Hannah Gadsby announces two London Palladium shows on her Body of Work Tour: how to get tickets

Hannah Gadsby will bring her Body of Work Tour to the London Palladium.

Hannah Gadsby has announced two London shows as part of her Body of Work Tour, and tickets go on sale soon.

The lesbian comedian will perform two nights at the London Palladium on 15 and 17 March in 2022.

Tickets for the shows go on sale at 10am on Friday (28 May) via LW Theatres.

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She announced the shows on Twitter saying: “I’m heading your way in March 2022. I’ve been hanging antipodean style for so long… I miss the northern hemisphere. I can’t wait! I mean, I can… I have to, because that’s how time works… but I’m sure looking forward to it.”

It’s safe to say that fans were made up to hear the news, with lots of replies featuring excited gifs and emojis.

One fan replied: “You have just made my day! Best news ever!”.

They’re currently her only shows scheduled for Europe but that’s not stopping her fans with one adding: “London is not in Sweden but bloody close enough!! I’ll be there!”.

Gadsby gained international recognition following the release of her live stand-up show Nanette on Netflix in 2018.

It’s been described as a groundbreaking show by critics for her discussion of impactful and personal topics including the challenges of growing up as a lesbian in conservative Tasmania, as well as sexism and mental illness.

Since its release the powerful show has won an Emmy Award and a Peabody Award and has been followed up by a worldwide tour and second Netflix special entitled Douglas.

She also regularly uses her platform to raise awareness of autism and ADHD, both of which she was diagnosed with ahead of creating her Nanette show.

Fans can get tickets for Hannah Gadsby’s upcoming Body of Work Tour at 10am on 27 May via lwtheatres.co.uk.

Hannah Gadsby’s Body of Work UK tour dates

  • 15 March – London Palladium
  • 17 March – London Palladium