Key Moments & Performance Timeline


Starting to build up a timeline of key moments and performance dates, probably still lots more to add and discover but it’s a start. Please get in touch if you saw any of these performances or if you can give me any dates, especially when TV episodes were recorded…

1979

  • May 1979 – The Comedy Store opened, basement of Gargoyle Club, Dean Street, Soho, London
  • Summer 1979 – Edinburgh Festival, 20th Century Coyote – “Death on The Toilet”
  • December 1979 – Rik and Ade start to perform at the Comedy Store

1980

  • 7th October 1980 – Comic Strip Club opened at The Boulevard Theatre, Raymond Revue bar Soho, London
  • Boom Boom… Out Go the Lights (1) – Broadcast Tuesday 14th October 1980, 10.20pm BBC2

1981

  • 1st June 1981 – Fundamental Frolics, 20th Century Coyote perform, Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave London
  • July 1981 – Comic Strip Club closed
  • September 1981 – The Comic Strip vinyl LP released
  • During 1981 – Rik asked to be in Kick up the Eighties and was made
  • Kick up the Eighties – 1st Series – Broadcast Monday 21st September 1981, 9pm BBC2
  • Autumn 1981 – The Comic Strip toured the UK
  • 29th September 1981 – Sheffield Polytechnic
  • 4th December 1981 – Reading University Student Union
  • 3rd November 1981 – Kevin Turvey appears on The Russell Harty Show

1982

  • 24th January 1982 – pilot episode of The Young Ones was recorded – Demolition
  • February 1982 – The Comic Strip toured the UK
  • Sunday 21st February 1982 – The Comic Strip tour – Apollo Theatre, Oxford, Oxford Poly Students Union
  • March/April 1982 – The Comic Strip toured Australia for two months, Adelaide Festival and Sydney. Rik and Lise also busy writing The Young Ones
  • 1982 – Five episodes of The Comic Strip Presents were filmed
  • 1982 – Five episodes of The Young Ones were made
  • 19th August 1982 – TV recording of The Young Ones at Television Centre – Boring
  • The Young Ones – 1st Series – Demolition – Broadcast Tuesday 9th November 1982 9pm BBC2
  • End of 1982 – The Comedy Store closed from it original venue

1983

  • Kevin Turvey & The Bastard Squad featuring The Young Ones Tour
  • 23rd February 1983 – Trent Poly Nottingham
  • 24th February 1983 – Cardiff University
  • 25th February 1983 – Aberyswth  University
  • 26th February 1983 – Manchester University
  • 27th February 1983 – Lancaster University
  • 28th February 1983 – Durham University
  • 2nd March 1983 – University of East Anglia
  • 4th March 1983 – Oxford Apollo
  • 5th March 1983 – Southampton University
  • 8th March 1983 – Reading University
  • 9th March 1983 – Loughborough University
  • 10th March 1983 – Leicester University
  • 11th March 1983 – Birmingham University
  • 12th March 1983 – Hull University
  • 13th March 1983 – York Theatre Royal
  • 16th March 1983 – Teeside Poly
  • 17th March 1983 – Dundee University
  • 18th March 1983 – Glasgow University
  • 19th March 1983 – Strathclyde University
  • 20th March 1983 – Sunderland Empire
  • 23rd March 1983 – Sheffield Poly
  • 24th March 1983 – Derby Assembly Rooms
  • 25th March 1983 – Ipswich Gaumont
  • 26th March 1983 – Coventry Apollo
  • 27th March 1983 – Bath Theatre Royal
  • Sunday 10th April 1983 – Too Hot to Handle, benefit show, Apollo Victoria Theatre, London. Rik Mayall and The Young Ones (Ade & Nigel) perform
  • August 1983 (18th, 26th) – Ben Elton, Andy de la Tour, 20th Century Coyote, Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh festival
  • 20th November 1983 – University of Leicester – with Ben Elton and Andy de la Tour
  • 9-13th December 1983 – Man equals Man, Contact Theatre Manchester

