Chris McCausland:Yonks! UK Tour 2024

Following his recent, totally sold out tour including over 140 dates, Chris will be back on the road for January 2024 with his brand new show Yonks!  He’s been called an ‘overnight success’, even though he’s been doing this for bloody yonks.

Chris has been performing stand-up now for two decades and is a regular face on British television.

He is an established favourite on such flagship comedy shows as Have I Got News for You, Would I Lie to You?, QI, The last Leg, and 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown.

He has appeared on Live at the Apollo three times, taking on the hosting duties in 2021, a year that also saw him make his highly acclaimed debut appearance on The Royal Variety Performance at The Royal Albert hall.

Chris has also appeared on entertainment favourites such as Blankety Blank and The Jonathan Ross Show, along with celebrity editions of The Chase, Pointless, and Mastermind – where he won with his chosen specialist subject of Pearl jam.

In 2023 Chris has his own travel series on Channel 4, Wonders of the World I Can’t See, and was also part of Channel 4’s hit new entertainment series, Scared of the Dark

His last tour was a mammoth 140+ date sell-out, with his final show at the legendary Shepherd’s Bush Empire also being filmed for broadcast on Channel 4. 

This new tour “Yonks!” promises to be even bigger!

Tour Schedule:


9 January Banbury, The Mill Arts Centre

10 January Banbury, The Mills Arts Centre

11 January Chesham, Elgiva Theatre

13 January Twickenham, The Exchange

17 January Norden Farm Arts Centre

18 January Norden, Farm Arts Centre

19 January Watford, Palace Theatre

20 January Lichfield, Garrick Theatre

23 January Andover, The Lights

24 January Andover, The Lights

26 January Worcester, Huntingdon Hall

27 January Worcester, Huntingdon hall

28 January Bracknell, South Hill Park Arts 


2 February Herne Bay, Kings Hall

3 February Halifax, Victoria Theatre

4 February Cambridge Arts Theatre

5 February Milton Keynes, Theatre

7 February Guernsey, St James Hall

10 February Wimborne, Tivoli Theatre

16 February Yeovil, Westlands

17 February Basingstoke, The Anvil

21 February Bury St Edmunds, The Apex

23 February Maidstone, Hazlitt Theatre

29 February Newbury, Corn Exchange


2 March Stratford Upon Avon, Stratford Playhouse

7 March Exeter, Corn Exchange

8 March Torquay, Babbacombe Theatre

12 March Radlett Theatre

13 March Eastleigh, The Point

14 March Eastleigh, The Point

16 March Worthing, Assembly Hall

20 March Chelmsford Theatre

22 March Horsham, The Capitol

28 March Hereford, Courtyard


3 April Bath, Forum

4 April Finchley, Artsdepot

6 April Lancaster Grand Theatre

26 April Stoke, Victoria Hall

28 April Bromley, Churchill Theatre


2 May Lytham St Annes, Lowther Pavilion

3 May Walsall, Arena

4 May Lincoln, New Theatre Royal

10 May Wellingborough, Castle Theatre

17 May Durham, Gala 

18 May Durham, Gala

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