Eshaan Akbar to head out on 2025 tour

Wednesday 28th February 2024, 10:56am

Eshaan Akbar
  • Eshaan Akbar will tour a new show between February and April 2025
  • He jokes: "I'm doing another tour because it's one way of creating more work for myself and to give you all something to do"

Eshaan Akbar will be heading off on his biggest tour to date, with a brand new show for 2025.

Kicking off in Milton Keynes on 6th February 2025, Eshaan will then take in a further 37 dates across the UK with his currently un-titled show, before closing in London at the iconic Hackney Empire on 12th April 2025.

His promoters say: "Following on from his acclaimed debut tour of The Pretender, Eshaan is getting ready to once again bring his unique and insightful comedy to audiences across the UK. Last year he posed the notion that everyone pretends to know what they're doing when they don't, it's clear that Eshaan knows exactly what he's doing with his comedy. With this hour set to be his most impressive to date!

"Having previously worked as a banker, a policy adviser, a speechwriter and a journalist, Eshaan has blown audiences away with his ability to navigate the choppy waters of the UK racial politics within his shows, making him a breakthrough act who has conquered some of the biggest stages including The O2."

Eshaan Akbar jokes: "I'm doing another tour because it's one way of creating more work for myself and to give you all something to do. Last tour, I played to tens and tens of you, can't wait for it be twenties and twenties of you this time round. I can promise you, my show will be better than doing nothing - that's a minimum guarantee. I've appeared in Animals Do The Funniest Things you know."

Tickets are one sale from Friday 1st March. A full list of dates are below.

2025 dates

06.02: Milton Keynes Stables
07.02: London Leicester Square Theatre
08.02: Maidenhead Norden Farm
09.02: Hemel Hempstead Old Town Hall
12.02: Aylesbury Norman Bragg Studio
13.02: Chelmsford Studio
14.02: Cambridge Junction
15.02: Colchester Arts Centre
19.02: Birmingham Glee
21.02: Northampton Theatre Royal
22.02: Coventry Warwick Arts Centre
23.02: Leicester The Y (Comedy Festival)
26.02: Maidstone Hazlitt Studio
27.02: Swindon Arts Centre
28.02: Winchester The Arc
01.03: Brighton Komedia
06.03: Liverpool Hot Water
07.03: Huddersfield Lawrence Batley Theatre Studio
08.03: Darwen Library Theatre
09.03: Salford The Lowry
12.03: Sheffield Leadmill
13.03: Leeds Wardrobe
15.03: Stockton The Point
16.03: Chorley Theatre
19.03: Dorking Halls Studio
20.03: Aldershot The West End Theatre
22.03: Southampton Attic
26.03: Glasgow The Stand
27.03: Edinburgh The Stand
29.03: Newport Studio
03.04: Bradford Studio
05.04: Bath Rondo
06.04: Exeter Phoenix
09.04: Dublin Whelans
10.04: Belfast Limelight
12.04: London Hackney Empire

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