Live Tour – New dates added!


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Live Tour – New dates added!

Two shows down, a few more to go. The Iain Lee Vs Radio tour has been a lot of fun and I’ve really started to get to grips with the show. It’s constantly being tinkered with and updated and I genuinely think it;s pretty funny. Remember, it;s not stand up comedy, it’s me chatting and trying to convey my passion for radio to the audience. That makes it sound quite dry – it’s actually pretty funny. I should also warn you, it contains some very strong indoor language. VERY strong.

Anyway, here’s a list of shows. Some of them are selling very fast and the two shows in Birmingham are completely sold out. Sorry. There is now a London date. Jacksons Lane in Highgate is a wonderful venue that I played in probably 20 years ago. Back then I was playing bass for an experimental dance performance (actually true) this time, I’m talking bollocks about the radio.

If you come to any of the shows, I stick around after for photos and also sell a few t-shirts and badges. It’s all pretty informal and I’ll answer anything you want to ask.

Brighton and Luton are very close to being sold out so…hurry!

Do let me know if you’re coming!

 

10 September
Komedia, Brighton
£15/£12 concession
KOMEDIA TICKETS
0845 293 8480

 

11th September
Huntingdon Hall, Worcester
WORCESTER TICKETS
01905 611427

 

12th September
Arts Centre, Swindon
£13/15 tickets
SWINDON TICKETS
01793 524481

 

18th September
The Junction, Cambridge
£15/13
CAMBRIDGE TICKETS
01223 511511

 

26th September
Rondo Theatre ONSALE NOW!
St Saviour’s Road
Bath BA1 6RT
BATH TICKETS
01225 463362

 

October 8th
Jacksons Lane, Highgate, North London
LONDON TICKETS 

 

10th October (2 shows) BOTH SHOWS SOLD OUT
7pm & 9:15pm
MAC Birmingham

 

NEW DATE 17th October
Luton Library Theatre
LUTON TICKETS

 

22nd October
Hangar Farm Arts Centre, Totton
TOTTON TICKETS
02380667683

 


8 Responses to “Live Tour – New dates added!”

  1. Harby Baines says:

    Hi Iain, gutted you left Radio BBC WM. Any plans of adding anymore dates in the midlands or perhaps another Birmingham date?

  2. Allen the roofer says:

    So sad you are not on radio anymore
    I have to listen to xfm now
    But you need to do more dates so I can come see you
    If I would off known you won’t be doing radio anymore I would off come seen you a long time ago
    Oh and I was right about you getting your roof cleaned by the way

  3. Richie H says:

    Hello Iain,

    Ive been an avid listener of your radio show for quite some time and was astonished to hear of your sudden departure. When I found out why you left I was both saddened and confused.
    Compared to the rest of the drivel on radio in the mornings your show gave me many a belly laugh during my boring trips down the M1 to work.

    Music aside, the topical debates and candid approach to weeding information out of politicians as well as your ability to turn an argument on its head with your quick witted approach made me want to find out more about local stories and goings on in Beds Herts and Bucks. I can’t be bothered to listen anymore as it’s not the same now.

    Let us know what station you’ll be working on next so I can tune in. All the best Iain. Upwards and onwards!!

  4. Johnf860 says:

    I loved your post.Much thanks again. fageckeebeae

  5. Jimmydamac says:

    Oi Iain.

    I know you’re not keen on Manchester, but any chance you could bring your show North of border… You big typical London-centric, racist, anti Christian, southerner. Typical BBC.

    (t

  6. Jimmydamac says:

    Balls. I pressed send too early.

    Love you’re stuff. Please bring your show North. X

  7. Jimmydamac says:

    Double balls. Just re-read what I said and thought I was being totally hilarious. Completely understand if my comments are moderated out of existence.

    Night night.

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