DAWN FRENCH ANNOUNCES
NEW 2023 UK TOUR DATES
FOLLOWING MAJOR DEMAND FOR TICKETS
TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM DAWNFRENCHONTOUR.COM
Following major demand for tickets, the Queen of comedy Dawn French has announced a host of new UK tour dates for her critically acclaimed live one-woman show, ‘Dawn French Is A Huge Twat’, for 2023. Tickets are available from DawnFrenchOnTour.com.
The hilarious and endearing sell-out show toured earlier this year to rave reviews and wall-to-wall standing ovations. Now, Dawn will return to the stage from September to November 2023, playing over 20 venues in many more parts of the country including several nights at the world-famous London Palladium.
In ‘Dawn French Is A Huge Twat’, the award-winning actor, best-selling novelist and comedy legend invites audiences to join her on a whirlwind journey through some of the most embarrassing, misguided and undignified moments of her personal and professional life, deep-diving into the countless times she has demonstrated – in her own words – “a spectacular display of twattery”.
Announcing these 2023 shows, Dawn said: “Attention all Twats! We grossly underestimated just how many glorious Twats are out there, wanting this show, so here I come, the second leg of the tour. Wooohooo! I couldn’t be more chuffed if I were a chough. So now, stop nagging me on social media about the fact we missed your town…and get booking. I’m bringing my Twat to a theatre near you, it’s futile to resist.”
‘Dawn French Is A Huge Twat’ is written by Dawn French. The show is produced by PML & MGC and directed by Michael Grandage. Set and Costume Design by Lez Brotherston.
DAWN FRENCH IS A HUGE TWAT – UK TOUR 2023
7 – 10 September Northcott Theatre, Exeter
14 September Venue Cymru, Llandudno
16 September York Barbican
21 – 24 September London Palladium
28 September New Theatre, Oxford
29 – 30 September New Theatre, Cardiff
5 – 6 October Birmingham Hippodrome
8 October City Hall, Sheffield
14 October Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall
26 October Aberdeen Music Hall
27 October EICC, Edinburgh
29 October Glasgow Pavilion
2 November Bournemouth Pavilion
3 – 4 November Reading Hexagon
8 – 9 November Hall for Cornwall, Truro
16 November Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
17 November Victoria Hall, Stoke
18 November Buxton Opera House
19 November High Wycombe Swan
23 November Guildford, G Live
24 November Brighton Dome
25 November The Anvil, Basingstoke
26 November Theatre Royal, Bath