The Guilty Feminist Live to tour UK in 2019, here's how to get tickets
- Becki Crossley
- 31 October 2018
Deborah Frances-White to host special touring show of phenomenon podcast throughout May
The Guilty Feminist, hosted by Deborah Frances-White, will take to the road for a special live touring version of the popular podcast in 2019. Presale tickets for the tour are on sale now. General sale tickets are available from 10am on Fri 2 Nov.
The podcast launched in 2016 and has achieved huge success with over 50 millions global downloads. In recent years The Guilty Feminist Live touring show has grown in success, selling out venues in both the UK and US. The 2019 UK tour will call at 22 venues across the UK throughout May.
For this special touring version of the show, Deborah will bring together a powerfully funny and diverse bill of comics, musicians and other guests. As per the podcast's formula Deborah and her panel will cover a range of topics central to twenty-first century feminism.
The tour kicks off on Wed 1 May at the Victoria Theatre in Halifax before shows in Birmingham, Newcastle, London, Cardiff, Sheffield and more. The final show of the tour will go ahead on Sat 1 Jun at the New Victoria Theatre in Woking.
The Guilty Feminist Live tour dates 2019:
Wed 1 May – Victoria Theatre, Halifax
Thu 2 May – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Fri 3 May – Hull City Hall
Sat 4 May – Newcastle City Hall
Sun 5 May – The Lowry, Salford
Thu 9 May – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
Fri 10 May – Charter Hall, Colchester
Sat 11 May – Richmond Theatre, London
Sun 12 May – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-On-Sea
Wed 15 May – St David's Hall, Cardiff
Thu 16 May – Cambridge Corn Exchange
Fri 17 May – Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
Sat 18 May – Bournemouth Pavilion
Sun 19 May – Oxford New Theatre
Wed 22 May – Mayflower Theatre, Southhampton
Thu 23 May – Sheffield City Hall
Fri 24 May – Warwick Arts Centre
Sat 25 May – Plymouth Pavilions
Sun 26 May – The Brighton Centre
Thu 30 May – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
Fri 31 May – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Sat 1 Jun – New Victoria Theatre, Woking