Harry Hill to embark on greatest hits tour

Wednesday 8th May 2024, 10:06am

Harry Hill
  • Harry Hill: New Bits & Greatest Hits will tour the UK between February and September 2025. Ticketmaster
  • "The Badger Parade is back on! Join Harry on his Diamond Jubilee lap of honour"
  • He says: "I'm looking forward to celebrating my diamond jubilee - 60 years of fun"

Harry Hill is to embark on a big tour of the UK in 2025.

His promoters say: "Off The Kerb are thrilled to announce that comedy royalty Harry Hill is gearing up for a brand-new live tour for 2025. Harry Hill: New Bits & Greatest Hits live tour will kick off in February 2025 and run until September 2025, celebrating Harry's almost 30-year career in comedy in this, his 60th year on Planet Earthâ„¢.

"The Badger Parade is back on! Join Harry on his Diamond Jubilee lap of honour as he celebrates 60 Glorious Years of fun, laughter and low-level disruption!

"Marvel! as he offers new insights into the hot topics of the day such as the demise of the SCART lead, The Culture Wars, the differences between crabsticks and rhubarb and the origins of Tiramisu!

"Guffaw with delight as Harry delves into his back catalogue using his patented 'Old Bit Randomiser' for old favourites like 'Interspecies Tennis', 'The time I went up in the Space Shuttle' and 'When Nan got her hair caught in the knitting'!

"Cough Awkwardly! as Gary (Harry's son from his first marriage) attempts to take over the business again. Tap your Feet! As Stouffer The Cat spits a little Steflon Don! Watch in Wonder! at the return of The Badger Parade with guest appearances from The Knitted Character and Abu Hamster. Plus one lucky audience member will get to join Harry in a double act! It's time to get on board the laughter train and join Harry as he whizzes up and down the country delighting audiences along the way."

Harry Hill says: "I'm looking forward to celebrating my diamond jubilee - 60 years of fun - by going round the country and thanking all the people that have supported me over the years. I've had a word with the badgers and they've agreed that for one last time the parade's on!"

Tickets are on sale from Friday 10th May via sites including Ticketmaster

2025 dates

Tuesday, 18 February: London Wilton's Music Hall
Wednesday, 19 February: London Wilton's Music Hall
Thursday, 20 February: London Wilton's Music Hall
Friday, 21 February: London Wilton's Music Hall
Saturday, 22 February: London Wilton's Music Hall
Wednesday, 26 February: Colchester Mercury Theatre
Thursday, 27 February: Grantham Guildhall Arts Centre
Friday, 28 February: Loughborough Town Hall
Saturday, 1 March: Horsham The Capitol
Sunday, 2 March: Basingstoke The Haymarket
Wednesday, 5 March: Lincoln New Theatre Royal
Thursday, 6 March: Leeds City Varieties Music Hall
Friday, 7 March: Rhyl Pavilion Theatre
Sunday, 9 March: Bath Theatre Royal
Wednesday, 12 March: Bedford Corn Exchange
Thursday, 13 March: Stamford Corn Exchange
Friday, 14 March: Maidstone Hazlitt Theatre
Saturday, 15 March: East Grinstead Chequer Mead Theatre
Sunday, 16 March: Cheltenham Everyman Theatre
Tuesday, 18 March: Brighton Theatre Royal
Friday, 21 March: Chesterfield Winding Wheel Theatre
Saturday, 22 March: Shrewsbury Theatre Severn
Sunday, 23 March: Canterbury The Marlowe
Wednesday, 26 March: Stevenage The Gordon Craig Theatre
Thursday, 27 March: Chelmsford Theatre
Friday, 28 March: High Wycombe Wycombe Swan Theatre
Saturday, 29 March: Hastings White Rock Theatre
Sunday, 30 March: Dorking Halls
Wednesday, 2 April: Wimborne The Tivoli Theatre
Thursday, 3 April: Swindon Wyvern Theatre
Friday, 4 April: Eastbourne Devonshire Park
Saturday, 5 April: Kingston upon Thames Rose Theatre
Wednesday, 9 April: Crewe Lyceum Theatre
Thursday, 10 April: St Albans The Alban Arena
Friday, 11 April: Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Saturday, 12 April: Croydon Fairfield Halls (Ashcroft Theatre)
Tuesday, 15 April: Dartford The Orchard Theatre
Wednesday, 16 April: Guildford Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Thursday, 17 April: Cambridge Corn Exchange
Tuesday, 22 April: Winchester Theatre Royal
Thursday, 24 April: Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall Theatre
Friday, 25 April: Northampton Royal & Derngate
Saturday, 26 April: Coventry Warwick Arts Centre
Sunday, 27 April: Birmingham The Alexandra Theatre
Wednesday, 30 April: Portsmouth Kings Theatre
Thursday, 1 May: Newtown The Hafren
Friday, 2 May: Carmarthen Lyric Theatre
Sunday, 4 May: Nottingham Theatre Royal
Wednesday, 7 May: Malvern Festival Theatre
Thursday, 8 May: Chester Storyhouse
Friday, 9 May: Wakefield Theatre Royal Wakefield
Saturday, 10 May: Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal
Sunday, 11 May: Norwich Theatre Royal
Thursday, 15 May: Buxton Opera House
Friday, 16 May: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre
Saturday, 17 May: Newcastle upon Tyne Tyne Theatre & Opera House
Sunday, 18 May: York Grand Opera House
Thursday, 22 May: Aberdeen Tivoli Theatre
Friday, 23 May: Dundee Gardyne Theatre
Saturday, 24 May: Glasgow Pavilion Theatre
Wednesday, 28 May: Ipswich Corn Exchange
Thursday, 29 May: King's Lynn Corn Exchange
Friday, 30 May: Milton Keynes Theatre
Saturday, 31 May: London O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
Sunday, 1 June: Cardiff New Theatre
Wednesday, 4 June: Hertford BEAM
Thursday, 5 June: Newbury Corn Exchange
Saturday, 7 June: Belfast Grand Opera House
Sunday, 8 June: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Thursday, 11 September: Yeovil Westlands
Friday, 12 September: Truro Hall For Cornwall
Saturday, 13 September: Barnstaple Queen's Theatre
Sunday, 14 September: Torquay Babbacombe Theatre
Wednesday, 17 September: Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
Friday, 19 September: Dublin Vicar Street
Saturday, 20 September: Blackpool The Grand Theatre
Sunday, 21 September: Salford The Lowry (Lyric Theatre)

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