Lesbian comedian Hannah Gadsby adds four new UK Body of Work tour dates to meet huge demand

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

Hannah Gadsby has announced four additional dates on her Body of Work UK tour, and tickets are now on-sale.

The lesbian comedian will now stop off at four more cities in March 2022, as well as the previously announced London shows.

Tickets for her brand new Body of Work Tour will go on sale at 10am on Friday (4 June) from ticketmaster.co.uk and seetickets.com.

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Last month Hannah Gadsby announced two London Palladium shows which saw fans across Europe wanting to snap up tickets.

She’s now confirmed that the Body of Work Tour will head to theatres Manchester, Glasgow, Brighton and Edinburgh next March.

She announced the new tour dates in a tweet, joking: “EUROPE AND UK! I will not choose sides. You are both my friends. I’m bringing my new show…BODY OF WORK…on a cheeky tour on both sides of the ex divide.”

The tour follows up Hannah Gadsby’s show Douglas which she took to continents across the globe alongside the silver screen, with a Netflix special.

It marked Hannah Gadsby’s second Netflix special after Nanette, which was described as a groundbreaking show by critics and viewers for covering topics including mental illness, sexism and growing up as a lesbian in conservative Tasmania.

It received an Emmy and a Peabody and despite announcing she was quitting comedy during the show, she decided to stick with what she loved doing after the response to the stand-up special.

If you’re after Hannah Gadsby tickets, then they’re now on sale from lwtheatres.co.uk, and are priced from £34.15.

Meanwhile tickets for the new dates go on sale at 10am on Friday (4 June) via ticketmaster.co.uk and seetickets.com

Hannah Gadsby’s Body of Work UK tour dates

  • 6 March – Manchester Opera House
  • 7 March – Glasgow Kings Theatre
  • 9 March – Brighton Dome
  • 13 March – Edinburgh Festival Theatre
  • 15 March – London Palladium
  • 17 March – London Palladium