"I'm a feminist but..."
The Guilty Feminist podcast has become a comedy phenomenon with over 70 million downloads since it launched in late 2015, and following a huge tour in 2019, they are delighted to announce a brand new UK tour between May and June 2020. The 26 date The Guilty Feminist: Live tour begins on Friday 1st May at London's Eventim Apollo, continuing until Sunday 7th June at Newcastle's Theatre Royal.
The Guilty Feminist podcast sees comedian Deborah Frances-White and her guests explore the noble goals of 21st century feminists whilst confessing the insecurities, hypocrisies and paradoxes which undermine those goals. Along with some of your favourite comedians, guests and musicians, Deborah will host this joyful celebration of how far we've come, and continue the conversation about what remains to be done.
Some of the special guests confirmed so far include Felicity Ward, Bridget Christie, Jess Fostekew, Rosie Jones, Suzi Ruffell, Jayde Adams, Sindhu Vee and Jess Robinson providing the musical entertainment.
Friday, 1st May: London, Eventim Apollo
Saturday, 2nd May: Brighton, Theatre Royal
Sunday, 3rd May: Ipswich, Corn Exchange
Wednesday, 6th May: Hull, City Hall
Thursday, 7th May: Guildford, G Live
Friday, 8th May: Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
Saturday, 9th May: Salford, The Lowry
Sunday, 10th May: York, Opera House www.atgtickets.com/grand-opera-house-york
Monday, 11th May: Norwich, Theatre Royal
Wednesday,13th May: Halifax, Victoria Theatre
Thursday, 14th May: High Wycombe, Wycombe Swan
Friday, 15th May: Woking, New Victoria Theatre
Saturday, 16th May: Richmond, Richmond Theatre
Sunday, 17th May: Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre
Tuesday, 19th May: Crawley, Hawth Theatre
Wednesday, 20th May: Watford, Colosseum
Thursday, 21st May: Southend, Palace Theatre
Friday, 22nd May: Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre
Saturday, 23rd May: Oxford, New Theatre
Sunday, 24th May: Glasgow, Pavilion Theatre
Thursday, 28th May: Plymouth, Pavilions
Friday, 29th May: Birmingham, Alexandra Theatre
Saturday, 30th May: Bournemouth, Pavilion Theatre
Sunday, 31st May: Sheffield, Oval Hall
Friday, 5th June; Cardiff, St David's Hall
Sunday, 7th June: Newcastle, Theatre Royal