Katherine Ryan tour: Comedian adds three extra London Palladium shows to Missus Tour
Katherine Ryan has added extra dates to her 2022 UK and Ireland tour.
The comedian will headline three more nights at the London Palladium on her Missus Tour.
These newly added shows will take place on 5-7 May, following huge demand for tickets.
Fans can get their hands on tickets for the extra dates from 21 January via Ticketmaster and LW Theatres.
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The announcement comes after her originally announced dates at the Palladium, on 31 March and 1-2 April sold out.
She recently kicked off the tour, which is visiting cities across the UK and Ireland, including Birmingham, Glasgow, Cardiff and Manchester.
The tour description reads: “Having previously denounced partnership, Katherine has since married her first love, accidentally.
“A lot has changed for everyone and we can look forward to hearing Katherine Ryan’s hilarious new perspectives on life, love, and what it means to be Missus.”
She’s also the creator and star of Netflix hit The Duchess and has headlined two Netflix comedy specials entitled, In Trouble and Glitter Room.
You can find out the full tour schedule and tickets details below.
We’ve also put together a PinkNews guide featuring the best comedy tours taking place in 2022, including Joe Lycett, Alan Carr and Jonathan Van Ness.
How to get Katherine Ryan tickets
Tickets for the newly announced London Palladium shows will go on sale at 10am on 21 January. They’ll be available from Ticketmaster and LW Theatres.
If you’re after tickets for other tour dates then these are available from Ticketmaster here.
You can check out the full 2022 tour schedule below.
Katherine Ryan tour dates
- 20 January – Colchester, Charter Hall
- 21 January – Cheltenham Town Hall
- 22 January – Bexhill On Sea, De La Warr Pavilion
- 27 January – Ipswich, Regent Theatre
- 28 January – Cambridge, Corn Exchange
- 29 January – Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall
- 3 February – Southend, Cliffs Pavilion
- 4 February – Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre
- 5 February – Oxford, New Theatre
- 10 February – Northampton, Royal and Derngate
- 11 February – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
- 12 February – Leicester, De Montfort Hall
- 24 February – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
- 25 February – Doncaster, Dome
- 26 February – Manchester, O2 Apollo
- 27 February – Blackpool, Grand Theatre
- 2 March – Guildford, G Live
- 3 March – Cardiff, St Davids Hall
- 4 March – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
- 5 March – Portsmouth, Guildhall
- 10 March – Worthing, Assembly Hall
- 11 March – Basingstoke, Anvil
- 17 March – Milton Keynes, Theatre
- 18 March – Llandudno, Venue Cymru
- 23 March – Bromley, Churchill Theatre
- 24 March – Hastings, White Rock Theatre
- 25 March – Dunfermline, Alhambra Theatre
- 26 March – Glasgow, SEC Armadillo
- 31 March – London, Palladium
- 1 April – London, Palladium
- 2 April – London, Palladium
- 7 April – Bournemouth, BIC
- 8 April – Portsmouth, Guildhall
- 9 April – Brighton, Centre
- 5 May – London, Palladium
- 6 May – London, Palladium
- 7 May – London, Palladium
- 12 May – Norwich, Theatre Royal
- 13 May – Swansea, Arena
- 14 May – Torquay, Princess Theatre
- 20 May – Peterborough, New Theatre
- 21 May – Grimsby, Auditorium
- 25 May – Belfast, Ulster Hall
- 26 May – Dublin, 3Olympia Theatre
- 27 May – Cork, Opera House
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