1984

  • 15th February 1984 – TV recording of The Young Ones at Television Centre – Bambi
  • 7th September 1984 – Striking Miners Benefit Gig Royal Festival Hall
  • 29th – 30th September 1984 – 1st Nether Wallop Arts Festival
  • Rik Mayall and Ben Elton Stand Up Tour 1984
  • 14th October 1984 – Gate Theatre Notting Hill
  • 21st October 1984 – Warehouse Theatre Croydon
  • 23rd November 1984 – Dundee University
  • 24th November 1984 – Strathclyde University
  • 25th November 1984 – Inverness Eden Court Theatre
  • 26th November 1984 – Aberdeen Capitol Theatre
  • 27th November 1984 – Cliffs Pavilion Southend
  • 27th November 1984 – Cliffs Pavilion Southend
  • 28th November 1984 – Ferneham Hall, Fareham
  • 29th November 1984 – Slough Fulcrum Centre
  • 30th November 1984 – Margate Winter Gardens
  • 1st December 1984 – Doncaster Gaumont
  • 2nd December 1984 – Birmingham Repertory Theatre
  • 2nd December 1984 – Birmingham Repertory Theatre
  • 3rd December 1984 – Southport Theatre
  • 3rd December 1984 – Lancaster Sugar House Club
  • 4th December 1984 – Cardiff St Davids Hall
  • 5th December 1984 – Warwick Arts Centre
  • 6th December 1984 – Derby Assembly Rooms
  • 7th December 1984 – Salford University
  • 8th December 1984 – Middlesbrourgh Town Hall

1985

  • Play – The Government Inspector
  • 25th January 1985 – Opening night, Olivier Theatre (81 performances)
  • 28th January 1985 – Olivier Theatre
  • 31st January 1985 – Press night
  • Stand Up Tour with Ben Elton
  • 22nd April 1985 – Southampton Gaumont Theatre
  • 24th April 1985 – Oxford Apollo
  • 28th April 1985 – Ritz Theatre Lincoln
  • 13th June 1985 – TV recording of Blackadder II at BBC Television Centre – Bells
  • 10th – 14th August 1985 – Stand up performances with Ben Elton in Ibiza
  • 1st October 1985 – Last night of The Govenment Inspector, Olivier Theatre
  • Rik Mayall and Ben Elton Stand Up Tour 1985
  • 23rd November 1985 – Dundee University
  • 24th November 1985 – Glasgow Pavilion
  • 25th November 1985 – Motherwell Concert Hall
  • 26th November 1985 – Aderdeen Capitol
  • 27th November 1985 – Inverness Eden Court Theatre
  • 28th November 1985 – Ayr Odeon
  • 1st December 1985 – Liverpool Empire
  • 2nd December 1985 – Newcastle City Hall
  • 3rd December 1985 – Preston Guildhall
  • 4th December 1985 – Bradford St George’s Hall
  • 5th December 1985 – Sheffield City Hall
  • 6th December 1985 – Manchester Apollo
  • 7th December 1985 – Birmingham Odeon
  • 8th December 1985 – Ipswich Gaumont
  • 9th December 1985 – The Dome Brighton
  • 10th December 1985 – Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
  • 11th December 1985 – Dominion Theatre, London
  • 12th December 1985 – Dominion Theatre, London
  • 13th December 1985 – Dominion Theatre, London
  • 14th December 1985 – Dominion Theatre, London

