Matt Lucas and David Walliams extend their mammoth sold out jaunt…

Demand has forced that stars of 'LITTLE BRITAIN' to extend their UK tour.

The original dates, which kick off at Portsmouth Guildhall on October 24, have already sold out so the hit comedy show will now play a further 19 shows starting in February 2006.

Starring Matt Lucas and David Walliams, the second series of ’Little Britain’ is currently showing on BBC3.

The new dates are:

Sheffield City Hall (February 2)

Edinburgh Playhouse (6)

Newcastle City Hall (8)

Nottingham Royal Centre (14-15)

Bournemouth BIC (17)

Plymouth Pavilions (21-22)

Cardiff CIA (23)

Liverpool Empire (March 2)

Portsmouth Guildhall (6-7)

Brighton Centre (11)

Manchester Carling Apollo (17)

Blackpool Opera House (21)

Birmingham NIA Academy (25)

Bristol Hippodrome (30-31, April 1)

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