Dita Von Teese announces extra UK dates on her Glamonatrix tour: this is how to get tickets

Dita Von Teese is touring across the UK with her Glamonatrix tour.

Burlesque icon Dita Von Teese is touring across the UK in 2022 with her Glamonatrix show.

The performer will bring her “inclusive and diverse” Glamonatrix tour to venues across the country including newly announced dates.

Due to huge demand she’s added shows in Oxford, Brighton, Birmingham and Bristol and tickets will be available from Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

She previously announced the original run which included five nights at the London Palladium for 2020, but these were postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Von Teese has now confirmed that the entire Glamonatrix tour – including new dates – will take place in March 2022.

Fans can expect something that’s “far from a typical burlesque show, as Dita elevates and modernises the classic 1940s varitey show.”

It will feature an inclusive and diverse cast including male, female and gender-fluid performers from around the world, in a celebration of body diversity.

The glamorous variety show will feature costumes created by famed corset maker Mister Pearl, British designer Jenny Packham and burlesque icon Catherine D’Lish, while Dita and the cast will wear bespoke footwear from Christian Louboutin.

It follows up her own show, The Art of the Teese which became the most successful burlesque tour of all time.

As well as touring she’s appeared on RuPaul’s Drag Race and Project Runway and will feature in upcoming film Don’t Worry Darling, alongside Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde and Florence Pugh.

The new Glamonatrix dates are taking place in Oxford, Brighton, Birmingham and Bristol, while limited tickets are available for previously announced shows in Manchester, London and Edinburgh.

Tickets for the new dates go on sale at 12pm on Friday, 14 May via Ticketmaster and See Tickets. They’re priced from £29.50 and VIP packages are also available.

Dita Von Teese’s Glamonatrix 2022 UK tour dates

  • 2 March – Edinburgh, Playhouse
  • 4-6 & 8-9 March – London Palladium
  • 12 March – Oxford, New Theatre
  • 14-15 March – Birmingham, Alexandra Theatre
  • 17-18 March – Manchester, O2 Apollo
  • 20-21 March – Brighton, Dome
  • 24 March – Bristol, Hippodrome

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