League Of Gentlemen Live Again! dates announced

Friday 15th December 2017, 12:06pm

  • The League Of Gentlemen Live Again! will tour Britain in late Summer 2018
  • Tickets are on sale from Ticketmaster
The League Of Gentlemen. Image shows from L to R: Dave Parkes (Steve Pemberton), Ollie Plimsolls (Reece Shearsmith), Phil Proctor (Mark Gatiss). Copyright: BBC.

Dates have been revealed for the previously announced new League Of Gentlemen stage tour.

The League Of Gentlemen Live Again! will tour Britain during August and September 2018, with 18 dates currently scheduled (Edit: More dates have now been added).

The promoters say: "The League Of Gentlemen will return to the stage in 2018 for their first UK tour in over 12 years with their brand new live show The League Of Gentlemen Live Again!. Beginning in Sunderland on 25 August 2018, the tour will see BAFTA Award winning comedy legends Reece Shearsmith, Steve Pemberton, Mark Gatiss and Jeremy Dyson bring their dark and unhinged fictional village of Royston Vasey to theatres and arenas across the country."

The quartet say: "The League Of Gentlemen started as a live show over 20 years ago and in many ways performing in front of an audience gives us the biggest thrill of all. We're overjoyed to be taking the citizens of Royston Vasey on a road-trip and can't wait to see all the wonderful local places in our increasingly local country. Plus we'd already gone to the trouble of getting the costumes and learning the voices again for the TV show so we thought why not? Something to do isn't it?"

Tubbs Tattsyrup added: "I'm so eccited to take my preshus things on tour agen I did a little brown fish! Do wee go to Swansea?"

Tickets are available from Ticketmaster. Prices start at £35.

The group's previous live shows, Live At Drury Lane and 2005's dark pantomime reinterpretation, The League Of Gentlemen Are Behind You!, are both available on DVD.

First announced dates

Sunderland (Empire): 25 August
Glasgow (SEC Armadillo): 29 August
Edinburgh (Playhouse): 30 August
Nottingham (Motorpoint Arena): 2 September
Oxford (New Theatre): 5 September
Cardiff (Motorpoint Arena): 7 September
Plymouth (Pavilions): 8 September
Brighton (Centre): 12 September
Birmingham (Arena): 14 September
Leeds (First Direct Arena): 15 September
Liverpool (Echo Arena): 16 September
Blackpool (Opera House): 18 September
Sheffield (City Hall): 21 September
Manchester (Apollo): 22 September
Bournemouth (BIC): 25 September
London (Eventim Apollo): 27, 28 and 29 September

Note: More dates have now been added, including a show at the O2 Arena. For a full list of venues see Ticketmaster

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