Joel Dommett Announces Brand New Tour For 2020

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Joel Dommett Announces Brand New Tour For 2020

Off The Kerb Productions have announced a brand new tour for Joel Dommett - Unapologetic (If That's Ok?). The tour will begin in Derby on Wednesday 19th February 2020 and conclude in Hertford on Saturday 30th May 2020, taking in 38 dates across the UK. Tickets are on sale now via

After taking television screens by storm in reaching the final of I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! (ITV) in 2016, Joel went on to host I'm A Celebrity Extra Camp (ITV2) alongside Scarlett Moffatt and Joe Swash, and starred in two series of Comedy Central's critically acclaimed Joel and Nish vs. The World. He was most recently the co-host of Singletown (ITV2), and is to present prime time international smash hit The Masked Singer on ITV soon. Other TV includes Celebrity Juice, 8 Out of 10 Cats and Drunk History.

Joel toured most recent stand-up comedy show, Joel Dommett: Live to huge audiences across the UK, including two dates at London's Hammersmith Apollo, with a string of additional dates added due to phenomenal demand. Earlier in 2019, Joel released a 30-minute stand up special for Netflix as part of their global comedy season, Comedians of the World. His debut book, It's Not Me, It's Them was a Sunday Times Bestseller, and was recently released in paperback.

Tour Dates:

Wednesday, 19 February Derby Theatre

Friday, 21 February Maidstone Hazlitt Theatre

Saturday, 22 February London Blackheath Halls

Thursday, 27 February Tewkesbury Roses Theatre

Sunday, 1 March Dorking Dorking Halls

Friday, 6 March Shanklin Shanklin Theatre

Saturday, 7 March Frome Memorial Theatre

Sunday, 8 March Yeovil Westlands Entertainment

Friday, 13 March Bridport Electric Palace

Sunday, 15 March Kingston Rose Theatre

Thursday, 19 March Newbury Corn Exchange

Friday, 20 March Harrow Arts Centre

Saturday, 21 March Dunstable Grove

Thursday, 26 March Carmarthen Lyric Theatre

Saturday, 28 March Bury St Edmunds The Apex

Wednesday, 8 April Redditch Palace Theatre

Friday, 17 April Caernarfon Galeri Caernarfon

Saturday, 18 April Wrexham William Aston Hall

Sunday, 19 April Shrewsbury Theatre Severn

Wednesday, 22 April Chelmsford Civic Theatre

Friday, 24 April Stamford Corn Exchange

Wednesday, 29 April Swindon Wyvern Theatre

Thursday, 30 April Monmouth Savoy Theatre

Friday, 1 May Weston Super Mare Playhouse Theatre

Saturday, 2 May Evesham Arts Centre

Tuesday, 5 May Kings Lynn Corn Exchange

Wednesday, 6 May Loughborough Town Hall

Wednesday, 13 May Durham Gala Theatre

Thursday, 14 May Ilkley King's Hall

Friday, 15 May Chesterfield Pomegranate Theatre

Saturday, 16 May Huntingdon Hinchingbrooke PAC

Wednesday, 20 May Lancaster Grand Theatre

Thursday, 21 May Barrow in Furness The Forum

Friday, 22 May Workington Carnegie Theatre

Wednesday, 27 May Crewe Lyceum Theatre

Thursday, 28 May Stafford Gatehouse Theatre

Friday, 29 May Wellingborough Castle Theatre

Saturday, 30 May Hertford Theatre

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