Alan Carr announces 2020 tour

Monday 27th January 2020, 10:44am

Alan Carr.

Alan Carr is to tour his first stand-up show in four years.

The comedy star will perform his new show Not Again, Alan! around the UK between September and December 2020.

His promoters say: "It's been four years since Alan last went on tour, and in that time he's managed to find himself in all sorts of dramas. Between his star-studded wedding day and becoming an accidental anarchist, from fearing for his life at border control to becoming a reluctant farmer, three words spring to mind... 'Not again, Alan!'

"Join Alan on tour as he muses upon the things that make his life weird and wonderful."

So far 57 dates have been announced for the tour, starting in Dunfermline on September 5th 2020 and culminating at the Barbican in York on December 19th. A full list of dates is below.

This will be Carr's fourth UK solo tour, following on from Tooth Fairy in 2007, Spexy Beast in 2011 and Yap, Yap, Yap! in 2015.

Tickets for Not Again, Alan! are available now from Ticketmaster

The promoters say: "Tickets will sell out fast so don't miss the chance to get up close and personal with one of the country's most funniest, cherished and unique comedians at the very top of his game. More dates will be added over the coming months."

2020 Dates

Saturday, 5 September: Dunfermline, Alhambra Theatre
Tuesday, 8 September: Inverness, Eden Court
Wednesday, 9 September: Inverness, Eden Court
Thursday, 10 September: Aberdeen, Music Hall
Friday, 11 September: Aberdeen, Music Hall
Saturday, 12 September: Perth, Concert Hall
Wednesday, 16 September: Sheffield, City Hall
Friday, 18 September: Bournemouth, Pavilion
Saturday, 19 September: Bournemouth, Pavilion
Wednesday, 23 September: Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes Theatre
Thursday, 24 September: Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes Theatre
Friday, 25 September: Glasgow, King's Theatre
Saturday, 26 September: Glasgow, King's Theatre
Sunday, 27 September: Edinburgh, Playhouse
Thursday, 1 October: Cardiff, St David's Hall
Friday, 2 October: Cardif, St David's Hall
Saturday, 3 October: Wolverhampton, Grand Theatre
Thursday, 8 October: Portsmouth, Kings Theatre
Friday, 9 October: Portsmouth, Kings Theatre
Saturday, 10 October: Buxton, Opera House
Sunday, 11 October: Buxton, Opera House
Tuesday, 13 October: Leicester, De Monfort Hall
Wednesday, 14 October: Reading, The Hexagon
Thursday, 15 October: Basingstoke, The Anvil
Friday, 16 October: Basingstoke, The Anvil
Saturday, 17 October: Plymouth, Pavilions
Friday, 23 October: Sunderland, Empire
Saturday, 24 October: Sunderland, Empire
Sunday, 25 October: Halifax, The Victoria Theatre
Thursday, 29 October: Norwich, Theatre Royal
Friday, 30 October: Manchester, Opera House
Saturday, 31 October: Manchester, Opera House
Wednesday, 4 November: Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre
Thursday, 5 November: Birmingham, Hippodrome
Friday, 6 November: Birmingham, Hippodrome
Saturday, 7 November: High Wycombe, Wycombe Swan
Sunday, 8 November: Southampton, Mayflower Theatre
Monday, 9 November: Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre
Thursday, 12 November: Southend-on-Sea, The Cliffs Pavilion
Friday, 13 November: Southend-on-Sea, The Cliffs Pavilion
Saturday, 14 November: Coventry, Warwick Arts CentreĀ 
Sunday, 15 November: Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre
Tuesday, 17 November: Northampton, Royal & Derngate
Wednesday, 18 November: Northampton, Royal & Derngate
Thursday, 19 November: Leicester, De Monfort Hall
Friday, 20 November: Blackpool,Grand Theatre
Saturday, 21 November: Blackpool, Grand Theatre
Sunday, 22 November: Oxford, New Theatre
Wednesday, 25 November: Reading, The Hexagon
Thursday, 26 November: High Wycombe, Wycombe Swan
Saturday, 28 November: Cambridge, Corn Exchange
Sunday, 29 November: Cambridge, Corn Exchange
Friday, 4 December: Swansea, Grand Theatre
Saturday, 5 December: Swansea, Grand Theatre
Thursday, 10 December: Douglas (IoM), Villa Marina
Friday, 18 December: York, Barbican
Saturday, 19 December: York, Barbican

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