1986

  • 8th March 1986 – Cliff Richard and The Young Ones single ‘Living Doll’ released
  • 12th March 1986 – Rik on Wogan Show promoting Comic Relief and the ‘Living Doll’ single
  • 4th/5th/6th April 1986 – Comic Relief Utterly Utterly Live, Shaftesbury Theatre London
  • Rik Mayall and Ben Elton ‘An Evening of Stand Up Comedy’ Tour in Australia
  • 19th April 1986 – Princess Theatre, Melbourne
  • 20th April 1986 – Countdown Awards, Melbourne – Rik & Ben present an award
  • 21st April 1986 – Sports Centre, Melbourne
  • 23rd April 1986 – Canberra Theatre, Canberra
  • 24th April 1986 – The Batton Theatre, Adelaide
  • 25th April 1986 – Ocean Groove Hotel, Ocean Groove
  • 26th April – 2nd May 1986 – Athenaeum Theatre, Melbourne
  • 3rd -5th May 1986 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney
  • 6th May 1986 – Port Kembla
  • 7th May 1986 – Castle Hill
  • 8th – 10th May 1986 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney
  • 11th May 1986 – Arts Factory, Byron Bay
  • 12th May 1986 – Festival Hall, Brisbane
  • 13th -17th May 1986 – Leederville Hotel, Perth
  • 16th August 1986Bad News perform at Monsters of Rock, Castle Donington Derbyshire
  • 2nd November 1986 – TV recording of Filthy Rich and Catflap at New Broadcasting House Manchester
  • 9th November 1986Bad News at Hammersmith Odeon
  • 25th December 1986 – Rik and Ben Royal Albert Hall London ??

1987

  • 14th August 1987 – TV recording of The New Statesman at Television Centre
  • 28th – 30th August 1987Bad News at The Reading Festival
  • 17th October 1987 – Bad News at LCR Norwich
  • 21st October 1987 – Bad News at Leicester Polytechnic
  • 23rd October 1987 – Bad News at Victoria Hall Henley
  • 24th October 1987 – Bad News at Edinburgh Playhouse
  • 26th October 1987 – Bad News at Manchester Apollo
  • 27th October 1987 – Bad News at Sheffield City Hall
  • 28th October 1987 – Bad News at Royal Concert Hall Nottingham
  • 30th October 1987 – Bad News at Poole Arts Centre
  • 2nd November 1987 – Bad News at Portsmouth Guildhall
  • 4th November 1987 – Bad News at Colston Hall Bristol
  • 5th November 1987 – Bad News at Hammersmith Odeon
  • 9th November 1987 – Bad News at Hammersmith Odeon

1988

  • 10th January 1988 – recording of The New Statesman – A Comic Relief special
  • Play – The Common Pursuit
  • 29th March 1988 – Previews at Phoenix Theatre London
  • 7th April 1988 – opening night
  • 30th July 1988 – Last night
  • 3rd November 1988Bad News at St David’s Hall Cardiff
  • 16th – 17th December 1988Bad News at Marquee Club London

1989

  • 29th May 1989 – Tour with Andy de la Tour, Worthing Pavillion
  • 17th September 1989 – TV recording of Blackadder Goes Forth at Television Centre – Private Plane
  • Stand Up Tour with Andy de la Tour
  • 13th November 1989 – Cambridge Corn Exchange
  • 14th November 1989 – Theatre Royal Norwich
  • 15th November 1989 – Colston Hall Bristol
  • 16th November 1989 – Queen’s Theatre Stoke-on-Trent
  • 17th November 1989 – Davenport Theatre Stockport
  • 19th November 1989 – Southampton Mayflower Theatre
  • 20th November 1989 – The Hexagon Reading
  • 21st November 1989 – St Davids Hall Cardiff
  • 23rd November 1989 – Warwick Arts Centre
  • 24th November 1989 – Royal Court Theatre Nottingham
  • 25th November 1989 – Sheffield City Hall
  • 26th November 1989 – Manchester Opera House
  • 27th November 1989 – Grand Theatre Blackpool
  • 28th November – Newcastle City Hall
  • 29th November 1989 – Sunderland Empire
  • 1st December 1989 – St Georges Hall Bradford
  • 2nd December 1989 – The Hexagon Reading
  • 3rd – 5th December 1989 – Alexandra Theatre Birmingham
  • 6th December 1989 – Brighton Dome
  • 7th December 1989 – Portsmouth Guildhall
  • 9th December 1989 – Royal Court Theatre Liverpool
  • 10th December 1989 – Glasgow Pavillion
  • 11th December 1989 – Southport Theatre & Convention Centre
  • 12th December 1989 – Cambridge Corn Exchange
  • 13th December 1989 – Oxford Apollo
  • 15th December 1989 – Middlesbrough Town Hall
  • 16th December 1989 – Hull City Hall
  • 17th December 1989 – Glasgow Pavillion

