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FRANK SKINNER LIVE IN LONDON 2019

EXTRA DATES ADDED FROM 14 JUNE

03 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


04 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


05 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


07 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


08 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


10 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


11 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


12 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


13 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


EXTRA lONDON DATES ADDED from 14 June

14 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


15 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


17 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


18 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


19 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


24 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


26 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


27 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


28 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


29 JUN

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


01 JUL

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


02 JUL

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


03 JUL

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


04 JUL

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


05 JUL

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


12 JUL

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


13 JUL

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE


27 JUL

LONDON LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE

 
 
 

FRANK SKINNER LIVE IN EDINBURGH

31 JUL

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


01 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


02 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


03 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


04 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


05 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


06 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


07 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


08 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


09 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


10 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


11 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


12 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


13 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


14 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


15 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


16 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


17 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


18 AUG

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE Assembly


 

FRANK SKINNER’s NEW TOUR SHOWBIZ
ACROSS THE UK & EIRE

 

12 SEP

DUBLIN VICAR STREET

 
 

 
 
 

13 SEP

IPSWICH Corn Exchange 


15 SEP

SOUTHEND Cliffs Pavilion


17 SEP

GRIMSBY Auditorium


18 SEP

HULL City Hall


19 SEP

SHEFFIELD City Hall


22 SEP

YORK Grand Opera House


25 SEP

OXFORD New Theatre


26 SEP

BASINGSTOKE Anvil


27 SEP

LEICESTER De Montfort Hall


28 SEp

CARDIFF St David’s Hall


29 SEP

NORTHAMPTON Royal & Derngate


02 OCT

SCARBOROUGH Grand Halls


03 OCT

MIDDLESBROUGH Town Hall


06 oct

DARLINGTON Hippodrome


10 oct

GUILDFORD G Live


11 OCT

NOTTINGHAM Theatre Royal


12 OCT

WORTHING Assembly Hall


13 oct

BRIGHTON Theatre Royal


20 OCT

MILTON KEYNES Theatre


24 oct

LEEDS Playhouse


26 oct

BLACKBURN King George’s Hall


27 oct

NEWCASTLE Theatre Royal


29 OCT

WOLVERHAMPTON Aldersley Leisure Village


30 oct

WINCHESTER Theatre Royal


31 oct

CREWE Lyceum Theatre


02 nov

DONCASTER Cast


03 nov

MANCHESTER Opera House


05 NOV

CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange


08 NOV

BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall


12 nov

EDINBURGH Festival Theatre


14 nov

MOTHERWELL Concert Hall & Theatre


15 nov

ABERDEEN Music Hall


17 nov

WATFORD Colosseum


19 nov

COVENTRY Warwick Arts Centre


20 NOV

GLASGOW THEATRE ROYAL


21 NOV

DUDLEY Town Hall


23 nov

BELFAST USHER Hall


27 nov

TORQUAY Princess Theatre


28 nov

BRISTOL Hippodrome


29 nov

PORTSMOUTH Guildhall


01 dec

CHELTENHAM Town Hall


03 dec

SWANSEA Grand Theatre


05 dec

DARTFORD Orchard Theatre Cast


06 dec

WREXHAM WILLIAM ASTON Hall


11 dec

JERSEY Opera HousE


 
 
 
 

about

Frank Skinner’s live career began in 1987 when he spent £400 of his last £435 booking a room at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Four years later in 1991 he returned to the city and beat fellow nominees Jack Dee and Eddie Izzard to take home comedy’s most prestigious prize, The Perrier Award. He last toured the UK in 2014 with the extended, critically-acclaimed Frank Skinner: Man in a Suit which included a sold-out return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

As a television presenter, Frank Skinner hosted seven series of BBC One’s Room 101, and hosted four series of Portrait Artist of the Year and three series of Landscape Artist of the Year for Sky Arts. He also hosted the BBC iPlayer-exclusive chat show Frank Skinner On Demand with…, whose guests included Lee Mack, Katy Brand, Doc Brown, Russell Howard and Michael Ball.

As a radio presenter his Absolute Radio show has won three gold awards for Best Speech Programme (2011 and 2014) and Best Entertainment/Comedy Production (2017) at the ARIAs (formerly the Sony’s) and saw him inducted into the Radio Academy Hall of Fame in December 2015. To celebrate Frank’s 60th birthday in 2017, Absolute Radio launched the ‘pop-up’ radio station Absolute Radio Frank which showcased only highlights from his seven years at the station as well as new exclusive content.  In 2014 and 2016 respectively, Frank hosted a brand-new comedy panel show The Rest is History for Radio 4 and  in 2016 he also wrote and starred in a third series of critically-acclaimed comedy drama series Don’t Start alongside Katherine Parkinson, both on BBC Radio 4.

Frank also created and hosted three series of Frank Skinner’s Opinionated for BBC Two, and created The Frank Skinner Show (ITV) which is widely credited as setting the tone for the modern comedic chat show, running for nine years it attracted 11 million viewers at its peak. He regularly guest-hosts Have I Got News for You (BBC1) and has presented documentaries covering passions including Muhammad Ali (BBC1), Elvis (BBC4) and investigating the life of George Formby (BBC4). In 2015 Frank hosted What a Performance!, a series celebrating the history of light entertainment for BBC4 and in 2018 he performed ukulele with the George Formby Society for the Queen at her 92nd birthday party at the Royal Albert Hall. In 2014, he appeared as a guest star in Mummy on the Orient Express, a series 8 episode of Doctor Who (BBC1) and in 2015 he starred in Rotters, a silent one-off special for Sky Arts.

With David Baddiel, Frank created and presented Fantasy Football and Baddiel and Skinner Unplanned (ITV). Alongside The Lightning Seeds the pair have attained three number one hits with the football anthem Three Lions.

As an author, Frank has published Dispatches from the Sofa; a collection of columns he wrote for The Times over a two year period and has written two autobiographies, the first of which, Frank Skinner, was the top selling autobiography of 2002, spending 46 weeks in The Sunday Times Bestseller List. The second Frank Skinner: On The Road, chronicled his 2007, sell-out return to stand-up.

In 2018 his first play, Nina’s Got News, was staged at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.


 

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On The Road by Frank Skinner

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Avalon
4a Exmoor Street
London W10 6BD

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Tel: 020 7598 8000