My Dad Wrote A Porno announces UK tour

Monday 20th November 2017, 12:20pm

My Dad Wrote A Porno. Image shows from L to R: Alice Levine, Jamie Morton, James Cooper.

The stars behind the My Dad Wrote A Porno podcast have announced their first full UK tour.

Jamie Morton, Alice Levine and James Cooper will perform the live adaptation of their show at 22 dates around the country in 2018. The news follows on from a limited run of shows, which sold out across the world in minutes.

My Dad Wrote A Porno sees Morton read chapters of Belinda Blinked, the erotic series of novels his father has written, in the presence of friends Levine and Cooper. Much of the humour comes from how terrible his dad's prose is.

The podcast is a smash hit, with the show now approaching the 100 million downloads mark. The show counts Hollywood stars amongst its fanbase. Series 4 of the podcast will be recorded in 2018, and work is now underway on the idea of making a film based on the books too.

The live show sees Jamie read the 'lost chapter' from his dad's notoriously brilliant saga.

Tickets are available on pre-sale tomorrow, Tuesday 21st November, at 10am via seetickets.com, on Wednesday 22nd November at 10am via ticketmaster.co.uk, on Thursday 23rd November at 10am via tickets.amazon.co.uk and on general sale via their from Friday 24th November at 10am.

Listen to the first episode of My Dad Wrote A Porno below. All episodes

2018 Tour Dates

Bristol (Colston Hall): 16th April
Edinburgh (Playhouse) 18th April
Glasgow (King's Theatre): 19th April
Stoke (Regent Theatre): 20th April
Birmingham (Symphony Hall): 25th April
York (Barbican): 26th April
Southend (Pavilions): 27th April
Cardiff (St David's Hall): 30th April
Sheffield (City Hall): 1st May
Leicester (De Montfort Hall): 2nd May
Woking (New Victoria Theatre): 7th May
Portsmouth (Guildhall): 8th May
Manchester (Opera House): 11th May
London (Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre): 14th May
Cambridge (Corn Exchange): 15th May
Newcastle (City Hall): 17th May
Warwick (Arts Centre): 19th May
Liverpool (Empire Theatre): 31st May
Oxford (New Theatre): 3rd June
Brighton (Theatre Royal): 4th June
Reading (The Hexagon): 6th June
Nottingham (Royal Concert Hall) 7th June

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