New dates added to ‘The League Of Gentlemen’ 2018 UK tour

A local tour for local people

‘The League Of Gentlemen’ have added more dates to their massive 2018 UK tour. Full dates and ticket details are below.

The cult horror comedy returned to screens this week, and now it will also be hitting the road once again. More dates have been added to the initial run due to demand. They are as follows:

28 August Glasgow SEC Armadillo
1 September Manchester Arena

6 September Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
11 September Brighton Centre
13 September Birmingham Arena
20 September Sheffield City Hall
23 September London O2 Arena


“The League of Gentlemen started as a live show over 20 years ago and in many ways performing in front of an audience gives us the biggest thrill of all,” they said in a statement. “We’re overjoyed to be taking the citizens of Royston Vasey on a road-trip and can’t wait to see all the wonderful local places in our increasingly local country.”

They added: “Plus we’d already gone to the trouble of getting the costumes and learning the voices again for the TV show so we thought why not? Something to do isn’t it?”

The League Of Gentlemen tour and tickets

Full tour dates are below. Tickets are available here.

25 August Sunderland, Empire
28, 29 August Glasgow, SEC Armadillo
30 August Edinburgh, Playhouse
1 September Manchester Arena

2 September Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
5 September Oxford, New Theatre
6, 7 September Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
8 September Plymouth, Pavilions
11, 12 September Brighton, Centre
13, 14 September Birmingham, Arena
15 September Leeds, First Direct Arena
16 September Liverpool, Echo Arena
18 September Blackpool, Opera House
20, 21 September Sheffield, City Hall
22 September Manchester, Apollo
25 September Bournemouth, BIC
23 September London, O2 Arena
27, 28, 29 September London, Eventim Apollo

The League of Gentlemen


After the League of Gentleman’s anniversary return was announced earlier this year, the BBC has now finally confirmed that it will air over the festive period – and teased a plot that sees the village of Royston Vasey facing “administrative annilhation”.

“Royston Vasey is facing a threat more dire than anything it has faced before: dark rumours of boundary changes that could erase the town from the map forever”, an official description cryptically states.

“The fight to save Royston Vasey from administrative annihilation will come from unexpected and surprising directions, all of them local…”

The episodes will air on BBC Two on December 18,19 and 20.