Since its launch in 2014, All Killa No Filla has amassed over 250,000 regular listeners, and has had 10.5 million downloads to date. The stars call their regular listeners 'Legends'.
The tour blurb says: "Get ready, Legends! The 10-year anniversary of the All Killa No Filla podcast is upon us, and comedic best friends Kiri and Rachel are heading out on their most legendary UK tour yet with their trailblazing blend of true crime and comedy. Join the dynamic duo as they dissect notorious serial killer cases, striking their trademark balance between thoughtful and entertaining, with an empathetic focus on the lives of the victims, all delivered with their signature oversharing and lightning-speed digressions. But here's the twist - these are exclusive live shows, and the content won't be recorded! That's right, you can only hear these captivating cases told by Kiri and Rachel in person. Whether you're one of the original 'Legends' or a fresh face to the podcast, get your tickets now for an unmissable night of laughter, intrigue, and a touch of the unexpected!"
On marking a decade of the podcast, Rachel Fairburn says: "The Legends know more about me than my own family so I'm looking forward to taking a live show on tour to celebrate a decade of over sharing. There's nothing like seeing the looks of disapproval in real life."
Kiri Pritchard-McLean adds: "I'm so glad we get to celebrate ten years of wandering off topic and being libellous with the amazing group of listeners we get to call Legends. I love making this podcast and ten years of working with Rachel has absolutely flown by - maybe because she hasn't aged at all in that time? The podcast is fun when we record it, but it's REALLY special when it's live and I have a feeling we'll be talking about these ten shows for years."
Below is a list of tour dates, with the mailing list pre-sale starting Wednesday 29th November, followed by the general on-sale this Friday 1st December.
Sat 30th March: Glasgow King's Theatre
Thurs April 25th: London Hackney Empire
Thurs 2nd May: Bristol The Old Vic
Mon 6th May: Norwich Playhouse
Weds 8th May: Cardiff Sherman Theatre
Fri 24th May: Manchester Opera House
Weds 29th May: Leeds City Varieties
Tues 28th May: Brighton Theatre Royal
Fri 31st May: Exeter Corn Exchange
Sat 1st June: Birmingham Town Hall