1990

  • 24th June 1990 – TV recording at Television Centre of Bottom pilot episode Contest
  • August – September 1990 – Filming of Drop Dead Fred in Minneapolis USA

1991

  • 24th May 1991Drop Dead Fred opens in US cinemas
  • 4th June 1991 – Opening titles for Bottom were filmed in Hammersmith
  • 14th June 1991 – TV recording of Bottom at Television Centre – Smells
  • 21st June 1991 – TV recording of Bottom at Television Centre – Apocalypse
  • 28th June 1991 – TV recording of Bottom at Television Centre – ‘s Up
  • 5th July 1991 – TV recording of Bottom at Television Centre – Gas
  • 12th July 1991 – TV recording of Bottom at Television Centre – Accident
  • 9th September 1991 – Rik appears on Wogan show, interviewed by Gloria Hunniford
  • Play – Waiting For Godot
  • 23rd- 29th September 1991 – Previews at Queens Theatre London
  • 30th September 1991 – Opening night
  • 11th October 1991Drop Dead Fred opens in UK cinemas
  • 26th October 1991 – Queens Theatre, London

1992

  • 21st April – 27th May 1992 – Filming of Carry On Columbus at Pinewood Studios
  • 11th May 1992 – TV recording of Bottom at Television Centre – ‘s Out
  • 17th May 1992 – TV recording of Bottom at Television Centre – Culture
  • 25th May 1992 – TV recording of Bottom at Television Centre – Burglary
  • Stand Up Tour
  • 5th June 1992 – Eastbourne Congress Theatre
  • 6th June 1992 – Newport Centre
  • 7th June 1992 – Swansea Grand Theatre
  • 12th June 1992 – Brentwood Centre
  • 13th June 1992 – Salisbury City Hall
  • 14th June 1992 – Gloucester Leisure Centre
  • 18th June 1992 – Rhyl New Pavilion Theatre
  • 19th June 1992 – Wrexam Plas Madoc Leisure Centre
  • 20th June 1992 – Kendal South Lakeland Leisure Centre
  • 21st June 1992 – Oldham Queen Elizabeth Hall
  • 22nd June 1992 – St Helens Theatre Royal
  • 3rd July 1992 – TV recording of Bottom at Television Centre – Parade
  • 10th July 1992 – TV recording of Bottom at Television Centre – Holy
  • 17th July 1992 – TV recording of Bottom at Television Centre – Digger
  • 2nd October 1992 – Carry On Columbus released in UK cinemas
  • 21st November 1992 – TV recording of The New Statesman

