Tom Allen announces extra UK tour dates: tickets and presale info


Tom Allen has announced extra UK tour dates and tickets go on sale soon. (Carla Speight/Getty Images)

Tom Allen has announced extra dates on his huge headline UK and Ireland tour – and tickets go on sale soon.

It’s part of the Completely Tourwhich the comedian is currently in the middle of, performing sold out shows across the UK.

He’s now extended the tour into 2023, with new dates planned between September and November.

Fans can get their hands on tickets from 10am on 23 September via Ticketmaster, ATG Tickets and See Tickets,

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The new dates include a London show at the Eventim Apollo, shows in Leeds, Glasgow, Brighton, Newcastle and Sheffield.

The show sees Allen talk about finally moving out of his parents’ house at the age of 40.

The description says, “he’s eager to share his life updates, get your opinions on his vegetable patch and delve into the protocol of inviting friends with children for dinner”.

As well as his stand-up shows, Allen is best known for hosting the likes of The Apprentice: You’re Fired and featuring on Bake Off: An Extra Slice and There’s Something About Movies,

You can find out the full 2023 tour schedule and how to get tickets below.

How to get Tom Allen tickets

Tickets for Tom Allen’s 2023 tour dates between September and November go on sale at 10am on 23 September.

Fans can get them from Ticketmaster, See Tickets and ATG Tickets,

Meanwhile limited tickets are still available for his shows between February and June in 2023.

Fans can also sign up to his mailing list at tomindeed.com to access presale tickets.

Tom Allen 2023 UK and Ireland tour dates

  • 1 February – Memorial Theater, Frome
  • 2 February – Hereford Courtyard
  • 3 February – Festival Drayton Centre, Market Drayton
  • 4 February – Gatehouse, Stafford
  • 5 February – Town Hall, Stourbridge
  • 8 February – Halls, Dorking
  • 10 February – Beck Theater, Hayes
  • 11-12 February – Civic Theater, Chelmsford
  • 15 February – Town Hall, Loughborough
  • 16 February – Corn Exchange, Kings Lynn
  • 17 February – Marina, Lowestoft
  • 23 February – Park and Dare, Treorchy
  • 24 February – Arts Centre, Aberystwyth
  • 25 February – The Hawth, Crawley
  • 2 March – Corn Exchange, Bedford
  • 4 March – The Apex, Bury St Edmunds
  • 5 March – Engine Shed, Lincoln
  • 9 March – Oakengates, Telford
  • 10 March – The Hafren, Newtown
  • 11-12 March – Storyhouse, Chester
  • 16-17 March – Opera House, Buxton
  • 18 March – Muni, Colne
  • 19 March – Royal Hall, Harrogate
  • 23 March – Central Theatre, Chatham
  • 25 March – Assembly Hall, Worthing
  • 26 March – De La War Pavilion, Bexhill
  • 30 March – Queen’s Theater, Barnstaple
  • 31 March – Princess Pavilion, Falmouth
  • 1 April – Regal Theater, Redruth
  • 2 April – Westlands, Yeovil
  • 28-29 April – G Live, Guildford
  • 6 May – Villa Marina, Douglas (IoM)
  • 11-12 May – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
  • 13-14 May – Pavilion, Bournemouth
  • 19 May – Hippodrome, Birmingham
  • 21 May – Town Hall, Cheltenham
  • 25 May – The Anvil, Basingstoke
  • 27 May – City Hall, Hull
  • 28 May – Barbican, York
  • 2-3 June – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend on Sea
  • 4 June – Swan, High Wycombe
  • 8 June – Millennium Forum, Derry
  • 9 June – Ulster Hall, Belfast
  • 1 September – Plaza, Stockport
  • 2 September – The Globe, Stockton on Tees
  • 3 September – Grand Theater, Leeds
  • 7 September – Music Hall, Aberdeen
  • 8 September – Theater Royal, Glasgow
  • 23 September – Marlowe, Canterbury
  • 30 September – Kings Theatre, Portsmouth
  • 7 October – Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry
  • 11 October – Mayflower, Southampton
  • 14 October – Dome, Brighton
  • 18 October – University College Hall, Limerick
  • 19 October – Opera House, Cork
  • 20 October – Olympia, Dublin
  • 28 October – Tyne Theater, Newcastle
  • 3-4 November – Churchill Theatre, Bromley
  • 9 November – City Hall, Sheffield
  • 10 November – Victoria Hall, Stoke on Trent
  • 18 November – Eventim Apollo, London
  • 25 November – New Theatre, Oxford

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