The Horne Section to tour in 2024

Tuesday 14th November 2023, 10:51am

  • The Horne Section's Hit Show will tour the UK between March and November 2024
  • "Five outstanding musicians and one non-musical stand-up tune their instruments to hit the road"
The Horne Section. Image shows left to right: Ed Sheldrake, Ben Reynolds, Will Collier, Alex Horne, Mark Brown, Joe Auckland

Alex Horne and his band are due to tour again. The Horne Section's Hit Show will run between March and November 2024.

The blurb says: "Five outstanding musicians and one non-musical stand-up tune their instruments to hit the road as they embark on a brand-new tour with The Horne Section's Hit Show, bringing musical mayhem across the UK from Wednesday 6th March to Thursday 21st November.

"Performing soon-to-be top hits, the six-headed musical comedy band bring their trademark unruly, ridiculous, and surprisingly satisfying stylings to an array of brand new songs. Expect plentiful enthusiastic dancing, party games, and a lot of mucking about, led by creator and co-host of BAFTA and National Comedy Award-winning hit TV show, Taskmaster, Alex Horne."

Aside from their tour, as previously revealed by British Comedy Guide, the band are also working on a second series of their Channel 4 sitcom, The Horne Section TV Show.

Tickets for their live tour go on general on sale on Friday 17th November, with a pre-sale via the band's mailing list on Thursday 16th November. Dates are below.

The Horne Section are Alex Horne (band leader), Joe Auckland (trumpet and banjo), Mark Brown (saxophone and guitar), Will Collier (bass and guitar), Ben Reynolds (drums and percussion) and Ed Sheldrake (keyboards).

2024 dates


6: Cambridge Junction
12: Milton Keynes Stables
14: Salford The Lowry


15: Liverpool Philharmonic
16: Middlesbrough Town Hall
17: Durham Gala Theatre
18: Buxton Opera House
25: Exeter Northcott Theatre


10: Leicester De Montfort Hall
11: Guildford G Live
12: Portsmouth Guildhall
13: Norwich Theatre Royal
17: Cardiff New Theatre
18: Coventry Warwick Arts Centre
19: Nottingham Playhouse


18: St Albans Arena


11: Birmingham Symphony Hall
12: Hull City Hall


5: Belfast Ulster Hall
6: Dublin Vicar Street
22: Bristol Beacon
23: Bath Forum
24: Brighton Theatre Royal


4: Edinburgh Festival Theatre
5: Aberdeen Music Hall
6: Newcastle Theatre & Opera House
11: Leeds City Varieties
12: Halifax Victoria
13: Sheffield City Hall
19: Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
20: Reading Hexagon
21: Oxford New Theatre

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