Dawn French announces extra dates on her ‘Dawn French Is A Huge T**t’ tour

Dawn French has announced a headline UK tour.

Dawn French has announced a headline UK tour for 2023 – and this is how to get tickets.

Entitled Dawn French Is A Huge T**t, the show has been written by the comedy icon herself and will visit new towns and cities next year.

Fans can now get their hands on tickets for the 2023 tour via Ticketmaster.

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The new tour will see her return to the stage from September to November 2023, playing over 20 venues across the country.

This includes four headline shows at the iconic London Palladium between 21-24 September.

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Announcing the new dates, French said: “Attention all t**ts! We grossly underestimated just how many glorious t**ts are out there, wanting this show, so here I come, the second leg of the tour.

“I couldn’t be more chuffed if I were a chough. So now, stop nagging me on social media about the fact we missed your town and get booking. I’m bringing my t**t to a theatre near you, it’s futile to resist.”

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 sketch 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 full tour schedule below.

How to get Dawn French tickets

They’re now available from Ticketmaster.

Tickets are priced between £47-54, plus booking fees.

You can check out the full tour schedule below.

Dawn French UK tour dates

  • 7-10 September – Northcott Theatre, Exeter
  • 14 September – Venue Cymru, Llandudno
  • 16 September – York Barbican
  • 21-24 September – London Palladium
  • 28 September – New Theatre, Oxford
  • 29-30 September – New Theatre, Cardiff
  • 5-6 October – Birmingham Hippodrome
  • 8 October – City Hall, Sheffield
  • 14 October – Tunbridge Wells Assembly
  • 26 October – Aberdeen Music Hall
  • 27 October – EICC, Edinburgh
  • 29 October – Glasgow Pavilion
  • 2 November – Bournemouth Pavilion
  • 3-4 November – Reading Hexagon
  • 8-9 November – Hall for Cornwall, Truro
  • 16 November – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
  • 17 November – Victoria Hall, Stoke
  • 18 November – Buxton Opera House
  • 19 November – High Wycombe Swan
  • 23 November – Guildford, G Live
  • 24 November – Brighton Dome
  • 25 November – The Anvil, Basingstoke
  • 26 November – Theatre Royal, Bath