Caroline Quentin announces live tour

Thursday 30th November 2023, 2:20pm

  • Live show Caroline Quentin: The Plot So Far... will tour in February and March 2024
  • Linked to her new book Drawn To The Garden, the shows will offer a "heartwarming and humorous exploration of the joys of gardening"
  • "Expect singing, dancing, and showing off as Caroline's tales, told to her great friend presenter Maria McErlane, bloom on stage!"
Caroline Quentin

Jonathan Creek and Men Behaving Badly star Caroline Quentin is to tour the UK in February and March 2024 with a live show linked to her book Drawn To The Garden.

The show's promoters explain: "Join beloved British comedy icon Caroline Quentin for an evening on stage devoted to horticultural hilarity, love, and the therapeutic power of tending the soil beneath our feet, as she embarks on a UK Tour in spring 2024. Visiting 14 towns across the country, The Plot So Far... begins at Warwick Arts Centre on 22 February and culminates at Liverpool Auditorium on 10 March.

"The tour is inspired by her delightful upcoming new book Drawn To The Garden - a heartwarming and humorous exploration of the joys of gardening, which brings to life Caroline's passion for plants, vegetables and the simple pleasures of cultivating the earth. Over the years, she has come to realise that gardening, just like life, is a series of baffling failures, but also unplanned successes and happy accidents."

They conclude: "Expect singing, dancing, and showing off as Caroline's tales, told to her great friend presenter Maria McErlane, bloom on stage!"

Drawn To The Garden will be published in hardback, eBook and audiobook formats on 15th February 2024. Tickets to the live shows - dates below - will be available from carolinequentinlive.com from 1st December.

2024 dates

22 February: Warwick Arts Centre
23 February: Southsea Kings Theatre
24 February: Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall
26 February: Crawley The Hawth
27 February: Basingstoke The Anvil
28 February: Southampton O2 Guildhall
1 March: Edinburgh The Queens Hall
2 March: Newcastle Tyne Theatre
3 March: York Barbican
5 March: London Adelphi Theatre
6 March: Cambridge Corn Exchange
7 March: Chatham Central Theatre
9 March: Oxford Playhouse
10 March: Liverpool The Auditorium

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