Dawn French announces 2022 UK tour called ‘Dawn French Is A Huge T**t’ and it sounds iconic

Dawn French has announced a headline UK tour.

Dawn French has announced a headline UK tour for 2022 –  and tickets are already on sale.

Entitled Dawn French Is A Huge T**t, the show will open on 15 September, with 19 dates planned across the UK.

Fans can now get their hands on Dawn French tour tickets from Ticketmaster.

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Written by the comedy icon herself, the tour will visit Oxford, Sheffield, Blackburn, Portsmouth, Plymouth and Bournemouth this autumn.

She says: “This show is so named because unfortunately, it’s horribly accurate.

“There have been far too many times I have made stupid mistakes or misunderstood something vital or jumped the gun in a spectacular display of t**ttery.

“I thought I might tell some of these buttock clenching embarrassing stories to give the audience a peek behind the scenes of my work life.”

French adds that fans will get “to see the telly vicar lady be a total t**t on stage, live in front of your very eyes. And ears”.

She’s best known for writing and starring on the comedy sketch show French and Saunders, alongside her comedy partner Jennifer Saunders.

This inspired the iconic show Absolutely Fabulous, which is based on the sketch, Modern Mother and Daughter from the series.

As well as this she played the lead role in The Vicar of Dibley and has appeared as a guest judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race UK.

You can find out how to get tickets, prices and the tour schedule below.

How to get tickets

Tickets for the tour are now available from Ticketmaster here and ATG Tickets here.

They’re priced from £47, plus booking fees. You can check out the full tour schedule below.

Dawn French 2022 UK tour dates

  • 15 September – Peterborough New Theatre
  • 16 September – Oxford New Theatre
  • 17 September – Leicester De Montfort Hall
  • 18 September – Stoke on Trent Victoria Hall
  • 22 September – Sheffield City Hall
  • 23 September – Blackburn King George’s Hall
  • 24 September – Bradford St Georges Hall
  • 25 September – Northampton Royal & Derngate
  • 29 September – Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
  • 30 September – Portsmouth Guildhall
  • 1 October – Cambridge Corn Exchange
  • 2 October – Southend Cliffs Pavilion
  • 6 October – Plymouth Pavilion
  • 7 October – Torquay Princess Theatre
  • 8 October – Basingstoke The Anvil
  • 9 October – Coventry Warwick Arts Centre
  • 13 October – Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre
  • 14 October – Eastbourne Congress Theatre
  • 15 October – Woking New Victoria Theatre
  • 16 October – Ipswich Regent Theatre