Additional shows in Birmingham and Cardiff have been added to Alan Partridge Live 2022 UK tour
- Becki crossley
- June 1, 2021
Wearing a favorite headset from the TED speakers, Alan brings his new ‘Stratagem’ show to Sheffield, Aberdeen, London and more
A stage show starring award-winning multi-dash Steve Coogan as the infamous Alan Partridge will tour in 2022. Tickets all shows are available now. Due to additional demand Birmingham and Cardiff shows were added to the tour. Tickets for the new dates are on sale now.
Over the course of his decades-long broadcast career, fictional character Alan Partridge has brought many squeaky, golden moments of comedy to millions of people. Following the second series of This time with Alan Partidge, Coogan and his writers send Alan on the road to deliver a message of hope in 2022.
The brand new show Stratagem was conceived, written, choreographed, performed and funded by Alan Partridge. The tour will run throughout May 2022. Alan will tour the UK with a headset preferred by TED talkers, street vendors, TV evangelists, choir singers and carnival barkers. The show promises to be a manifesto for how we can move forward, a roadmap for a better future, an ABC for the way forward.
Alan Partridge Live 2022 Tour Dates:
Thu April 28 – Utilita Arena Birmingham (NEW DATE on sale now)
Fri April 29 – Utilita Arena Birmingham
Sat April 30 – Sheffield Arena
Wed May 4 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
Fri May 6 – Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Wed 11 May – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
Thursday May 12 – AO Arena, Manchester
Thu 19 May – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Fri May 20 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff (NEW DATE on sale now)
Wed 25 May – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Thursday May 26 – Edinburgh Playhouse
Fri May 27 – P&J Live, Aberdeen
Sat May 28 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
Tue May 31 – The O2, London
Wed June 1 – The O2, London
Alan Partridge Live Tickets are available now.
While every effort has been made to ensure the information displayed here is accurate, always check with the venue before attending (especially during the Covid-19 pandemic).