Tickets on Sale NOW for Iain Lee Vs. Radio


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Tickets on Sale NOW for Iain Lee Vs. Radio

Well, it’s happening. My first speaking tour is actually going to take place. Nice, small and very friendly venues. I’m so lucky with all of the places I’ve been asked to play. Absolutely gorgeous, just right.

There aren’t too many dates at the moment (a few more coming) but I am very nervous. To be undertaking my first ever solo show, let alone an actual tour, at the age of 41, seems a bit of an exercise in self flagellation. Still, I know the show works, and I am very proud of it.

My friend Simon Roberts has helped put the thing together and will be joining me to help with the technicals. Also, schedule willing, Mackenzie Crook will be joining me via satellite link up (actually Skype. And also, he may not, so, you know, don’t hold me to it).

I’ll be hanging around after all the shows to have a chat and have pics and stuff, if you want. You may also smell me.

The Poster!

The Poster!

It’s about 85-90 minutes, plus an interval. Me chatting about radio and playing some brilliant bits of shows by other people, but really funny bits. James Whale, Anna Raeburn, Big George and others all pop up.

Anyway, here are the dates. A couple more are coming along and I will post them here when I get them. They’re small venues, so I suggest if you want to come, get them quick.

I am talking to a few other places including London and Manchester….

Looking forward to meeting some of you.

 

 

8th July

Norden Farm Arts Centre, Maidenhead

Website https://norden.farm/events/iain-lee-vs-radio

01628 788997

 

NEW DATE 1st AUGUST 

The Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre

Whitstable

Kent CT5 4HS

Tickets Horsebridge Comedy

 

10 September

Komedia, Brighton

£15/£12 concession

http://komediabrighton.ticketsolve.com/shows/873529274/events?show_id=873529274

0845 293 8480

 

11th September 

Huntingdon Hall, Worcester

01905 611427

 

12th September

Arts Centre, Swindon

£13/15 tickets

Swindon Tickets Click Here

01793 524481

 

18th September

The Junction, Cambridge

£15/13

www.junction.co.uk/iain-lee

01223 511511

 

26th September

Rondo Theatre ONSALE NOW!

St Saviour’s Road

Bath BA1 6RT

https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/173205

01225 463362

 

10th October (2 shows)

7pm & 9:15pm

MAC Birmingham

http://macbirmingham.co.uk/event/iain-lee-vs-radio/

 

NEW DATE 17th October

Luton Library Theatre

http://www.lutonculture.com/whats-on/whats-on/2015/10/17/iain-lee/1532/?from=%252Fwhats-on%252F%2523search

 

22nd October

Hangar Farm Arts Centre, Totton

http://www.totton.ac.uk/hanger-farm/whats-on-at-hanger-farm/iain-lee-vs-radio.aspx

02380667683


54 Responses to “Tickets on Sale NOW for Iain Lee Vs. Radio”

  1. chris Walsall says:

    Will Ranjit be at the MAC Birmingham ?
    Deffo get tickets for this show.

  2. sarah says:

    Please a a luton gig x

  3. Simon says:

    Please do a Luton show! Pretty please

  4. Jenson says:

    A Luton show is definitely needed! Would love to see you but transportation isn’t too easy for me 🙁

  5. Chrissy says:

    I know it’s a bit far down but would love love love a Plymouth gig.

  6. Paul says:

    Yes definitely a Luton gig! Or somewhere in 3 counties

  7. Maxine says:

    need you to come to Essex…

  8. Nic says:

    I’ll definitely be coming to one of the North Yorkshire dates… oh, wait…

  9. jackie says:

    Would love to see you in Hitchin or Stevenage. Sounds like it is going to be a great show.Good luck.xxx

  10. Pat Cecil says:

    That’s good to hear, hope you turn up in Stevenage sometime me n the missus would love to see it, good on ya fella…

  11. Louise says:

    How about The Grove Dunstable or somewhere in Luton.

