Rachel Parris to embark on 2024 tour

Thursday 7th December 2023, 2:25pm

  • Rachel Parris: Poise will tour between April and October 2024
  • She says: "I'm going back to where I started - at the piano singing funny songs"
Rachel Parris. Credit: Karla Gowlett

Rachel Parris is to embark on her biggest UK to tour to date in 2024, with new show Poise.

She says: "I'm very excited to bring this show to places I've never performed before. This show is going to be a love letter to musical comedy - there'll be stand-up, there'll be satire, but I'm going back to where I started - at the piano singing funny songs - it's what I'm best at, and I can't wait to meet new audiences across the UK and Ireland and persuade them to sing along. *singing along not compulsory*"

The tour's promoters note: "This offering is Rachel at her best; a dazzling hour of her signature blend of stand-up and songs. As a comedian and musician Rachel is able to both entertain and engage with her audiences and touches on some of life's most personal and emotional moments but expressed with lightness, occasional acidity and often a catchy refrain!"

Tickets go on sale Friday 8th December via rachelontour.com

2024 dates

20 April: Bristol Old Vic
25 April: Hayes Beck
26 April: Swindon Wyvern
01 May: Glasgow Oran Mor
02 May: Dundee Whitehall Theatre
03 May: Aberdeen Tivoli Theatre
16 May: Bournemouth Ballroom
17 May: Ilfracombe Landmark Theatre
18 May: Exeter Northcott
30 May: Leicester Y Theatre
02 June: Cardiff Glee
06 June: Lincoln New Theatre Royal
07 June: Peterborough New Theatre
09 June: Bath Komedia
12 June: Sheffield Leadmill
13 June: Leeds City Varieties
14 June: Lancaster Dukes
13 September: Cambridge Corn Exchange
15 September: Canterbury Marlowe
18 September: Cheltenham Town Hall
19 September: Reading Hexagon
27 September: Northampton Derngate
29 September: Nottingham Theatre Royal
03 October: Cork Everyman
04 October: Dublin Liberty Hall
05 October: Belfast Limelight
09 October: St Albans Alban Arena
10 October: Birmingham Town Hall
11 October: Liverpool St George's Hall
12 October: York Grand Opera House
16 October: Manchester Albert Hall
17 October: Guildford G Live
18 October: Southend Palace
20 October: Brighton Theatre Royal

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