More News! Tour Dates On Sale…

“Well well well, It’s a newsletter for the second time in less than month.

This has never happened before. He must have something to sell!”

Unfortunately, you’re right Person I Just Made Up For The Express Purpose Of Starting This Newsletter.

I hope you are all keeping well in the time of the Filthy Rona. HERE IS SOME NEWS.


Next year I am going out on tour. It will be all over the UK and (for the first time) Ireland.
All of which is incredibly exciting. The show is called CONTROL and the dates are here:

Bristol, The Downs – Sunday 6th June 2021 – TICKETS

Hull, Bonus Arena – Wednesday 2nd February 2022 – TICKETS

King’s Lynn, Corn Exchange – Thursday 3rd February 2022

Nottingham, Playhouse – Friday 4th February 2022 – TICKETS

Cambridge, Corn Exchange – Saturday 5th February 2022

Margate, Theatre Royal – Sunday 6th February 2022 – TICKETS

York, Opera House – Wednesday 9th February 2022 – TICKETS

Leeds, City Varieties – Thursday 10th February 2022 – TICKETS

Salford, The Lowry – Friday 11th February 2022

Carlisle, Sands Centre – Saturday 12th February 2022 – TICKETS

Royal Leamington Spa, Spa Centre – Thursday 17th February 2022

Blackburn, King’s Hall – Friday 18th February 2022 – TICKETS

Telford, The Place – Saturday 19th February 2022 – TICKETS

Peterborough, Cresset – Sunday 20th February 2022

Guildford, G Live – Saturday 26th February 2022

Bexhill On Sea, De La Warr Pavilion – Sunday 27th February 2022 – TICKETS

Ipswich, Regent Theatre – Wednesday 2nd March 2022

Lincoln, Engine Shed – Thursday 3rd March 2022

Leicester, De Montfort Hall – Friday 4th March 2022 – TICKETS

Leeds, City Varieties – Saturday 5th March 2022 – TICKETS

Huddersfield, Town Hall – Wednesday 9th March 2022

Newark, Palace Theatre – Thursday 10th March 2022

Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre – Friday 11th March 2022

Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre – Saturday 12th March 2022 – TICKETS

Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall – Sunday 13th March 2022 – TICKETS

Aberdeen, Tivoli – Thursday 17th March 2022 – TICKETS

Glasgow, Pavilion – Friday 18th March 2022 – TICKETS

Newcastle, Tyne Journal Theatre – Saturday 19th March 2022 – TICKETS

Buxton, Opera House – Sunday 20th March 2022

Bath, Forum – Wednesday 23rd March 2022

Weymouth, Pavilion – Thursday 24th March 2022 – TICKETS

Exeter, Corn Exchange – Friday 25th March 2022 – TICKETS

Torquay, Babbacombe Theatre – Saturday 26th March 2022

Basingstoke, The Anvil – Sunday 27th March 2022

Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn – Thursday 31st March 2022 – TICKETS

Cheltenham, Town Hall – Friday 1st April 2022

Brighton, The Dome – Saturday 2nd April 2022 – TICKETS

St. Albans, The Alban Arena – Sunday 3rd April 2022 – TICKETS

Reading, The Hexagon – Wednesday 6th April 2022

Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena – Friday 8th April 2022

Colchester, Charter Hall – Saturday 9th April 2022 – TICKETS

Bangor, Pontio – Wednesday 13th April 2022

Birmingham, Town Hall – Thursday 14th April 2022

Birmingham, Town Hall – Friday 15th April 2022

Brecon, Theatr Brycheiniog – Saturday 16th April 2022 – TICKETS

Cardiff, St. David’s Hall – Sunday 17th April 2022 – TICKETS

Dorking, Dorking Halls – Wednesday 20th April 2022

Gravesend, Woodville – Thursday 21st April 2022

Hackney, The Empire – Friday 22nd April 2022 – TICKETS

Hackney, The Empire – Saturday 23rd April 2022 – TICKETS

Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall – Sunday 24th April 2022

Carmarthen, The Lyric – Wednesday 27th April 2022

Monmouth, Savoy – Thursday 28th April 2022 – TICKETS

Machynlleth, Comedy Festival – Friday 29th April 2022

Machynlleth, Comedy Festival – Saturday 30th April 2022

Machynlleth, Comedy Festival – Sunday 1st May 2022

Dublin, Vicar Street – Thursday 12th May 2022 – TICKETS

Oxford, New Theatre – Tuesday 17th May 2022 – TICKETS

The blurb for the show is right here:

It has been a period of upheaval and uncertainty with COVID and the political situation.
You will be amazed by my capacity to somehow take all these things personally.

Control is a new show from the host of The Mash Report and one of the Guardian’s Top
Fifty Comedians of the 21st Century
. As seen on Live at the Apollo, Taskmaster, Netflix’s Comedians of the World, QI, Conan and The News.

Comedian Nish Kumar was booed off stage after making Brexit jokes at a charity event
on Monday night. Kumar, who hosts the BBC’s Mash Report, was performing at the Lord’s Taverners annual charity cricket lunch.” – BBC News Report – 3rd December 2019


You can boo, but booing’s got nothing to do with it” – Bob Dylan


Man, I’ve got grown men @ing me bulls**t/You’re getting way too old for the timeline” – Stormzy


I was at a hospital the other night where I think there were a few coronavirus patients
and I shook hands with everybody, you will be pleased to know, and I continue to shake hands” – Boris Johnson – 3rd March 2020.

There are still a couple of dates to be added, and the remaining ticket links will be added to the site in the next few days, so bear with us if you don’t see your town on the list.

Now please, for the love of all things holy, buy every available ticket.


Thank you to everyone who has bought/streamed the albums. Inexplicably, Part One went to number 21 in the UK Album Charts.

Let’s keep pushing it and turn me into a chart sensation.

Thank you for reading and for giving me money for things. I will be in touch soon with some more “news”.

Stay Safe,