  12. Malc says:

    Yep, defo Essex ! Chelmsford preferably… and we can then talk Monkees afterwards !

  13. Kirstyn says:

    Devon would love to see you, I can guarantee you at least one ticket if you came to Exeter….that’s worth it right?!!

  14. Sharon says:

    Fantastic news, can’t wait.

  15. Glen says:

    Brave it and come to Glasgow please 🙂

  16. DB says:

    Yes please to Luton. Talk to the Hat Factory or the Library Theatre..please!! 🙂

  17. David Kassa says:

    Please do a Watford venue I cannot wait to see this show !

  18. samantha says:

    Awww nothing near Luton

  19. samantha says:

    Awww nothing near Luton

  20. Joe says:

    Yes please come to the South West, Devon/ Cornwall.

  21. Stewart says:

    Would be great if you would bring it to Scotland in the future.

  22. mook says:

    I am the mook

  23. Jay jay says:

    pleae please come to Torquay/Devon

  24. Kyle rickards says:

    Hi

    Are you doing any london dates this time round?

    Thanks
    Kyle

  25. Kyle rickards says:

    Doh! Just read you’re talking to London and Machester-sorry!

  26. Mark says:

    Hey Iain, can’t wait to see you at the home of XTC, Swindon.
    Love from Mikes Dickin.

  27. John Evans says:

    Will Rob Bernice be at the show ?

  28. Paulie says:

    Do a show in Stoke you massive bummer

  29. Steve Cain says:

    heard the tour being mentioned on the show this morning, surprised there is no Luton/Dunstable show as I’d think you’d get a large audience, will keep checking back. As others have mentioned Hat factory, the bear club on Guildford street (it does comedy not just jazz) or the library theatre would all be suitable venues. here is hoping.

  30. martin ward says:

    Aylesbury. If the Theatre is too big you can use my garden. It’s quite big and I would save a taxi fare.

  31. Nick Dean says:

    Terrific. I’m there wherever, but a show in Yorkshire would be great for me. Even in Barnsworth.

    Which reminds me, what was the song and artist you used to play back in the mod-2000s that went something like,

    “G’dang, g’dang, g’dang, woo-hoo”

    I tried googling it a few weeks go but must not have had the spelling right.

  32. Cathryn says:

    Essex or East London would be brill!

  33. Kev says:

    Will you think about coming to Northampton to the Derngate or The Royal?

  34. Jamie says:

    what about London Iain? Up The Creek Comedy Club might be a good venue?…the fact I live in Greenwich has nothing to do with it!!

  35. Navs says:

    Any plans for London yet ?

  36. C says:

    Please put another Birmingham date on!

  37. ysr mahmood says:

    Hello there I see you are not doing any in london great

  38. Mia says:

    Any chance a London show will be taking place! :):):)

    • Sheila Finesilver says:

      Hi Mia and Ian, I’m in London and look forward to you bringing your show to London. Remember me Ian? I am Sheila from the Cockfosters and you did a prank call with me (pretending to be a Police Seargent) accusing me through a local Chemist in my street of stealing Benylin. Great it was.

      • Iain says:

        Bloody hell Sheila! I remember you very well, of course. I’m playing not too far from you in Highgate on October 10th. Do try and come.

  39. James v B says:

    Welwyn Garden City, Hawthorne Theatre (please), great facility, appreciative audiences…

  40. geoff says:

    come on the masses want it , a london show. kings place is a nice venue

  41. Mark says:

    I am really looking forward to attending.

    All promised to be a fantastic night out and with any luck I will be able to pick up some cheap railway sleepers from that bloke Busbekis or have a chat with Pradeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep.

  42. Mark says:

    i forgot to ask, will there be an appearance from Iain McCartney and the Black Thunder?

  43. Sheila Finesilver says:

    Any London dates yet?

  44. Ross says:

    I’m up for a Devon show.

  45. jim says:

    Any chance of a date in zummerzet? I’m fit, forty and feeling naughty…

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