Alan Carr confirms 2020 UK tour – how to get tickets and venues

Tickets for Alan Carr's stand up tour have been released

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Alan Carr Chatty Man

Everyone’s favourite chatty man, Alan Carr, is back again for his 2020 comedy tour around the UK.

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The popular comedian is returning to his stand-up roots with his new show, Not Again, Alan! Which will be hitting venues up and down the UK from this September.

This tour will be the comedian’s fourth overall, while it has been more than four years since his last show, Yap, Yap, Yap! In 2015.

How to get tickets for Alan Carr’s 2020 tour

Tickets for Not Again, Alan! are on sale now and available to buy here. Some venues have limited availability already and tickets are likely to sell fast.

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Which UK venues will Alan Carr tour in 2020?

  • 5 September – Dunfermline, Alhambra Theatre – get tickets
  • 8 September – Inverness, Eden Court – get tickets
  • 9 September – Inverness, Eden Court – get tickets
  • 10 September – Aberdeen, Music Hall – get tickets
  • 11 September – Aberdeen, Music Hall – get tickets
  • 12 September – Perth, Concert Hall – get tickets
  • 16 September –  Sheffield, City Hall – get tickets
  • 18 September – Bournemouth, Pavilion – get tickets
  • 19 September – Bournemouth, Pavilion – get tickets
  • 23 September – Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes Theatre – get tickets
  • 24 September – Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes Theatre – get tickets
  • 25 September – Glasgow, King’s Theatre – get tickets
  • 26 September – Glasgow, King’s Theatre – get tickets
  • 27 September – Edinburgh, Playhouse – get tickets
  • 01 October – Cardiff, St David’s Hall – get tickets
  • 02 October – Cardiff, St David’s Hall – get tickets
  • 03 October – Wolverhampton, Grand Theatre – get tickets
  • 08 October – Portsmouth, Kings Theatre – get tickets
  • 09 October – Portsmouth, Kings Theatre – get tickets
  • 10 October – Buxton, Opera House – get tickets
  • 11 October – Buxton, Opera House – get tickets
  • 13 October – Leicester, De Monfort Hall – get tickets
  • 14 October – Reading, The Hexagon – get tickets
  • 15 October – Basingstoke, The Anvil – get tickets
  • 16 October – Basingstoke, The Anvil – get tickets
  • 17 October – Plymouth, Pavilions – get tickets
  • 23 October – Sunderland, Empire – get tickets
  • 24 October – Sunderland, Empire – get tickets
  • 25 October – Halifax, The Victoria Theatre – get tickets
  • 29 October – Norwich, Theatre Royal – get tickets
  • 30 October – Manchester, Opera House – get tickets
  • 31 October – Manchester, Opera House – get tickets
  • 04 November – Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre – get tickets
  • 05 November – Birmingham, Hippodrome – get tickets
  • 06 November – Birmingham, Hippodrome – get tickets
  • 07 November – High Wycombe, Wycombe Swan – get tickets
  • 08 November – Southampton, Mayflower Theatre – get tickets
  • 09 November – Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre – get tickets
  • 12 November – Southend-on-Sea, The Cliffs Pavilion – get tickets
  • 13 November – Southend-on-Sea, The Cliffs Pavilion – get tickets
  • 14 November – Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre – get tickets
  • 15 November – Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre – get tickets
  • 17 November – Northampton, Royal & Derngate – get tickets
  • 18 November – Northampton, Royal & Derngate – get tickets
  • 19 November – Leicester, De Monfort Hall – get tickets
  • 20 November – Blackpool, Grand Theatre – get tickets
  • 21 November – Blackpool, Grand Theatre – get tickets
  • 22 November – Oxford, New Theatre – get tickets
  • 25 November – Reading, The Hexagon – get tickets
  • 26 November – High Wycombe, Wycombe Swan – get tickets
  • 28 November – Cambridge, Corn Exchange – get tickets
  • 29 November – Cambridge, Corn Exchange – get tickets
  • 04 December – Swansea, Grand Theatre – get tickets
  • 05 December – Swansea, Grand Theatre – get tickets
  • 10 December – Douglas, Ilse of Man, Villa Marina – get tickets
  • 18 December – York, Barbican – get tickets
  • 19 December – York, Barbican – get tickets
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What will Alan Carr’s 2020 show be about?

Not again, Alan! Will reportedly feature funny material about the things that make Alan Carr’s life “weird and wonderful.” For instance, a wedding day, farming and being stuck at border control. Get your tickets.