on 18th November.

Ben Elton’s multi-award-winning career spans over four decades and includes seminal and ground-breaking television shows (The Young Ones, Blackadder, Upstart Crow), West End plays (Popcorn, Upstart Crow), West End musicals (We Will Rock You, The Beautiful Game, Close up: The Twiggy Musical), best-selling novels (Stark, Dead Famous, Two Brothers) and feature films (Maybe Baby, Three Summers, All is True).

Tickets for the upcoming tour are on sale now.

Don’t miss, Ben Elton live across the UK this autumn.

Ben Elton – Authentic Stupidity UK Tour dates:

York, Barbican – Sun 1st
Newcastle, Tyne Theatre and Opera House – Mon 2nd
Edinburgh, Queen’s Hall – Tue 3rd
Glasgow, Pavilion Theatre – Wed 4th
Aberdeen, Music Hall – Thu 5th
Warrington, Parr Hall – Sat 7th
Nottingham, Theatre Royal – Sun 8th
Birmingham, Symphony Hall – Mon 9th
Sheffield, City Hall – Tue 10th
Cambridge, Corn Exchange – Wed 11th
Bristol, Beacon – Thu 12th
Milton Keynes Theatre – Sun 15th
High Wycombe, Swan Theatre – Mon 16th
Bedford, Corn Exchange – Tue 17th
Colchester, Charter Hall – Thu 19th
Hayes, Beck Theatre – Fri 20th
St Albans, Alban Arena – Sat 21st
Basingstoke, Anvil Theatre – Sun 22nd
Guildford, G Live – Mon 23rd
Leeds, Playhouse – Fri 27th
Swindon, Wyvern Theatre – Sat 28th
Cardiff, New Theatre – Sun 29th

Wolverhampton, Grand Theatre – Wed 2nd
Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre – Thu 3rd
Stevenage, Gordon Craig Theatre – Fri 4th
Ipswich, Corn Exchange – Sat 5th
Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre – Sun 6th
Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre – Mon 7th
Salford, The Lowry – Thu 10th
Oxford, New Theatre – Fri 11th
Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall – Sat 12th
Woking, New Victoria Theatre – Sun 13th
Southend, Cliffs Pavilion – Mon 14th
Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall – Tue 15th
Poole, Lighthouse – Sat 19th
Portsmouth, Guildhall – Sun 20th
Hastings, White Rock Theatre – Mon 21st
Weston-Super-Mare, Playhouse – Thu 24th
Barnstaple, Queen’s Theatre – Fri 25th
Yeovil, Octagon Theatre – Sat 26th
Torquay, Princess Theatre – Sun 27th

Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall – Sun 3rd
Leicester, De Montfort Hall – Mon 4th
Northampton, Royal and Derngate – Wed 6th
Worthing, Assembly Halls – Thu 7th
Crawley, Hawth Theatre – Fri 8th
Weymouth, Pavilion Theatre – Sat 9th
Brighton, Theatre Royal – Mon 11th
Lincoln, Engine Shed – Thu 14th
Chatham, Central Theatre – Fri 15th
Dorking Halls – Sat 16th
London, Lyceum Theatre – Mon 18th