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Nina Conti to tour in 2025

Wednesday 19th June 2024, 10:21am

Nina Conti. Credit: Steve Best
  • Ventriloquism show Nina Conti: Whose Face Is It Anyway? will be at the Edinburgh Fringe this August, before touring January to March 2025
  • She says: "I'm naturally quite shy, and many in the audience are shy too. But when I put one of my masks on one of their faces, it creates a monster"

Nina Conti will be touring her latest ventriloquism show in early 2025, following a run at the Edinburgh Festival this August.

The promoters say: "Join Conti for Whose Face Is It Anyway? as she presents an unparalleled, unscripted new show that delves deep into who we are, hijacking faces to spark a bold, hysterical reality warp."

Nina Conti herself says: "The amazing thing is, I'm naturally quite shy, and many in the audience are shy too. But when I put one of my masks on one of their faces, it creates a monster that doesn't give a f*ck about tomorrow. I'm addicted to the liberation it brings to the room, and I can't wait to travel with it. I've chosen all my favourite theatres!"

Whose Face Is It Anyway? will run at the Pleasance Courtyard at 7pm during the Edinburgh Fringe, 31st July - 25th August (not 7, 13, 19), then tour in 2025 to the following theatres...

2025 dates

Thursday 16th January: St Albans, Alban Arena

Sunday 19th January: Norwich, Theatre Royal

Saturday 25th January: Liverpool, Playhouse

Sunday 26th January: Manchester, Opera House

Friday 31st January: Cambridge, Corn Exchange

Saturday 1st February: London, Alexandra Palace Theatre

Sunday 2nd February: Richmond, Theatre

Friday 7th February: York, Grand Theatre

Saturday 8th February: Brighton, Dome

Sunday 9th February: Bristol, Hippodrome

Friday 14th February: Dunfermline, Alhambra Theatre

Saturday 15th February: Edinburgh, Queens Hall

Sunday 16th February: Glasgow, King's Theatre

Monday 17th February: Aberdeen, Tivoli

Thursday 20th February: Newcastle, Tyne Theatre & Opera House

Friday 21st February: Leicester, De Montfort Hall

Sunday 23rd February: Birmingham, The Alexandra

Wednesday 26th February: Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre

Thursday 27th February: Leeds, City Varieties

Friday 28th February: Southend, Palace Theatre

Thursday 6th March: Oxford, New Theatre

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