All the dates and venues for comedian Jason Byrne's new tour

Following the closure of all UK theatres due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Jason Byrne has announced that his 2020 UK tour has been rescheduled for autumn next year.

Jason said: “I’m absolutely gutted that I’ve had to reschedule my brand new Audience Precipitation UK tour until next year.

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“I was really looking forward to getting back on the road and see you all, but I’ll be back next year with all the fun. See you on the other side.”

Audience Precipitation is a brand-new fun, happy and joyful show from ‘the outright king of live comedy’ (The Times).

The rescheduled dates now kick off in Norwich on September 14 2021 and culminate in Dunfermline on November 26 2021.

Jason has learnt over the past few years that we all need to ‘play’ a bit more in our lives.With this in mind, Jason promises do what he does best: connect with his audience in a way few other comics can.

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Expect the Irish funnyman to invite - or drag as has been known to happen - people up on to the stage and make a “holy show of them”, as they’d say in Ireland.

A strong presence on both stage and screen, Jason’s TV credits include Live at the Apollo (BBC1), The Royal Variety Performance (ITV1), The John Bishop Show (BBC1), Father Figure (BBC1), Ireland’s Got Talent (Virgin) and Wild Things (Sky One).

The 48-year-old from Ballinteer, Dublin, has also launched a new series for the Dave channel.

Don’t Say It, Bring It is an on-location game show filmed around the UK, loosely based on a scavenger hunt, and described by Jason as “the best indoor, outdoor gameshow I’ve ever worked on”.

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In addition, he has landed a role as a judge on Ireland’s Got Talent.Jason’s radio credits include Just A Minute (BBC Radio 4) and And The Winner Is…(BBC Radio 2). He has also hosted three series of The Jason Byrne Show (BBC Radio 2), for which he won the Sony Radio Gold Award for Best Comedy in 2011.

New tour dates:Norwich Playhouse, September 14 and September 15 2021Stables Theatre, Milton Keynes, September 16Hazlitt Theatre, Maidstone, September 23 2021Colchester Arts Centre, September 24 2021Palace Theatre, Southend, September 25 2021Sheffield Memorial Hall, September 30 2021William Aston Hall, Wrexham, October 1 2021Birmingham Town Hall, October 2 2021Harrogate Theatre, October 8 2021Lincoln Drill Hall, October 9 2021Salford: The Lowry, October 10 2021Gulbenkian, Canterbury, October 14 2021Junction, Cambridge, October 15 2021Cube, Corby, October 16 2021Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield, October 212021Old Market Theatre, Brighton, October 23 2021Camberley Theatre, October 24 2021Leeds City Varieties, November 4 2021Gala, Durham, November 5 2021Arc, Stockton, November 6 2021The Stand, Newcastle, November 7 2021Ulster Hall, Belfast, November 13 2021Leicester Square Theatre, November 18, November 19, November 20 2021Alhambra, Dunfermline, November 26 2021

Tickets are available from the individual venues or

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