1993

  • 4th April 1993 – Rik appears on The Aspel Show
  • Bottom Live Tour
  • 14th April 1993 – Rhyl New Pavilion
  • 15th April 1993 – Doncaster Dome
  • 16th April 1993 – Hanley Victoria Hall
  • 17th April 1993 – Rik and Ade appear on the last episode of Going Live!
  • 17th April 1993 – Guldford Civic Hall
  • 19th April 1993 – The Dome Brighton
  • 20th April 1993 – Kidderminster Arena
  • 21st April 1993 – Hull City Hall
  • 22nd April 1993 – Bradford St Georges
  • 23rd April 1993 – Sunderland Empire
  • 24th April 1993 – Middlesbrough Town Hall
  • 26th April 1993 – Glasgow Pavilion
  • 28th April 1993 – Aberdeen Capitol
  • 29th April 1993 – Edinburgh Playhouse
  • 30th April 1993 – York Barbican
  • 1st May 1993 – Newcastle City Hall
  • 3rd May 1993 – Hippodrome Bristol
  • 4th May 1993 – Poole Arts Centre
  • 5th May 1993 – Wolverhampton Civic Hall
  • 6th May 1993 – Wolverhampton Civic Hall
  • 8th May 1993 – Cambridge Corn Exchange
  • 10th May 1993 – St Albans Arena
  • 11th May 1993 – High Wycombe Swan Theatre
  • 13th May 1993 – Cardiff St Davids Hall
  • 16th May 1993 – Woking New Victoria Theatre
  • 18th May 1993 – Sheffield City Hall
  • 19th May 1993 – Liverpool Empire
  • 21st May 1993 – Blackpool Opera House
  • 22nd May 1993 – Scarborough Futurist Theatre
  • 23rd May 1993 – Lincoln Ritz
  • 25th May 1993 – Guildhall Portsmouth
  • 26th May 1993 – Leeds Grand Theatre
  • 27th May 1993 – Leeds Grand Theatre
  • 28th May 1993 – Northampton Derngate
  • 29th May 1993 – Manchester Apollo
  • 31st May 1993 – Birmingham Symphony Hall
  • 2nd June 1993 – Nottingham Royal Centre
  • 4th June 1993 – Oxford Apollo
  • 7th June 1993 – Leicester De Montford Hall
  • 9th June 1993 – Southend Cliffs Pavilion
  • 11th June 1993 – Norwich Theatre Royal
  • 12th June 1993 – Norwich Theatre Royal
  • 13th June 1993 – Brentwood Centre
  • 14th June 1993 – Ipswich Regent
  • 15th June 1993 – Reading Hexagon
  • 18th June 1993 – Mayflower Southampton
  • 19th June 1993 – Mayflower Southampton
  • 21st June 1993 – Plymouth Pavilion
  • 26th June 1993 – Hammersmith Apollo
  • 5th July 1993 – Colston Hall Bristol
  • 12th December 1993 – British Comedy Awards, Rik wins best comedy actor

1994

1995

  • Play – Cell Mates
  • Richmond Theatre
  • 14th – 15th February 1995 – previews
  • 16th February 1995 – Opening night
  • 23rd February 1995 – Stephen Fry quits play and goes missing
  • 11th March 1995 – Albery Theatre, London
  • 15th March 1995 – Cell Mates closes
  • Bottom Live – The Big Number 2 Tour
  • 18th – 23rd September 1995 – Bristol Hippodrome
  • 25th – 27th September 1995 – Woking New Victoria Thratre
  • 1st & 3rd October 1995 – Bournemouth B.I.C
  • 2nd October 1995 – Protsmouth Guildhall
  • 4th – 6th October 1995 – Plymouth Pavillions
  • 9th – 12th October 1995 – Oxford Apollo
  • 16th – 17th October 1995 – Dome Brighton
  • 18th October 1995 – Manchester Apollo
  • 19th – 21st October 1995 – Festival Theatre Edinburgh
  • 23rd – 25th October 1995 – Glasgow Concert Hall
  • 27th – 28th October 1995 – Portsmouth Guildhall
  • 30th October – 4th November 1995 – Leeds Grand Theatre
  • 6th – 11th November 1995 – Birmingham Hippodrome
  • 12th – 14th November 1995 – St Davids Hall Cardiff
  • 16th – 18th November 1995 – Manchester Apollo
  • 19th November 1995 – Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
  • 20th November 1995 – Leicester De Montfort Hall
  • 24th – 25th Blackburn King Georges Hall
  • 26th – 28th November 1995 – Newcastle City Hall
  • 29th November 1995 – Hull City Hall
  • 1st – 3rd December 1995 – Wolverhampton Civic Hall
  • 5th – 6th December 1995 – Sheffield City Hall
  • 7th – 10th December 1995 – Hammersmith Labatt’s Apollo
  • 11th – 14th December 1995 – Liverpool Empire
  • 18th December 1995 – Scarborough Futurist Theatre
  • 19th 20th December 1995 – Nottingham Royal Centre

1996

1997

  • Bottom Live 3 – Hooligans Island Tour
  • 13th – 18th January 1997 – Nottingham Royal Centre
  • 20th – 25th January 1997 – Labatt’s Apollo Manchester
  • 27th January – 1st February 1997 – Sheffield City Hall
  • 3rd – 8th February 1997 – Liverpool Empire
  • 10th – 15th February 1997 – Glasgow Kings Theatre
  • 17th – 22nd February 1997 – Bradford Alhambra
  • 24th February – 1st March 1997 – Apollo Theatre Oxford
  • 2nd – 8th March 1997 – Birmingham Hippodrome
  • 10th – 13th March 1997 – Ipswich Regent
  • 14th – 15th March 1997 – Blackpool Opera House
  • 17th – 22nd March 1997 – Bristol Hippodrome

