Rosie Jones's current live tour has today received a major extension.
Triple Threat was originally due to conclude at the end of November, but will now resume in February and run until the end of April.
Notably, the second date of the extended leg, on Saturday 10th February 2024 at Brighton's Theatre Royal, will be filmed for release at a later date.
A home for the show has not yet been secured, but Jones has established a successful relationship making programmes for Channel 4 and has just finished recording a new Comedy Central game show, Out Of Order, which she hosts.
Meanwhile, an increasing number of high profile stand-ups are releasing show recordings for free on YouTube.
Tour promoters tease: "Rosie Jones is currently on her first ever UK tour and, boy, she is loving it. Earlier this year [it] was nominated for Most Outstanding Show at the prestigious Melbourne Comedy Festival.
"Join Rosie as she ponders whether she is a national treasure, a little prick, or somewhere in between! This show is guaranteed to be full of unapologetic cheekiness, nonsensical fun and unadulterated JOY from the triple threat herself."
Tickets are now available from individual venues, and via rosiejonescomedy.com.
Saturday, 3 February: Abergavenny, Borough Theatre
Saturday, 10 February: Brighton, Theatre Royal
Sunday, 11 February: Leicester, The Y Theatre
Saturday, 17 February: Salisbury, Arts Centre
Saturday, 24 February: Basingstoke, The Haymarket
Sunday, 25 February: Birmingham, Old Rep
Tuesday, 5 March: Cardiff, Glee Club
Friday, 8 March: Northampton, Royal
Tuesday, 12 March: Barnard Castle, The Witham
Wednesday, 13 March: Durham, Gala Theatre
Thursday 14 March: Newcastle, Northern Stage
Friday, 15 March: Kendal, Brewery Arts Centre
Sunday, 17 March: Bristol, Tobacco Factory Theatre
Thursday, 21 March: Cheltenham, Town Hall (Pillar Room)
Sunday, 24 March: Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn
Tuesday, 26 March: Liverpool, Everyman Theatre
Wednesday, 27 March: Glasgow, Glee Club
Thursday, 28 March: Aberdeen, Lemon Tree
Thursday, 4 April: Ivybridge, The Watermark
Friday, 5 April: Bridport, Electric Palace
Saturday, 6 April: Taunton, Brewhouse
Monday, 8 April: London, Soho Theatre
Tuesday, 9 April: London, Soho Theatre
Wednesday, 10 April: Norwich, Playhouse
Saturday, 13 April: East Grinstead, Chequer Mead
Tuesday, 23 April: Dublin, Liberty Hall
Thursday, 25 April: Swansea, Taliesin