Lee Ridley, the winner of Britain's Got Talent 2018, has announced his debut UK tour.
The performer - who is also known as Lost Voice Guy - will take his new comedy show around the country between February and April 2019.
Ridley, who has cerebral palsy and thus uses a communication aid to speak, made his first stand-up performance in February 2012. He went on to win the BBC New Comedy Award in 2014 before coming to mainstream attention by winning Britain's Got Talent earlier this year.
His tour will start in Barnsley on the 2nd February 2019 and concludes in April with two dates in Brighton. His support act will be 2017 Britain's Got Talent semi-finalist Jonny Awsum. As part of the run of shows, Ridley will play the Tyne Theatre & Opera House in his home city of Newcastle on 17th February.
His promoters say: "He may not be able to talk but he definitely has something to say and his comedy will leave you speechless."
His next appearances will be at the Edinburgh Festival in August, however that run has already sold out.
A full list of tour dates are below. Tickets are available from Ticketmaster
Lost Voice Guy 2019 tour dates
BARNSLEY (The Civic): Saturday 2nd February
NORWICH (The Playhouse): Wednesday 6th February
COLCHESTER (Arts Centre): Thursday 7th February
SOUTHEND (Palace Theatre): Friday 8th February
NORTHAMPTON (The Deco): Saturday 9th February
NORTHWICH (Northwich Memorial Court): Thursday 14th February
SALFORD (The Lowry): Friday 15th February
HULL UNIVERSITY (Middleton Hall): Saturday 16th February
NEWCASTLE (Tyne Theatre & Opera House): Sunday 17th February
CARDIFF (The Glee): Wednesday 20th February
LLANELLI (Ffwrnes): Thursday 21st February
ABERYSTWYTH (Arts Centre): Friday 22nd February
LEICESTER UNIVERSITY (Sue Townsend Theatre): Saturday 23rd February
SHEFFIELD (The Leadmill): Saturday 2nd March
CHORLEY (Chorley Little Theatre): Sunday 3rd March
BIRMINGHAM (Glee Club): Monday 4th March
WAKEFIELD (Theatre Royal): Wednesday 6th March
WREXHAM (William Aston Hall): Friday 8th March
CHIPPING NORTON (The Theatre): Saturday 9th March
BRISTOL (Tobacco Factory): Sunday 10th March
SWINDON (Wyvern Theatre): Monday 11th March
EXETER: The Corn Exchange: Wednesday 13th March
NOTTINGHAM (The Playhouse): Friday 15th March
PETERBOROUGH (Broadway): Saturday 16th March
CHELTENHAM (Town Hall): Monday 18th March
LINCOLN (Theatre Royal): Wednesday 20th March
CAMBERLEY (The Theatre): Friday 22nd March
MILTON KEYNES (The Stables): Saturday 23rd March
HARLOW (The Playhouse): Sunday 24th March
BEDFORD (Quarry Theatre): Monday 25th March
DUNSTABLE (Grove Theatre): Wednesday 27th March
GLASGOW (Rotunda): Monday 1st April
INVERNESS (Eden Court Theatre): Tuesday 2nd April
STOCKTON ON TEES (Arc): Friday 5th April
WORKINGTON, CUMBRIA (Carnegie Theatre): Saturday 6th April
BRIGHTON (Komedia): Tuesday 16th & Wednesday 17th April
Tickets are available from Ticketmaster
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