1998

1999

2000

  • Play – A Family Affair
  • 16th – 21st October 2000 – Regent Theatre Stoke-on-Trent
  • 23rd – 28th October 2000 – Arts Theatre Cambridge
  • 6th – 11th November 2000 – Theatre Royal Bath
  • 13th -18th November 2000 – Yvonne Arnold Theatre Guildford
  • 20th – 25th November 2000 – Churchill Theatre Bromley
  • 27th November – 2nd December 2000 – Richmond Theatre London
  • 4th – 9th December Theatre Royal Brighton
  • 11th – 16th December 2000 – Malvern Theatres

2001

  • Bottom Live 4 – An Arse Oddity Tour
  • 17th September 2001 – Sunderland Empire
  • 19th September 2001 – Newcastle City Hall
  • 20th September 2001 – Llandudno North Wales Theatre
  • 21st September 2001 – Southport Theatre
  • 22nd September 2001 – Scarborough Futurist Theatre
  • 24th – 26th September 2001 – Southend Cliffs Pavillion
  • 27th September 2001 – York Barbican
  • 1st October 2001 – Wolverhampton Civic Hall
  • 5th October 2001 – Blackburn King Georges Hall
  • 8th October 2001 – Nottingham Royal Centre
  • 12th – 13th October 2001 – Liverpool Royal Court
  • 15th October 2001 – Sheffield City Hall
  • 19th October 2001 – Hull City Hall
  • 21st October 2001 – The Centre Brighton
  • 22nd October 2001 – Croydon Fairfield Hall
  • 23rd October 2001 – Watford Colosseum
  • 24th October 2001 – Bristol Colston Hall
  • 25th October 2001 – Cardiff CIA
  • 27th October 2001 – Birmingham NIA
  • 29th October 2001 – Manchester Apollo
  • 3rd November 2001 – Dublin The Point
  • 4th November 2001 – Belfast Odyssey Arena
  • 5th November 2001 – Blackpool Opera House
  • 7th November 2001 – Edinburgh Playhouse
  • 8th November 2001 – Glasgow Clyde Auditorium
  • 11th November 2001 – Stoke-on-Trent Regent Theatre
  • 12th November 2001 – Portsmouth Guildhall
  • 13th November 2001 – Plymouth Pavillions
  • 15th November 2001 – Oxford Apollo
  • 19th – 20th November 2001 – Leeds Grand Theatre
  • 26th -27th November 2001 – Ipswich Regent
  • 30th November 2001 – Bournemouth BIC
  • 7th December 2001 – Windsor Hall Bournemouth

