Katherine Ryan announces Missus 2021-2022 live tour

Thursday 8th October 2020, 12:20pm

Katherine Ryan. Copyright: Carla Guler.

Katherine Ryan has announced dates for her next live tour.

The comedian will take to the road from September next year, with dozens of performances already scheduled until well into 2022.

Producers explain: "Star of Netflix smash hit series The Duchess (along with two global Netflix comedy specials: In Trouble and Glitter Room), comedian and TV's Katherine Ryan makes a hugely welcome return to the stage with her brand-new live show Katherine Ryan: Missus. Having previously denounced partnership, Katherine has since married her first love... accidentally.

"A lot has changed for everyone, and we can look forward to hearing Katherine Ryan's always-hilarious new perspectives on life, love, and what it means to be Missus."

The theatre tour will also see her headline the 2021 Aberdeen International Comedy Festival, on Friday 8th October, and perform a string of dates at the prestigious London Palladium.

Ticket booking opens at 10am next Friday, 16th October 2020.

Dates are subject to change in accordance with covid and any social distancing regulations that may remain in place, with a number of venues still fearing permanent closure. The currently scheduled performances are as follows:

Tour dates

September 2021
Thursday 2 Crawley The Hawth
Thursday 9 Guildford G-Live
Thursday 16 Dorking Halls

October 2021
Thursday 7 Glasgow Pavilion Theatre
Friday 8 Aberdeen Music Hall
Saturday 9 Perth Concert Hall
Wednesday 13 Leeds O2 Academy
Thursday 14 Harrogate Royal Hall
Saturday 16 Halifax Victoria Theatre
Thursday 21 Stockport Plaza
Friday 22 Middlesbrough Town Hall
Saturday 23 Watford The Colosseum

November 2021
Thursday 4 Coventry Warwick Arts Centre
Friday 5 Exeter The Great Hall
Saturday 6 Plymouth Pavilions
Thursday 11 Southampton O2 Guildhall
Friday 12 Lincoln The Engine Shed
Saturday 13 Liverpool Empire
Friday 19 Brighton Dome
Saturday 20 Poole Lighthouse
Sunday 21 Bristol Hippodrome
Thursday 25 Margate Winter Gardens
Friday 26 Birmingham Symphony Hall
Saturday 27 Reading The Hexagon

December 2021
Thursday 2 Warrington Pyramid & Parr Hall
Friday 3 Bradford St George's Hall
Saturday 4 Wrexham William Aston Hall
Thursday 9 York Barbican
Friday 10 Sheffield City Hall
Saturday 11 Manchester O2 Apollo

January 2022
Thursday 20 Colchester Charter Hall
Friday 21 Cheltenham Town Hall
Saturday 22 Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
Thursday 27 Ipswich Regent Theatre
Friday 28 Cambridge Corn Exchange
Saturday 29 Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall Theatre

February 2022
Thursday 3 Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Friday 4 Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
Saturday 5 Oxford New Theatre
Thursday 10 Northampton Royal & Derngate
Friday 11 Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Saturday 12 Leicester De Montfort Hall
Thursday 24 Newcastle O2 City Hall

March 2022
Thursday 3 Cardiff St David's Hall
Saturday 5 Portsmouth Guildhall
Friday 11 Basingstoke The Anvil
Thursday 31 London Palladium

April 2022
Friday 1 London Palladium
Saturday 2 London Palladium

May 2022
Wednesday 25 Belfast Ulster Hall


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