Darren Harriott announces Good Heart Yute tour

Friday 28th June 2019, 2:48pm

  • Darren Harriott will tour his stand-up show between October 2019 and January 2020
  • Good Heart Yute focuses on how he is 30 but has never been in love...
  • Tickets are on sale now
Darren Harriott.

Stand-up comedian Darren Harriott will tour his new show between October 2019 and January 2020.

The Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee will premiere Good Heart Yute at the Edinburgh Festival this August, before taking it around the UK.

His promoters say: "Things seem to be going great for Darren Harriott but he is 30 now and has never been in love... maybe he's the problem? He considers himself to have a good heart, but it can't always be someone else's fault. Can it? He has spent the last year learning more about himself and realising maybe he's never actually been happy with who is.

"Join Darren for an hour of his trademark passion and insightful wit as he tries to work himself out."

Good Heart Yute will be his third solo show, following his 2017 Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominated Defiant and 2018's hit show Visceral.

Harriott has appeared on many TV comedy shows in recent years, including Mock The Week, Hypothetical, Don't Hate The Playaz, Roast Battle and The Comedy Bus.

While he filmed Live At The Apollo he was also working as a bouncer on the door at the venue... but his promoters add "not on the same night though! But the head of security did think he'd got his shifts mixed up..."

His Radio 4 stand-up series - Darren Harriott: Black Label - starts on the station on 10th July.

A full list of tour dates for Good Heart Yute is below, with tickets for many of the venues available via Ticketmaster

Tour Dates

Southport: Little Theatre - Thursday 17th October
Guildford: G Live - Friday 18th October
Bradford: Alhambra Theatre - Friday 25th October
Wolverhampton: The Lighthouse (Wolverhampton Comedy Festival) - Saturday 26th October
Crawley: The Hawth - Sunday 27th October
Bracknell: South Hill Park Arts Centre - Wednesday 30th October
Lincoln: Engine Shed - Thursday 31st October
Northampton: Royal and Derngate - Friday 1st November
Canterbury: Marlowe Theatre - Saturday 2nd November
Bath: Komedia - Sunday 3rd November
Carlisle: Old Fire Station - Thursday 7th November
Aberdeen: Lemon Tree - Friday 8th November
Edinburgh: The Stand - Saturday 9th November
Birmingham: Glee Club - Friday 15th November
Newcastle: The Stand - Saturday 16th November
Glasgow: The Stand - Sunday 17th November
Leeds: Wardrobe - Thursday 21st November
Reading: South Street - Friday 22nd November
Aldershot: West End Centre - Saturday 23rd November
Oxford: Jericho - Sunday 24th November
Warwick: Arts Centre - Friday 29th November
York: Basement - Saturday 30th November
Maidenhead: Norden Farm - Sunday 1st December
Salford: Lowry - Friday 17th January
Bromsgrove: Artrix - Saturday 18th January


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