He’s a big time Disney actor now, but you probably still know him best from Bad Education or Fresh Meat.

This summer, London comedian Jack Whitehall is heading out on a brand new tour of the UK. With shows booked in major venues across the country, the comic will be touring with Settle Down, which he’s calling his "most personal" show yet.

After an initial release last week, Whitehall has since added five new dates to the tour. He has stops planned in Milton Keynes, Hull, Swansea, Portsmouth and Bath with tickets on sale now.

Following the announcement of the tour he said: "It's about my struggle to settle down gracefully. I've got a long-term partner, a ridiculous dog and am now hurtling towards middle aged without a clue. It's about a foppish man-child's cack-handed attempt at adulting!"

As a constant presence on UK TV, Jack Whitehall’s "attempts at adulting" have been pretty well documented over the years. From his beginnings with comedy on Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo to his role as a teacher out of his depth in Bad Education, he quickly became a British star.

From 2017, he really started to make an impact with his Netflix stand-up shows, hosting the BRIT Awards, and the much-loved series Travels with My Father.

To date, Whitehall has performed five stand-up tours, making Settle Down his sixth. General sale for the upcoming tour is going live today and tickets are likely to go fast. Here’s what you need to know.

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Jack Whitehall UK tour 2023: what are the dates and venues?

Whitehall’s last tour, Stood Up, was a complete sell-out and the UK's largest comedy tour in 2019, so it’s likely that this series of shows will be the same. The comedian will be stopping in London’s O2, Manchester’s AO Arena, Cardiff’s International Arena and much more throughout June and July.

Now, he will also be making extra stops in Portsmouth, Swansea and more. As many of the dates still have tickets available, here’s the full list of dates and venues:

How much do Jack Whitehall tickets cost?

Prices for the new Jack Whitehall dates range between £30 and £50 depending on seats and venue. For the original dates, you can still grab plenty of £40-£50 tickets – but they can go up to £166 for places such as the O2.

Jack Whitehall UK tour 2023: when do the new dates go on sale?

General sale for the five new dates are on sale now, having gone live at 10am this morning (Friday 21st April). To help guarantee yourself a spot, read our tips on how to beat the Ticketmaster queue.

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