2002

2003

  • Play – Present Laughter
  • 21st – 25th January 2003 – Theatre Royal Brighton
  • 27th January – 1st February 2003 – Malvern Theatres
  • 3rd- 8th February 2003 – Wycombe Swan
  • 10th – 15th February 2003 – Oxford Playhouse
  • 17th – 22nd February 2003 – Churchill Theatre, Bromley
  • 24th February – 1st March 2003 – Glasgow King’s Theatre
  • 3rd – 8th March 2003 – Richmond Theatre
  • 10th – 15th March 2003 – Yvonne Arnold Theatre, Guildford
  • from 17th March 2003 – ???
  • 24th – 29th March 2003 – Theatre Royal, Bath
  • Bottom Live 5 – Weapons Grade Y-Fronts Tour
  • 3rd October 2003 – Glasgow Clyde Auditorium
  • 6th – 7th October 2003 – Plymouth Pavillions
  • 8th October 2003 – Portsmouth Guildhall
  • 10th October 2003 – Bournemouth BIC
  • 12th – 13th October 2003 – Croydon Fairfield Hall
  • 15th – 18th October 2003 – Nottingham Royal Centre
  • 20th – 24th October 2003 – Leeds Grand Opera House
  • 25th October 2003 – Cardiff CIA
  • 26th October 2003 – Watford Colosseum
  • 28th – 30th October 2003 – Southend Cliffs Pavillon
  • 31st October 2003 – The Centre Brighton
  • 3rd November 2003 – Manchester Carling Apollo
  • 4th – 5th November 2003 – Sheffield City Hall
  • 6th November 2003 – Wolverhampton Civic Hall
  • 7th November 2003 – Sunderland Empire
  • 8th November 2003 – Manchester Carling Apollo
  • 9th November 2003 – Ipswich Regent Theatre
  • 11th November 2003 – Newcastle City Hall
  • 12th November 2003 – Blackburn King Georges Hall
  • 14th November 2003 – Llandudno Theatre for North Wales
  • 15th November 2003 – Blackpool Opera House
  • 16th – 17th November 2003 – Oxford New Theatre
  • 19th – 21st November 2003 – Bristol Hippodrome Theatre
  • 22nd – 23rd November 2003 – Birmingham Academy at the NIA
  • 25th – 26th November 2003 – Liverpool Empire Theatre
  • 27th – 29th November 2003 – London Carling Apollo Hammersmith
  • 1st – 2nd December 2003 – Leicester De Montford Hall
  • 5th December 2003 – Dublin The Point
  • 6th December 2003 – Belfast Odyssey Arena
  • 8th – 9th December 2003 – Ipswich Regent Theatre
  • 10th December 2003 – Newcastle City Hall
  • 11th December 2003 – Wolverhampton Civic Hall

2004

2005

2006

  • Play – The New Statesman – Episode 2006: The Blair B’stard Project
  • 19th – 22nd April 2006 – Theatre Royal Brighton
  • 24th – 29th April 2006 – New Wimbledon Theatre
  • 1st – 6th May 2006 – Bristol Hippodrome
  • 8th – 13th May 2006 – New Theatre Oxford
  • 15th -20th May 2006 – Grand Opera House York
  • 22nd – 27th May 2006 – Regent Theatre Stoke-on-Trent
  • 29th – 3rd June 2006 – Churchill Theatre Bromely
  • 5th – 10th June 2006 – Playhouse Theatre Edinburgh
  • 12th 17th June 2006 – Alexandra Theatre Birmingham
  • 19th – 24th June 2006 – Opera House Manchester
  • 26th June – 1st July 2006 – Kings Theatre Glasgow
  • 3rd – 8th July 2006 – The Hexagon Reading
  • 10th – 15th July 2006 – Theatre Royal Plymouth
  • 17th -22nd July 2006 – New Victoria Theatre Woking
  • 24th – 29th July 2006 – Milton Keynes Theatre
  • Play – The New Statesman – Alan B’Stard’s Extremely Secret Weapon
  • 13th December 2006 – 27th January 2007 – Trafalgar Studios London

2007

  • Play – The New Statesman – Alan B’stard’s Extremely Secret Weapon
  • 13th December 2006 – 27th January 2007 – Trafalgar Studios London
  • 15th – 24th March 2007 – The New Wimbledon Theatre London
  • 26th -31st March 2007 – Theatre Royal Bath
  • 7th April 2007 – Ipswich Regent
  • 9th – 14th April 2007 – Theatre Royal Brighton
  • 23rd – 28th April 2007 – Hull New Theatre
  • 30th April – 5th May 2007 New Theatre Cardiff
  • 7th – 12th May 2007 – Theatre Royal Nottingham
  • 4th – 9th June 2007 – Mayflower Theatre Southampton
  • 18th -23rd June 2007 – Her Majesty’s Theatre Aberdeen
  • 25th – 30th June 2007 – Churchill Theatre Bromley
  • 2nd – 7th July 2007 – Richmond Theatre London

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

  • 3rd April 2013 – CD signing of The Last Hurrah at the Bookseller, Falmouth

2014

  • 7th May 2014 – recording with Magic Eight Ball, Resident Studios, Willesdon Green



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