Featuring all new, never before Fished subjects, multi-award-winning podcast No Such Thing As A Fish is back by popular demand on a UK tour from 28th February 2019. With the podcast hitting an average of 1.5 million listeners per week, the show is an opportunity to see the country’s favourite fact-finders live as they share their best bonkers trivia.
In their brand new show, “In No Particular Order”, Dan, James, Anna and Andy will be taking their fact-filled tomfoolery to all corners of the British Isles, performing their most northerly, southerly, easterly and westerly UK & Ireland shows to date.
The shows will feature a performance of a live, un-edited and unscripted podcast, as well as a brand new first half in which the team will talk about the most extraordinary, bizarre and hilarious things they’ve come across in the months since the last tour. There will be facts, jokes and tall tales about octopus’ genitals, Charles Darwin’s bassoon, and potentially everything in-between.
Now in its fifth year, No Such Thing As A Fish is at the forefront of the British podcast scene. The team have performed live across the world – including selling out the Sydney Opera House in 2018 – as well as writing two books, making two series of the hit BBC Two show No Such Thing As The News and releasing a podcast exclusively on vinyl in a fruitless attempt to be on trend.
The No Such Thing as a Fish team said: “We can’t wait to get back on the tour bus to spread the nerdery further and wider across England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales than ever before. Performing live and meeting our fellow fact-fans is always the highlight of our year – though looking at the schedule, which includes shows in Aberdeen, Norwich, Dublin and the West Country, it looks like our tour managers have taken our title ‘In No Particular Order’ quite literally!”
For anyone with a thirst for knowledge, a taste for puns, and a need for some belly-laughs, this is an unmissable show.
Thursday 28th February Aberdeen: The Tivoli Theatre
Friday 1st March Glasgow: King’s Theatre
Sunday 3rd March Cambridge: Corn Exchange
Friday 8th March Uffculme: The Venue
Saturday 9th March Barnstaple: Queen’s Theatre
Sunday 10th March Redruth: Regal Theatre
Wednesday 13th March Cardiff: St David’s Hall
Friday 15th March London: Eventim Apollo
Saturday 16th March Newcastle: Tyne Theatre & Opera House
Sunday 17th March Salford Quays: The Lowry
Friday 22nd March Norwich: Theatre Royal
Saturday 23rd March Birmingham: Town Hall
Sunday 24th March Edinburgh: King’s Theatre
Thursday 28th March Sheffield: City Hall
Friday 29th March Dublin: Vicar Street
Tuesday 2nd April Brighton: Dome
Friday 5th April Oxford: New Theatre