How to get Katherine Ryan tickets for her ‘Missus’ UK tour

Katherine Ryan recently announced details of her headline ‘Missus’ tour.

The comedian will stop off at venues across the UK in 2021 and 2022.

It will start on September 2 in Crawley next year and finish up in Belfast on May 25 in 2022, with three headline London Palladium shows also planned.

Other destinations on the tour include Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol, Brighton, Cardiff, Nottingham and Newcastle.

The tour announcement follows up the debut of her Netflix original series The Duchess, which starred and was written by Ryan.

Tickets for her upcoming tour are expected to be in high demand when they go on sale, and you can find out how to get them below.

How to get tickets

Tickets for the tour go on sale at 10am on Friday, October 16 via Ticketmaster here.

They’re priced from £25.50 plus booking fees with dates varied depending on venue.

Katherine Ryan 2021 UK tour dates

2021

  • September 2 – Crawley, The Hawth Theatre
  • September 9 – Guildford, G-Live
  • September 16 – Dorking, Dorking Halls
  • October 7 – Glasgow, Pavilion
  • October 8 – Aberdeen, Music Hall
  • October 9 – Perth, Concert Hall
  • October 13 – Leeds, O2 Academy
  • October 14 – Harrogate, Royal Hall
  • October 16 – Halifax, Victoria Theatre
  • October 21 – Manchester, Stockport Plaza
  • October 22 – Middlesbrough, Town Hall
  • October 23 – Watford, Colosseum
  • November 4 – Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre
  • November 5 – Exeter, Great Hall
  • November 6 – Plymouth, Pavilions
  • November 11 – Southampton, O2 Guildhall
  • November 12 – Lincoln, Engine Shed
  • November 13 – Liverpool, Empire Theatre
  • November 19 – Brighton, Dome
  • November 20 – Poole, The Lighthouse Theatre
  • November 21 – Bristol, Hippodrome
  • November 25 – Margate, Winter Gardens
  • November 26 – Birmingham, Symphony Hall
  • November 27 – Reading, Hexagon Theatre
  • December 2 – Warrington, Pyramid and Parr Hall
  • December 3 – Bradford, St George’s Hall
  • December 4 – Wrexham, William Aston Hall
  • December 9 – York, Barbican
  • December 10 – Sheffield, City Hall
  • December 11 – Manchester, O2 Apollo

2022

  • January 20 – Colchester, Charter Hall
  • January 21 – Cheltenham, Town Hall
  • January 22 – Bexhill-on-Sea, De La Warr Pavilion
  • January 27 – Ipswich, Regent Theatre
  • January 28 – Cambridge, Corn Exchange
  • January 29 – Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall
  • February 3 – Westcliff-on-Sea, Southend Cliffs Pavilion
  • February 4 – Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre
  • February 5 – Oxford, New Theatre
  • February 10 – Northampton, Royal & Derngate
  • February 11 – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
  • February 12 – Leicester, De Montfort Hall
  • February 24 – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
  • March 3 – Cardiff, St Davids Hall
  • March 5 – Portsmouth, Guildhall
  • March 11 – Basingstoke, The Anvil
  • March 31 – London, Palladium
  • April 1 – London, Palladium
  • April 2 – London, Palladium
  • May 25 – Belfast, Ulster Hall

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