Jonathan Pie, the frustrated News Reporter whose videos have been seen across the world, is on tour again, this time with a new show: Back To The Studio – which includes a second night of at London’s Hammersmith Eventim Apollo on 10th March 2018.
Jonathan Pie is the creation of Tom Walker and has been described by Rory Bremner as ‘the most important satirical creation since Partridge’. With over 1 million Facebook followers, his weekly videos regularly achieve millions of views. His response to the election of Donald Trump was viewed more than 120 million times world wide.
His debut live show last year began at the 70 seater Leicester Square Theatre studio space and was such a hit that it went on to a sell out run at Edinburgh, followed by a huge national tour including two sell out shows at the Shepherds Bush Empire and ending with another sold out show at the London Palladium.
The show was described as ‘a true tour de force’ (Evening Standard), ‘blisteringly brilliant’ (The Scotsman) and ‘desperately misjudged’ (The Times).
In his new show, Jonathan Pie is angrier than ever, as he attempts to host a night of serious discussion on current affairs whilst simultaneously attempting to smash the system from within. Join him for a night of political comedy that soon descends into chaos: political satire at its finest.
‘A devastating critique of the state of the nation delivered via an electrifying performance – grab yourself a slice of Pie’
|Tuesday 20th February 2018||NOTTINGHAM, Royal Concert Hall|
|Wednesday 21st February 2018||OXFORD, New Theatre|
|Thursday 22nd February 2018||SHEFFIELD, City Hall|
|Friday 23rd February 2018||LEEDS, Town Hall|
|Saturday 24th February 2018||LEICESTER, De Montfort Hall|
|Sunday 25th February 2018||LIVERPOOL, Philharmonic Hall|
|Wednesday 28th February 2018||YORK, Barbican|
|Thursday 1st March 2018||STOKE, Victoria Hall|
|Friday 2nd March 2018||GUILDFORD, G Live|
|Saturday 3rd March 2018||BRIGHTON, The Dome|
|Tuesday 6th March 2018||CRAWLEY, The Hawth|
|Wednesday 7th March 2018||COVENTRY, Warwick Arts Centre|
|Thursday 8th March 2018||BIRMINGHAM, Alexandra Theatre|
|Friday 9th March 2018||LONDON, Hammersmith Eventim Apollo|
|Saturday 10th March 2018||LONDON, Hammersmith Eventim Apollo|
|Tuesday 13th March 2018||CHELTENHAM, Town Hall|
|Wednesday 14th March 2018||ST ALBANS, Alban Arena|
|Thursday 15th March 2018||STEVENAGE, Gordon Craig Theatre|
|Friday 16th March 2018||SOUTHAMPTON, Guildhall|
|Saturday 17th March 2018||CAMBRIDGE, Corn Exchange|
|Wednesday 21st March 2018||NEWCASTLE, City Hall|
|Thursday 22nd March 2018||GLASGOW, Pavilion|
|Friday 23rd March 2018||CARLISLE, The Sands Centre|
|Saturday 24th March 2018||HULL, City Hall|
|Sunday 25th March 2018||SALFORD, Lowry|
|Tuesday 27th March 2018||BASINGSTOKE, Anvil|
|Wednesday 28th March 2018||NORTHAMPTON, Derngate|
|Thursday 29th March 2018||READING, Hexagon|
|Friday 30th March 2018||BRISTOL, Colston Hall|
|Saturday 31st March 2018||CARDIFF, St David’s Hall|
|Wednesday 4th April 2018||LEEDS, City Varieties|
|Thursday 5th April 2018||SALFORD, The Lowry|
|Friday 6th April 2018||BATH, The Forum|
|Saturday 7th April 2018||TRURO, Hall for Cornwall|